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Are you taking good care of yourself? I wasn't... but then I made a big change

When I had my planner laid out in front of me last December I dreamed up plans and set goals for myself.  I pictured what my year would look like  - vacation in Frankfort this summer, sell my products at my twice-weekly Farmers Market, consistently log my food/calories, get passports for a dream-trip in 2021... and then, along with everyone else, I watched as 2020 turn into a nightmare.   March brought panic, crisis food (and alcohol) shopping, school and work from home, lockdown, and the end of normal life as we had all previously known it.  My high school senior missed his graduation and party, and we cancelled our vacation.  The farmers market was still able to open with restrictions,...

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Which Type of Goat Milk Soap is Best for Your Skin?

Have you wondered which type of natural goat milk soap is best for YOUR skin?  Below is a guide to help you.   Do you have extremely sensitive skin, or are you looking for facial soap?  If that's you, I recommend my Pure Unscented or Serenity Lavender Goat Milk Soap.  Each of these are extremely gentle and mild.  If you are looking for soap for a baby, I recommend Pure Unscented.   Do you have oily or blemished skin, or do you spend time gardening, hiking, or handling plants?  If so, I recommend my Invigorate Tea Tree Goat Milk Soap.  It's a wonderful oil remover!  Also know that even though it's great at removing oils, it's still gentle. Do you...

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Market Days are Here Again

I bring our entire product line to the Holland Farmers Market each week, so you can easily see everything I make.  A few of our 2020 market favorites have included our Tranquility Goat Milk Soap, Lavender Hand + Heel Butter, Cool Mint Lip Balm, and Color Bath Bomb sets.

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Green Oasis

It’s January again! I actually love the month, despite the Michigan cold. However, I am looking forward to sunnier days and the blossoms of spring. I’ve been slowly collecting plants this year. I’ve managed to kill a few, but the grow light we are using for the hydroponic tomatoes seems to be keeping my new […]

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