Some “get to know me” links

I just wanted to offer a quick welcome to anyone who finds their way over here from my guest post over at Michelle’s blog. I’m super glad you’re here, and I hope you enjoy your visit and find something to stick with you.

For my current readers, please go take a gander at my post there about leaving graduate school, and poke around Michelle’s blog a bit. She’s the When I Grow Up Coach, and she’s full of inspiration, fun, hard insights and conversation.

In any case, I thought it might nice to give share a few links that give a sense of who I am and what this blog is about.

The source of the chicken photo in the upper right. Learning about chickens on a farm. You can read more by clicking the “that time we bought a hog” tag.

I invite friends (and occasionally near-strangers) over for dinner all the time. It turns out, though, I’ll let you cook in my kitchen if you write a guest post about the experience. Bonus points for hilarity.

This blog started as a place I was challenging myself to cook 2500 recipes from our cookbooks, so I’ve posted some recipes I’ve tried and what I think of them. It’s nowhere near 2500. There’s not even 10% of that up here. It’s amazing, though, how much even cooking a few things repeatedly, and new things from time to time can really teach a person to cook.

Final link for today: I recently posted a little bit on gardening and self-sufficiency and how it relates to life philosophies. It’s also the source of the photo in the upper right, and it’s one of my favorites.

2 thoughts on “Some “get to know me” links

  1. Hi Natasha, wandered over from Michelle’s blog. Thanks for sharing your decision and what you’ve taken from it. I made the decision to leave my program after 4 years. It was/is hard, but I did end up in a career that supports a lot of my interests and passions. Your point about there always being parts that you miss is a great reminder. Good luck with what comes next!

    • Hi Erin! Thanks for coming by. I hope you enjoy it here.

      I’m so glad to hear you found a career that supports your passions & interests. It’s wonderful for you & encouraging for me! And congratulations on being brave enough to leave – that can be hard too.

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