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Tips for Camping or Hiking with your Dog

Now that the weather is warming up we are itching to get outside and have an outdoor adventure. We, of course, want to bring our dogs along with us, from hunting to traveling, and everything in between. We do our best to keep them healthy (the all natural way, of course, you can see our tips on that HERE). Here are all our tips for camping or hiking with your dog, so […]

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Why You Should Consider Getting a Goat

We, along with the rest of the internet, have completely and totally fallen in love with goats. Fainting goats, billy goats, baby goats, goats with beards, goats climbing trees, goats wearing pajamas, you name it it has popped up all over our Instagram feed. We sit on the edge of our seats awaiting the next Goats of Anarchy post. But goats are a lot more than just adorable faces. In case you need […]

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8 Places You Have To Fish Before You Die

The warmer weather is on its way and it has us with a hankering for adventure. On the top of our list of activities to do is fishing. We did some research and even asked all of you for your favorites and the following is the 8 Places You Have To Fish Before You Die. 8 Places You Have To Fish Before You Die:   Gallatin River in Montana A fly […]

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5 Things To Do to Get Your Yard Ready For Spring

Can you tell that we are really, really excited for spring yet? We’ve discussed our obsession with tackling our window boxes, which is a great place to start, but now it’s time to move on to the big stuff — YOUR YARD. Like most things in life, it is best to do a little planning and prep work before jumping in (and having a meltdown at your local nursery). The […]

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March Printable Desk Calendar

It’s that special time of the month again, and this month it’s extra special because… winter is about to be over. Things are blooming and chirping already and we’re itching to get outside in our gardens.  We want to keep sharing valuable and inspiring content with you in mind and give you a little something extra to take away; to create a space that inspires and also develops a community […]

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What You Should Plant in Your Window Boxes This Spring

Spring will be here before we know it. Thank goodness. We’ve already noticed buttercups and daffodils popping up in some neighborhoods. It has us in the gardening spirit and we are very ready for a little curb appeal to inspire us for spring. First things first we cannot wait to tackle our window boxes. We experimented for a few years and have been doing some research and these are the […]

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DIY Natural Dry Shampoo

The art of turning typical kitchen items into healthy body products is something we do regularly, especially given how many chemicals are now in the store-bought stuff, not to mention how expensive they are! We love the idea of getting resourceful and knowing exactly what is in our products, and keeping it as natural as possible. G, herself, is constantly on the road traveling so one of the top beauty products she […]

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Great Women in History: Madam C.J. Walker

It’s the second edition of our latest series, “Great Women of History.” This month, we introduce you to Madam C.J. Walker, a true pioneer on many levels. Great Women in History: Madam C.J. Walker PHOTO: Pinterest Madam C.J. Walker was born Sarah Breedlove on December 23, 1867, near Delta, Louisiana. After suffering from a scalp ailment that resulted in her own hair loss, a #selfsufficient pioneer, she went about inventing a line of […]

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How to Make Charcoal Soap

When you think of charcoal you probably think of grilling, right? Well, if you are into beauty, health and wellness at all you’ve probably noticed this odd ingredient popping up everywhere, from charcoal soap to activated charcoal protein bars. What exactly is this all about? Charcoal is an organic residue that is derived from various sources like wood, coal, coconut shells, or even bamboo (okay, still seems weird to be putting it on your […]

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At Home Remedy: DIY Vapor Rub

If you have been lucky enough to avoid the flu this season, you are a unicorn. This flu season is an epic one, some doctors are saying it may continue well into March. We are always looking for ways to boost our immune system and cure our bodies in the most natural and resourceful way possible. We took a look at the back of our common vapor rub ingredients, and […]

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