Wuthering Heights

“I wish I were a girl again, half-savage and hardy, and free.”― Emily Brontë, Wuthering Heights Life can be long, messy, emotionally and physically exhausting, especially during a pandemic and great social injustice. Remember to take even just five minutes to yourself each day. Do something that brings you a bit of joy. For me, this comes … Continue reading Wuthering Heights

Crocheting to Sustainability

As humans, we have developed thousands of single use products that have been marketed and implemented into our daily lives. As a result, our landfills are over capacity and single use items are washing into our waterways and harming wildlife. In my own journey of reducing my single use waste, I noticed a "hot spot" … Continue reading Crocheting to Sustainability

DIY Vision Board: Eco Style

Last night I made my first vision board! My creation doesn't look like the average examples on Pinterest (oops), so we're gonna call it the Discover with Deanna version. When making my own vision board I had three priorities: Don't be wastefulOnly make it for monthly goalsUse your bullet journal Don't be wasteful I am … Continue reading DIY Vision Board: Eco Style

My First Ada Boni Fail

Last week, I began my Ada Boni challenge. I chose to start with the Eritrea Tart because it seemed like a simple cake. I was very wrong to make this assumption. This first recipe opened me up to the challenges of baking from cookbooks published in the 1950s. My Eritrea Tart tastes and looks okay, … Continue reading My First Ada Boni Fail