You’re welcome for this pretty much fail-proof, super quick soup base. Simultaneously satisfy your cold-weather craving for soup AND use up all the leftovers in the fridge (to both make room for Thanksgiving and then manage the aftermath)! Seriously, in two years I’m yet to meet a leftover that didn’t taste yummy in this broth. … Continue reading Magic Soup Base!
Brityn here! We talk lots around Waters+Bennett about prioritizing our time, minimalism, and saying “no.” Here’s a little story about practicing what I preach since I’ve been away from W+B. I was asked in May to illustrate a children’s book telling the story of the first three generations of one of my mother’s ancestral lines … Continue reading Prioritizing and Practicing What I Preach…Or Why I Took a Four-Month Hiatus From Blogging
Your child is not too young to learn gratitude! Do you, like me, ever hear disapproving talk of millennials and hope helplessly that your kids will turn out to be the gracious ones instead of the entitled ones? I've done a little experimentin', feeling hopeful, and am here to share in case you too are … Continue reading How to Teach Children Gratitude
One year ago I wouldn’t have considered going on a kid-free vacation; mostly because all our family is far away and I felt too guilty asking for childcare from any of them when I already see them so infrequently. And my list of reasons went on for a mile. Then one day, while talking with … Continue reading How to Take a Kid-Free Vacation