Eating Well Coupons are a great help for those of us who try to eat organic and natural foods but don’t want to break the bank.
Unlike many other online coupons, you don’t have to download any software to print them.
The selection isn’t extensive, but most coupons are $1 or more, which to me is worthwhile enough. The products change every few weeks. You can elect to have them email you to keep you updated. A few of the items are obscure but many (Lundberg rice, Organic Valley milk) are mainstream yet not often on sale.
The Impossibility of February. Read it. I was fortunate enough to meet Maira Kalman in early 2008 at an intimate gathering to celebrate the publication of The Princples of Uncertainty.
I was transfixed by how her eclectic, almost frenzied, candidness about things sad, lonely, and unresolved allow her have an aura that is markedly peaceful, collected and content.
For each person to discover the craft that best channels one’s own raw, gritty core–be it painting or poetry, guitar or gardening, jogging or just sitting in silence–is the path to organic happiness.
The kind of happiness you don’t have to try for.
The type of happiness you don’t have to convince yourself of.
The manner of happiness you don’t put on a show about.
The sort of happiness that makes February, well, possible.
The man dances on salt.
The new packaging looks a bit simpler/sleeker/cleaner (pardon the pun), a la Method, though it’s not a drastic change.
I use Seventh Generation detergent in our mini-dishwasher and I think it works great. Then again, it’s been so long since I used the regular, toxic stuff, take my recommendation with a grain of crusty rice.
One of the fun parts of blogging keeping a journalistic website (I’m still not so fond of that b-word) is having your work featured on well-known sites.
With several months of winter still ahead of us in New York, warm and roasted dishes like sweet potatoes are a good dish to pull from the archives.
Aki Kamozawa and H. Alexander Talbot are bloggers as well as authors, chefs, consultants, scientists, innovators, caterers, photographers and teachers.
Kind of makes me feel lazy._______
While I find it hard to believe that she needs to lose a few pounds, she does have some nutritious and tasty-sounding recipes including: Broccoli and Arugula Soup, Blueberry and Almond Smoothie, and Teriyaki Chicken.
Happy 2009! What are your resolutions?
3 Reasons you should be my contact on Flickr:
1. You can see my photos close up and link directly to my blog posts (convenient for recipes)
2. I can “meet” you, see your photos, and make sure I’m blogging about things you’re interested in
3. You can get a sneak peak at photos I’m going to publish on this blog but haven’t yet
It declare it impossible to look at the homepage without seeing something you’re pretty sure you can’t live without making or eating very soon.
Thankfully there’s a handy “star” feature to keep track of your favorites.
Warning: when you’ve got nearly as many stars as photos on the whole site (ahem, quadruple digits?) this feature is distinctly less useful for deciding what to make next. Though even more mouthwatering.
There are two types of people: those who use Google Reader and those who do not.
Using Google Reader changes your life. Really. Once you start you will never–never–go back to your old method of reading blogs.
After you’re logged into your Google account and are on the Reader page, you “Add Subscription” for the URL of each blog you read.
Example: “Add Subscription” –> http://www.smorgasbite.com.
You wait a few seconds. My latest posts will appear in bold. You read them. If you want to get to my actual site to vote in the polls, search the archives, or read just generally admire my site, click the title of the post (or the double echelons inside of the grey circle).
There are a thousand additional features, each more amazing, handy and time-saving than the last, but this is all for now. Just get started.
See, wasn’t that painless?