~I’ve made a Twitter account for the blog! I’ve linked my posts there so you can enjoy them anywhere! I’ll also be posting exclusive content there once market season starts up again, so I encourage everyone to please follow me! Twitter: The Garden Goddess Blog @goddess_blog
~Can you believe that Christmas is only a couple of days away?! Good thing I finished all my Christmas shopping lol. But if you didn’t, I have a place where you’ll find the perfect gift: Christkindlmarket in downtown Naperville (or Chicago, but Naperville is closer for me). I’ve been wanting to go to Christkindlmarket for… Continue reading Countdown to Christmas
~Most people know Burt’s Bees through their lip balm, but did you know that Burt’s Bees is so much more than that? They make shampoos, face creams, body lotions, and cleansing cloths galore, catering to all skin tones. I have oily skin and because of that I am more acne prone than most (whoopee…) I’ve… Continue reading Burt’s Bees Beauty Challenge: Start!
~On my last trip to the grocery store (Mariano’s, my favorite!) I went home with items I had on my list and a few that weren’t. One of those was a dragon fruit. As strange as it was sitting in my cart next to the dried apricots and packages of Noosa yoghurt, there were good… Continue reading Enter the Dragon (fruit)
~Last year I discovered VeggieFest, a unique lifestyle festival honoring those who have the courage to refrain from meat. This time around I wanted to take my boyfriend with me to share in the experience. Truth be told, it didn’t go as well as I had imagined. The ran fell on our proverbial parade (it… Continue reading Return to VeggieFest: 2017 edition
~To my dear readers, whether you’re joining me for the first time or a returning reader: I first want to say I’m sorry if you felt like I ditched you or fell off the face of the planet, or, God forbid, gave up on farmer’s markets. I took a break from blogging and the markets… Continue reading Hello out there…
~For the past year or so I’ve been on the hunt for duck eggs. Searching market after market with no luck, my hope was starting to dwindle. It wasn’t until a few weeks ago when I finally hit the jackpot, but it wasn’t at a farmer’s market. They came from my boss! When he’s not… Continue reading What the duck (eggs)