June 17, 2024

This post shares two tips to help keep your homegrown food production trucking along in a small way when the sh_t hits the fan and your best gardening intentions go out the window. Especially for tropical and subtropical areas that can get lots of rain.

2 Tips to Keep Your Garden Producing in the Wet and During Times of Neglect
April 18, 2024

What if the universe was intelligent? And what if our sincere commitment to developing clarity, integration, and alignment within ourselves, as part of that universal intelligence, really mattered?

What if We Lived in an Intelligent Universe?
March 24, 2024

When was the last time you ​went out of your way to eat something that tastes bitter? Wild food enthusiasts and herbalists know that the bitter taste triggers a cascade of health benefits including improved digestion, reduced cravings, and increased well-being.

A Simple Addition To Your Meals With Surprising Health Benefits
February 17, 2024

The Inner Critic is here to stay. But it doesn’t have to be a source of anxiety and overwhelm. Here are 4 steps for making it your ally.

Anxiety and Overwhelm: is This What’s Triggering Them?
November 29, 2023

“REAL” – genuine, authentic, true; not artificial, imitated, or virtual. “GREEN” – regenerative/doing as little harm as possible. If all you do is take this approach to caring for your self, your family, and the places and things you love, you’ll be making a difference.

A Real Green Life – a Way of Living That Makes a Difference
October 22, 2023

It’s uncomfortable to be around someone who is suffering because it wakes up all that’s untended to within our own selves. We can’t stand that, so we hurry to put a band aide over what-ever is hurting in the other person, to quiet things down again, so we can get back to pretending we’re fine.

Why We Try to Fix Other People, and What Might Happen if We Didn’t
June 21, 2023

If we make our food gardens as much like natural ecosystems as we can, full of diversity and interconnections, they’ll be more vigorous and productive with less effort on our part.

Tips For Productive, Low Maintenance Food Gardens
June 12, 2023

Science is when someone asks nature a specific question and receives a specific answer. Science is ALSO when a bunch of fallible human beings all interact with each other in complicated ways to finally agree on what scientific theories they will then present to the rest of the world.

What if the Science Doesn’t Tell the Whole Story?
June 4, 2023

Choices are like coins – they always have two sides, and both sides stack up in terms of the direction we’re going.

Where Are Our Choices Taking Us?
May 2, 2023

7 small ways to start growing your own food, improving your nutrition, and lowering your grocery costs – even if you’re short on time, space, or confidence.

Supermarket Strategy #7 – Seven Ways to Start Growing Your Own Food in Small Spaces
April 2, 2023

A short post on how we use our time and those uncomfortable feelings of “not enough time,” and “not good enough.” Turns out, they might all be connected.

On “Not Enough Time,” and “Not Good Enough”
February 27, 2023

Once you know how to tell a male pumpkin flower from a female one, it’s a simple matter to hand pollinate your female flowers and be sure of more pumpkins, especially in rainy weather when pollinating insects aren’t on the job. (Or your pollinator population has been decimated by pesticides.)

How to Hand Pollinate Pumpkin Flowers
January 31, 2023

Whole foods require more planning and organization than processed convenience foods, but the pay-off is worth it. The benefits include: better nutrition, a feeling of empowerment and reconnection as you learn to engage with your food closer to its source, and the satisfaction in knowing you’re taking better care of the Earth just by how you eat.

Supermarket Strategy #6 – Wise Use of Whole Foods
December 22, 2022

Here you’ll find all the posts written on A Real Green Life in 2022.

Everything Posted on A Real Green Life in 2022
December 2, 2022

As you learn to inhabit your core Self more easily, and from there to bring your internal world into emotional regulation, you’re also developing the capacities that our wider world is asking of us.

How Tending Your Inner Parts, Besides Making You Feel Better, Helps Mend the World
November 14, 2022

Our physical and social environments have huge influence on our habits and behaviors. People who design supermarkets and sell products know this and take full advantage of it. This post will help you examine what’s shaping your shopping routines and your buying decisions, and learn how to change them.

Strategy #5 – What’s Shaping Your Grocery Shopping Habits?
October 25, 2022

Strategy #4 to help you dethrone the supermarket giants. Includes a link to the previous 3 strategies.

Strategy #4 – to Help Parents Spend Less at the Supermarket
October 12, 2022

Reducing our supermarket reliance ​means we can spend less, live better, and look our grandchildren in the eye. This post shares 3 strategies to get you started.

3 Supermarket Strategies to Help You Spend Less, Tread Lighter, and Live Better
September 24, 2022

We all have an inner life — an inner “garden.” When we neglect it, the useful, beautiful things in it whither and diminish, and the weeds take over. This post shares ways to help your inner garden thrive by tending it in alignment with Nature’s seasons.

New Beginnings in the Garden of You
September 5, 2022

Tips and hints about eating fresh, whole turmeric + our basic recipe for Turmeric Milk, or Golden Milk.

RealFood Turmeric + Golden Milk Recipe