Today’s Tuesday Garden Party comes to you from Michelle of SimplifyLiveLove.
Happy Tuesday! Last Saturday, I packed up my kids and we drove out to New York. My husband and I have business meetings later this week in Boston and I have a great friend who agreed to keep my kiddos while we’re in our meetings. Then, she’s bringing all the kids to Boston and we’re going to tour around a bit. We’ve been studying the American Revolutionary War in our homeschool this year, so we decided to take the homeschooling on the road.
It’s absolutely beautiful out here in Central New York. The trees are so many different colors and the weather is nice and cool. I love it! And I can’t wait to see Boston. I’ve never been there and I’ve read about some pretty amazing gardens that we intend to visit!
Many thanks to #EarthFootware for supplying super cute The Maize shoes for this review. While I received these shoes in exchange for an honest post, all opinions are mine and I promise you that I will only endorse products I like and think would be useful for you.
Happy Tuesday, Friends! It’s time for another Tuesday Garden Party. I have to be pretty honest – I did next to no gardening last week, and I’m going to pay for that neglect this week. Last week, I went to an amazing conference called ShiftCon – and Eco Blogging Social Media Conference. I heard the most amazing speakers, including Robin O’Brien and Vani Hari (Foodbabe). If you haven’t listened to Robin O’Brien’s Ted Talk, I challenge you to do so! Head over here and spend 20 minutes listening to her message. I first heard it several months ago and can’t even express to you how much it moved me. Listening to her in person was truly inspirational.
I was moved to tears several times because I am a sad sap of a person and came away from this conference completely and totally committed to organic gardening and the revolution that all of us, the people who make the effort to grow our own food, are taking part in. More on this later – as I have so much vitally important information to figure out how to share with you! I hope you are as moved as I was by the information I learned at ShiftCon.