Sweet Things 4 Life
Sharing our journey toward a more natural, simple, healthful lifestyle.
Mike and I got to talking one night about how people are always saying bodies are made in the kitchen. I totally believe this! You can't expect to put hours in at the gym and see results if you're still filling your body with junk. You get out what you put in, you reap what you sow, no pain no gain yada yada. But one thing I've found since going vegan is that people are constantly arguing that you can't build muscle on a plant based diet.
If you're anything like me you've discovered Pinterest and have incorporated the millions of pins into your every day life. I admit, I was obsessed! When my friend introduced me to it in college... talk about senioritis! I loved looking at all the wedding boards, and basically had our wedding planned in a week.
So once you've got your holes drilled you want to fill it with 2 parts brown material to 1 part green material. Brown materials are leaves, lawn clippings, mulch, small sticks, weeds and other similar items. Green materials are organic waste from your kitchen like fruit and vegetable scraps, coffee grounds and used tea bags and if you aren't completely vegan yet, egg shells. Things you definitely need to avoid are meat scraps, bones, and animal or human waste.
Katie & Mike
We want to share our journey toward living a simpler, more natural and healthy lifestyle with you. As we navigate through an increasingly complex and tech-driven life, we'll share our goals, triumphs and struggles as we attempt to return to a simpler way of living.