Part of getting into a sustainable mindset is thinking of unique solutions to a problem. Here are three ways that I crocheted a solution to my problem. One problem I encountered was that my Fitbit band kept breaking. I went through several of them a week! After coming across some bracelet patterns on Ravelry (the… Continue reading Sustainable Crochet Solutions
I realized that I’ve been seriously neglecting my absolute favorite thing on this blog. Food! I love making it and eating it. So today’s post is all about my current favorite recipe that just happens to be vegetarian. (See previous post about how I’m trying to be more sustainable when it comes to food.) What… Continue reading My Favorite Recipe
I recently came across someone's blog about the Buy Nothing Project (unfortunately I don't remember who). I was immediately interested and then almost immediately disappointed that there isn't a project located in Lithuania. Not to be discouraged, I looked into starting one here, but I wasn't quite ready to invest the time necessary (It could… Continue reading Free Things!
Hey ladies! Let’s talk about your period. No one likes to carry around extra tampons in their purse. No one likes to waddle around in a pad like a wet diaper. No one likes to deal with the waste, or spend all that money every month. Photo by Anna Shvets on Pexels.com The great news… Continue reading That Time of Month
Yes. Pun intended. Cheap, budget, low cost, used, thrifty, economical. All these words tend to have negative connotations. And it’s true... sometimes. Because sometimes when you go to the cheap route, you get low quality. This one is hard for me. There has only been about two years in our marriage that we haven’t had… Continue reading Cheap sheet
Since we've been required to wear a mask, I decided it would be good to own more than one. My husband bought our first masks due to the necessity of the law requiring masks that same day. However, I was able to borrow a sewing machine from a friend recently and have been sewing various… Continue reading Mask sewing
One positive that has come out of the Covid-19 pandemic is the fact that we're staying home and allowing nature to heal. Something else we've been forced to do is switch to online everything...including education. Photo by bongkarn thanyakij on Pexels.com As a teacher I do my best (and teach the kids) to reuse and… Continue reading Eco-Teaching
In light of the fact that I simply haven't finished a blog yet, here are some random discoveries from this week. This OatSide the Box Vegan ice cream is delicious! Even my husband preferred it to the rhubarb sorbet that I made this week. There are two other flavors, mango and raspberry that we intend… Continue reading This week’s discoveries
One of the exciting realization of moving to Vilnius was the discovery of the bubble tea shop, Formosa. Recently, they have made a few changes for good! Sadly, these changes are not all still in place due to the measures taken to prevent the spread of Covid-19. The first thing they did was charge a… Continue reading Bubble Tea!
As a teenager, I didn't start shaving for quite some time and I didn't even know about the alternatives for an even longer time. Upon seeing my razor bumpy legs, a well meaning pedicurist asked if I also wanted to get my legs waxed. I quickly declined because it sounded like an extremely painful experience,… Continue reading Sugaring