They say that every situation, however bad it seems, always teaches us something and makes us stronger. So began our search, as a family, for a better type of nutrition, suitable for our new-born.
A.J. was born with an allergy to cow’s milk protein, as well as eggs and nuts. We did not know why our baby suffered from red spots all over his body, cramps after feeding and restless crying nights. But we soon had suspicions A.J.’s problems related to his diet. Bruno and me, as first-time parents looking out for the well-being of our child, used all our “1 Month VEGAN!… and the new Food Pyramide” verder lezen
It has been a month of searching, adapting, and being happily proud about it ?
This #almostzerowastechallenge was a well-considered choice, because, as environmentalists, professionals in sustainability and responsible parents, we know that we cannot count only on the government to tackle the environmental issues. All of us, as a society, must figure out what there is that we CAN do, and simply, do it, act our part as citizens. “Challenge #almostzerowaste… Accomplished!” verder lezen
Yes! Spring time! So what have we been doing lately?
Hello friends! Lately I haven’t been blogging much, but I’ve been very busy with plantlets, compost, seeds and dreams of rich harvests. As you may know, amongst other things I am a landscape architect, learning more every day about the fascinating world of Permaculture.
Permaculture is basically (though it can grow to be much more) an agricultural system based on the patterns underlying the natural, local ecosystem. Permaculture stimulates yo “In between earthworms and strawberries” verder lezen