Crunchy Manifesto

Living a healthier, more natural life is something we hear a lot about lately. It seems like every other magazine and talk show tells us to eat more seaweed or use paper made from kangaroo poop. (Next week of course, they might tell us that the seaweed will kill us! Statements to be retracted the week after that.)

The problem most people have is trying to find balance. Can we really shed some of the chemicals from our life without having to take drastic and time consuming measures? And can these small changes make us healthier and happier? I think they can. No doubt, you’ve realized that it can be hard work to live more consciously. Not all of us can sell up and move out into the country to raise chickens on our own homestead. Not all of us would even want to do so.

Finding the way to balancing natural sensibilities in a crowded modern life is what this blog is here for. Each week I will post recipes, tutorials, product reviews, and consumer tips to help you sort through the piles of options out there. Learn from my mistakes and my triumphs, all splayed across the internet to make your journey easier. Each post will be accompanied by extras like photos, links, notes from friends and family that kindly let me experiment on them, and even the occasional interview with local farmers and herbalists.

So, welcome and please feel free to join the conversation.

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