April: A Deep Breath and a Pause

It's April. The strawberries we planted last fall have been uncovered and are green, I see hints of our herb garden coming back to life, and the sun shines on warmer days. Adam and I exhale. It's been a long winter. When we first conceived our idea of Fasting for a Year, we didn't actually …

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March: A re-cap and new goals

So if you've followed us this far, you're probably annoyed at the lack of February post and wondering if this Fast For A Year is actually anything worth thinking about. Let me (Jenn) update you: We're having a baby! And that means I have an incredibly new and different perspective on so many things. Like …

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January: The Goals

Winter is exhausting. The holiday season is exhausting. As much as we are working to try and change how we do holidays and the winter season, which historically are a time of rest and re-energizing for the next growing season, we came short of our hopes this last year. So next holiday season, we'll work …

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The Beginning

Where did our journey to a sustainable and a regenerative lifestyle begin? Did it start when we moved into our house? Did it start when we started our journey together? Did it start a long time before or somewhere in between? The answer to our question is yes, three times over. This journey take time …

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Freezing Peaches

August brings with it the hot weather, search for rain, and peaches. Wonderful, glorious peaches. I've always maintained strawberries and blueberries to be my favorite fruits, probably because I was told as a child that I had to keep eating strawberries for my hair color to stay red. Also, I just really enjoy popping these …

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