Best of 2011 – Garden Vlogs

I met Jendi of Simple Vlogging Tips online this spring and she is the one who inspired me to begin video blogging. (She also made the awesome promo video for my book!) Though I hate being in front of a camera, I realized what a great way this would be to share glimpses of my life with my readers, so I bravely faced the camera and started vlogging. The response was awesome! You guys loved my little garden tours, and I LOVED the interaction we had in the comments and how it helped all of us to get to know each other a bit better.

These were the Garden Vlogs I did this year…
In which we meet a worm and tour my garden
August Garden Tour and Preparing for Fall Planting
How to Plant Garlic and Final Garden Vlog of the Year

I hope to do more vlogging in the coming year…what would you like to see me vlog about? I’ve got a few ideas…but I want to hear yours!



Extreme Thrifting: Birthday Edition

Some of us have the thrifting bug worse then others. I definitely have an advanced case. Which is why, when Lydia's first birthday approached, I left her napping with her daddy and hauled the rest of my crew to the local thrift store to birthday … Read More...


From Guilt to Strength {Tummy Team, Week 2 Recap}

Here's a report on how I'm doing, two weeks into the 8 week online core rehab course from The Tummy Team. You can read why and how I started in this post. I'm super pumped this week because I've had some ups and downs but things are a changin' for … Read More...


Lydia’s Birth Story

She turned one this week. One whole year of the incredible joy her tiny self has brought into our home. 2:30am is her favorite time of day. My other babies were sleeping through the night more often than not at this age. My only explanation for … Read More...

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    I'm sorry it took me so long to comment – Thanks so much for the link love!

    I did plant the garlic bulbs after I watched your vlog. And even though it was a bit late I really hope they grow! Thank you for them.