Episode 27 - Cheers To Drinking Natural Wine With Allie Kruse Of Nonfiction Wine
Are you one of those wine lovers who had to swear off red wine because the next-day headaches and grogginess are just not worth it? I am right there with you my friend. For the last seven years I've had to ride the struggle bus even when I indulge in just one glass of red wine.
Then, the heavens parted and I discovered natural wine. No more headaches, no more grogginess, no more inflammation. I had all these questions! Why did natural wine make me feel so much better? What ingredients were giving me so many issues? So this week on the Positively Green Podcast, Becca and I thought we should have on natural wine expert, Allie Kruse of Nonfiction Wine to teach us all about the subject!
Grab a glass of (natural) wine and join us for a virtual happy hour! Allie and her husband own Nonfiction Wine, a local wine shop in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She drops some major knowledge about all things natural, organic, low-intervention wine. You are going to love it!
Episode 26 - Nine Simple Ways To Make Your Home A Healthier And Safer Environment During The Coronavirus Outbreak
As more and more of us are working remotely and practicing social distancing as the coronavirus hits the US, we thought it would be helpful to share nine simple ways you can make your home a healthier and safer environment. We hope these tips bring you peace of mind and give you a sense of control during this scary time!
According to the EPA, the average American indoor environment is 2 to 5 times more polluted than the outdoor air. The EPA also stated that the worst air pollution in our nation is right inside our own homes and workplaces and that 50% of all illness is connected to the indoor air quality. Crazy! Thankfully there are many easy ways to help improve this, which we address in today’s episode:
We are back for Season 2 - hooray! In this episode, we are going to go over the US emissions for 2019 and then share the top six ways you can mindfully live a more eco-friendly and sustainable life in 2020.
As the ramifications of climate change increase, from hurricanes to wildfires to extreme drought, we as privileged first-world consumers have a responsibility going into 2020. It is on us to make changes in our day to day lives. It is on us to live a more mindful, eco-friendly, and sustainable lifestyle. It is on us to let our policymakers know where we stand. You have much more power than you give yourself credit for when it comes to creating lasting and beneficial change for our planet and our goal with this first episode of Season 2 of the Positively Green Podcast is to point you in the right direction for 2020.
Thanks for stopping by Green Willow Homestead! From chicken rearing to composting, we've got our hands full and we love sharing what we've learned along the way. Follow along as we turn the 80 acres we call home into a farm that serves its community and a homestead that nourishes us throughout the seasons.
Grab the Ebook
Tune in to our YouTube Channel
Favorite Books of 2022
2. Braiding Sweetgrass
3. As Long As Grass Grows
4. The Small Scale Poultry Flock
5. The Zero Waste Solution
FOLLOW KELSEY ON INSTAGRAM!
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.