As I sit out next to the hive, enjoying the morning with my coffee and bees, I’m left asking myself, “why don’t I live like a bee?” Bees take life straight on and live it fully. They enter the world ready to work, to take up their job of caring for others and the hive,… Continue reading Thoughts From The Beehive: Living like a bee.
My husband and I recently installed Beetle Blasters into the hive. According to Wikipedia : The small hive beetle (Aethina tumida) is a beekeeping pest. It is endemic to sub-Saharan Africa, but has spread to many other locations, including North America, Australia, and the Philippines. The small hive beetle can be a destructive pest of honey… Continue reading Beekeeping: Beetle Blasters
We finally brought our bees home!! I’ve been apart of a bee mentorship since the beginning of the year and this past weekend it was time to bring the girls home. We transported them at night, after sealing up the hive with duct tape and straps. Everyone seemed to handle the trip well and by… Continue reading Bees: Sugar Water
My second born will be 15 in a few days. This morning I caught myself just sitting and watching him, remembering when he was just a baby, and realizing how much he’s grown. He’s been talking about driving for the past two years. He’s been dreaming of us buying him an el’ comino, which has… Continue reading Permit
I received free products from Caveman Coffee in exchange for the following review. I love coffee. I have no shame in admitting my addiction. Coffee is not only my morning pick me up but it’s actually my drink of choice through out the whole day, so keeping my home stocked with fine tasting brew… Continue reading Caveman Coffee
I’m not sure if it’s our culture or simply my priorities, but fitness and well-being seem to fall last in line when it comes to my needs. For the past three years I’ve been dealing with the grief of a parent as well as medical issues (hypothyroidism and inflammatory arthritis), and it honestly has taken a… Continue reading Getting Back To It