While working to open my eyes to all the plastic in my life, I noticed that my cell phone was wrapped snuggly in a cover of teal blue plastic. Ugh. But I am thrilled to say I have an alternative that is seriously cool! Never heard of compostable cell phone cover? Pela Case to the… Continue reading Compostable Cell Phone Covers!
Toilet Paper That Cares
Don't you just love this name? Who Gives a Crap is an earth-positive toilet paper company that cares about everyone's bum as well as the planet. Yay! Who Gives a Crap 3-ply, 100% recycled. Their packaging is cardboard and paper (you can reuse the individual roll paper as fun gift wrapping paper). The verbage on… Continue reading Toilet Paper That Cares
Merida, Mexico was delightful. The weather was hot and steamy. Sometimes the humidity was higher than the temperature. But the town of 892,000 was bustling both day and night. The center or centro, was definitely the most packed with tourists from all over the world as well as locals enjoying the Plaza Grande and the… Continue reading Merida, Mexico
Sneak Peak…Merida, Mexico
Sneak peak...Merida, Mexico - a fabulous trip to the Yucatan. So much fun, hot and humid, beaches, flamingos, Mayan ruins, great food and splashing in cenotes (sinkholes). A fun post to come with loads of photos and descriptions. Flying back to California today. Here are some photos to tide you over. More to come soon!
Hiking Jenkinson Lake
Hiking for me is nearly always a joy. Walking along the 8.5 mile trail that surrounds Jenkinson Lake in the Sierra Nevada Mountains is pure pleasure. The drive from Sacramento is only 50 minutes and the trail has an easy rolling terrain, full of shade. Lots of places to dip your toes in the water… Continue reading Hiking Jenkinson Lake
Sacramento in Spring
Spring in Sacramento is the perfect time to live here. The weather has simply been divine. Mid 70s, slight breeze, glorious sunshine with wispy clouds ever so often... Hopefully it will rain a bit more before the scortching summer heat arrives as we did not have a wet winter and everyone is worried we are… Continue reading Sacramento in Spring