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Producing, consuming, and why both matter

I’ve been sicker than I’ve been in a long time this past week—and unfortunately, it’s during our tail end of France and our not-quite-enough-time in Italy, of all places. I’ve missed seeing some stuff, I’ve seen some beautiful early spring days transpire from my bedroom window, and Kyle, the dear thing, has spent much of (read more…)

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Cuppa reads

Happy weekend, y’all! I’m officially back with my family, which makes me a million kinds of happy. Yesterday we spent the entire day taking trains from Provence, France to Umbria, Italy, so now we’re settled in for the next few days overlooking a quiet lake. The view will work, no? I’ve been sick this week, (read more…)

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Cuppa reads

Greetings, friends! I’m in Israel/Palestine right now. And well, it’s late and I still need to pack before we move on to the Sea of Galilee and what-not tomorrow—so let’s just get right to this weekend’s links, shall we? Good? Good. (How’s that for a poetic, super-deep intro?) (And yes, I’ll do my best to (read more…)

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The art of noticing your three square feet

We’ve been in small-town France for about a week and a half as of this post. After almost six months of traipsing around Asia, Australia, and Africa, we’re in a land that feels a bit milk and honey-ish, if I’m being honest. The quiet rolling hills of Provence, the quaint shops, and the food—oh, the (read more…)

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Cuppa reads

Friends, whether you’re trapped in the snow or trapped in another hot summer day, I hope your weekend is going well. (I have a newly-found affection for you southern hemisphere readers, after spending a few months in your territories.) I’m hovering somewhere in the middle, in southern France, where it’s cool but vacillating between drizzly (read more…)

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