We moved last week and I’m now in the process of unpacking and organizing my kitchen. All I can say is thank God I did The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up. This is a billion times easier since I konmaried.
It’s the beginning of a new chapter for me and my family, in our new home by the beach. I plan to be doing a lot of writing (I’m working on a book and I will be blogging) and creating (livestreaming and launching a new podcast), and our new house is very conducive to that. Fresh ocean air, lots of sunshine, lots of room to stretch out and enjoy peace and quiet.
I went through a lot this past couple years. It was definitely the hardest time in my life. Things got so bad for me, I almost stopped blogging. But many people reached out to me and told me they loved Cheeseslave and wanted it to continue. And deep down, so did I.
I got to the point with this blog that I worried so much about what doing things right and what “people will say” that I wasn’t being authentic. And it just wasn’t fun anymore.
I’m living for me now. And I’m writing this blog for me. If you happen to read the blog and you dig it, awesome. If not, that’s OK, too. Because I am not writing it for you. I’m writing it for me. This blog is my explorations and reflections on the things I care about in my daily life. Parenting, homeschooling, cooking, eating, and loving life.
In this video, #9 in the Fermented Cod Liver Oil Scandal series, I talk to Annie Dru, Ancestral Food Educator, of Lardmouth.
WARNING: I know many of you are watching these videos with your kids. This video contains sensitive content that is not appropriate for children. Just wanted to give you a heads up.