We love food and we love cooking from home. It’s something I enjoy doing alone, and also enjoy doing with my husband when he can join in too! It’s definitely fun to go out to eat, but it can get expensive and downright hard for a picky eater like me. Plus, it’s always less stressful for me to just make it myself because I know (and can control) what exactly goes into my meal. Are there any other adult picky eaters out there?! :)Read More
Have your ever wanted to travel to Budapest, Hungary? If I’m being totally honest, it was never on my “must visit” list until recently. It wasn’t on that list mainly because I didn’t know much about it, which is truly such a shame. That is why I am sharing this travel guide with you now, to raise awareness about this beautiful country that doesn’t get talked about as much as say, France or Spain. Let’s dive in because there is so much to share!Read More
Anyone else out there have an obsession with functional and beautiful things? That statement is really why we created Foraged Home. It can be so hard to find beautiful pieces to display in your home that are ALSO functional. Why does beautiful design go out the window when it comes to functionality? We aren’t sure, but we are doing our best to find products for our shop that bring those two important elements together.
If you’ve been on the hunt for a stylish tape measure, then look no further - we’ve got you covered!Read More
Zero Waste. This movement has been around for while, but recently it has been catching waves all over the world. Bulk food stores are popping up all around, plastic straws and bags are being banned, and more people are looking for alternatives to plastic and really anything else that could be considered “single use.” Have you heard of the zero waste movement?
Now I’m now zero waste expert, but I really have been trying to be mindful how how I buy and use products lately, especially in the kitchen. We live in a part of the country where the trash collection is only once every two weeks, and compost and recycling is picked up every week. They are really pushing us to create less waste, so we are trying to follow suit!Read More
My journey with reading has come a long way. I remember hating to read when I was in school and was forced to read novels and textbooks that had no interest to me. College came along and I felt the same way about books, and then towards the end of college I noticed a shift in my thoughts. Did I actually like reading when I was able to choose the books I wanted to read? Turns out, I did! Kind of weird how that happens, huh?Read More