For the last few years (ok, more like six), I’ve been trying to read and finish the book Simplicity Parenting by Kim John Payne and Lisa M. Ross. It’s about simplifying you and your child’s life for the better. Every time I’ve tried to read it something happens where I stop and am not able to pick it up again, so I’m excited to say that I was finally able to finish it.
Spoiler alert! I’m sharing the best lessons in simple parenting that I learned from this book. That means that if you don’t want to read anything that might be in the book, don’t read on until you have read it yourself. Though I do not include all of the information from the book so if you’re on the fence, read on.
I’ve been thinking a lot about our trip to Iceland, and what I’ll pack. Here are a few items I’ve had on my mind for our trip in a few short weeks. Do you have any other suggestions for me? If so, I’d love to hear them.
Over the last few years I’ve had my shot at growing a Summer Garden. I never thought I had a green thumb, and always swore I’d kill any plant that came my way. In 2008 we moved into our first house and there was a small garden plot. I asked my Grandma, who has a pretty green thumb, what to plant and she told me to start with Tomatoes. I did, and year after year they’ve done good or bad depending on the weather. Since then I’ve planted many different Summer gardens with various types of fruit and vegetables and today I’m sharing some of my favorite easy to grow garden plants with you.
In between a few of our trips this Summer, I’m looking forward to exploring where I live more. I’ve created this post as a sort of San Francisco Bay Area Summer Bucketlist for us to come back to as a reference for what we’d like to accomplish. Our trip to Sea Ranch was a good start, but I’d also love to explore…