In the spirit of drinking wine more intentionally (while still gravitating toward the beauty of a bottle from time to time – #noshame), here’s the next in my Cheers to the Weekend series: La Bargemone, and it’s just in time for National Wine Day! Admittedly, I bought this rosé for its bottle, specifically for a photo shoot featuring
I’ve been in a “bit” of a cloud, a storm cloud one might even say. I’ve been in the midst of a BIG, daunting, intimidating and very exciting, dream project. As I try to enjoy the process more, keep one foot in the season and to simply be more present in the moment, I offer you these spring blooms in case you’re feeling a little stuck on the uphill too.
I’ve been playing with more apothecary recipes and slowly building my arsenal of ingredients. What we put on our bodies and in our homes is just as important as what we eat, so I see these recipes as a natural extension of my cooking and baking.
I know I said this series was all about drinking wine more intentionally, exploring bottles, taking note and drinking less Bota, but then, this happened: Bota Box Dry Rosé, and you know what? This box is a damn delight, and there’s no shame in that! What they say: Dry = not sweet. And that’s what you get with this
When I made a major shift in my diet toward clean eating, my skin took on a new glow, and I felt more energized, but one aspect that never changed, much to my chagrin, was my oily hair. Even though I switched to all organic, all natural products, I still needed to wash my hair almost daily. It turns out, my excessive washing, even with all natural products, was probably doing more harm than good. Have you heard of the “no ‘poo” (ie: no shampoo) movement in natural haircare?