So here’s the thing about October Unprocessed. I do my best to make organizing it look really easy – but in reality, it requires a crazy amount of behind-the-scenes work to pull all the parts together and keep everything moving forward. Most of that time is spent coordinating and publishing all the guest posts, but there are myriad other little details, of course, and they really add up.
Ironically, I spend more hours sitting in front of my computer in October than during any other time of the year.
Well, we did it!! What a month it’s been. At last count, 15,543 people signed the October Unprocessed pledge, more than 2,000 people joined our vibrant Facebook Group, and we shared 44 guest posts throughout the month.Continue Reading →
Now, I don’t think one Lunchable is going to put anyone’s health over the edge, but please tell me we can all agree this is not what we should be feeding our children on a weekly basis. So let me leave you with some similar, much better alternatives that you can make at home!Continue Reading →
We are grain-free, gluten-free, preservative-free, food-coloring-free, and about 75% local and organic. It may have taken us ten years to get here, but we feel amazing, and we are eating really scrumptious foods. One of our favorites is these salted caramel macaroons.Continue Reading →
That pharmaceutical companies have taken an interest and profit from the food we eat should cause each of us to seriously question what is on our plates. Don’t let others make the decision for you – you have a right to know what’s in your food. If you live in Washington state, vote Yes on 522.Continue Reading →
Before you can change your habits, it helps tremendously to understand how habits work. Charles Duhigg, in his terrific book, The Power of Habit, describes it as a cycle with three distinct steps: the Cue, the Routine, and the Reward.Continue Reading →