The His-Story November is Native American Heritage Month, so let's connect with nature, time, and community

Wonder Wednesday 124: 3 Sisters Sensory Connection

The What? (& Is that a dead lizard?)The necrosphere & yes, ants were eating it

The Necrosphere

The Art of Guadalupe MaravillaWe can't talk about the Salvadorian game Tripa Chuca in America

Wonder Wednesday 117: Let’s Play Tripa Chuca!

Taking It Back Sewing and gardening have been, for centuries, often seen as women's work,

Wonder Wednesday 116: Craftivism, Nature, and Equal Rights

“I amount to nothing to the world and people care nothing of me. I am

People & Planet: Principles Inspired by Lucy Parsons

"Buildings, too, are children of Earth and Sun."Recently, a 9 year old and 14 year

From Fallingwater to Florida: Nature Inspiration by Frank Lloyd Wright

Design a Day to Celebrate! I learned about all Lughnasa (also called Lammas) this month

Lughnasa: Celebrate Creating!

  I’ve never been great at the popular 100 day social media challenges however hard

100 Months of Wonder: Gratitude & the Book Braiding Sweetgrass

  A highly focused distraction may seem like an oxymoron, but right now the benefits

Focused Distraction: A Life On Our Planet

  This month we’re celebrating all things citrus! A glorious fruit worthy of celebration for

Wonder Wednesday 87: Candied Citrus Peel

  I am so excited because we are finally on the eve of citrus season!

Citrus Season: Traditions, Stories, and Treats!

  “We are experiencing sublime conditions of horror, you know?” ~Erica Moiah James, an assistant

Beyond Hurricane Dorian: Sublime Connections

  Y’all know I love a good female nature inspired artist who makes her art her

When Art, Science, and Women Collide: Orra White Hitchcock

  Did you check out yesterday’s post for 7 ways to celebrate the Winter Solstice?

Wonder Wednesday 64: Evergreen Solstice Tea!

Travel always brings variables, some more exciting than others. So last week when our connecting

Underground Gardening at the Lowline