It’s been a busy time at the Harlem Homestead. Between:
- canning 300 pounds of food
- learning how to make several dairy products including:
- yogurt (well)
- cheese (tastes great if you don’t call it cheese)
- making 90% of our food from scratch
- making new body products
- infusing booze (oh, the hardship!)
- Surviving (heck, why be modest – having a blast doing!) my first semester of my masters in Clinical Psych,
I’ve been able to keep up with nearly everything but two things. Namely, sewing (a bag of gorgeous fabric we bought in August to make napkins and placemats is sitting sweetly in the closet) and blogging.
Sewing is probably going to wait for a while, but this blog has been an amazing outlet for me and a great way to connect to something outside of neuromarkers for PTSD, which is taking up a tremendous amount of my time at the moment.
However, sustainability is the name of the game here, and writing lengthy instructional and data driven posts is not sustainable in my data driven life. As much as I wish I could continue with the way this blog started, it’s just not my path. Instead, I hope you will still join for insights, recipes when we can share them, and ridiculous photos of the dog.
My new years resolution is to blog 250 days this year. I hope you join me for them – it should be an interesting one!