Words: Danielle Williams
Photo Credit: Tīna Sāra
It’s that time of year again: springtime gardening! Each year, I look forward to deciding which varieties to plant and where, watering and fostering their growth, and watching for fruit and vegetables to form. This year, my toddler has been of much help, and it’s a thrill to watch her explore nature and get her hands dirty. With gardening and warmer temperatures comes bothersome insects.
The Natural Home Issue Volume 3 has arrived! From citrus cedarwood dusting spray to lavender dryer bags, inside you’ll discover an array of remedies and recipes perfect for spring cleaning your home. Let’s take a peek…
Photo Credit: Daiga Ellaby
Here in Southern California, we’ve already experienced a few warm days, which has me looking forward to spring’s arrival. My family enjoys spending time outside as well as finding ways to bring the outdoors in with colorful flowers and homegrown fruits and vegetables. As the weather heats up and we start to spend more time out in the sunshine, it’s fun to make a to-do list with a variety of activities. Below is my dreamy spring to-do list for this year, and although spring hasn’t officially begun, I’ve already crossed a couple items off the list.