Tag Archives: Seattle

Hardy Kiwis

These hardy kiwis from Greenwater Farm located in Port Townsend, WA are hands down the best fruits I ate all year. Unlike the kiwi most of us are used to seeing, these kiwis were so sweet. They tasted almost like … Continue reading

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Seattle Yoga Arts: Free Community Class This Saturday

Seattle yogis, great news, Seattle Yoga Arts will be offering a free community class for all levels from 12:30 to 1:45 pm tomorrow taught by one of their teacher training graduates. These free classes might be happening a few more … Continue reading

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Blog Break For A Few Weeks

Hi folks, I know I’ve been a bit MIA on this blog. Things have been really hectic on many levels, and also the last two weeks I’ve been really taking advantage of the sunny weather here in Seattle (which is … Continue reading

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barre3: Body of a Dancer

During the summer I’m all about taking marathon walks combined with yoga to stay in shape. But I like variety, and therefore decided to finally put to use a discounted three-day pass to barre3 I received as a gift this … Continue reading

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Zumba in the Park

I finally tried Zumba yesterday! I took a free one-hour class courtesy of the fantastic ladies of the Belltown Dance Studio at the Olympic Sculpture Park as part of Seattle Art Museum’s Get Out Summer at SAM series. For those … Continue reading

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Birthday Blessings

Yesterday was my birthday. I woke up feeling as I did the day before. I looked in the mirror and saw the same face. I didn’t feel particularly “aged.” I started my day drinking my black coffee with cinnamon as … Continue reading

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Meet & Support Your Youth Farmers Every Saturday

If you live in Seattle and are planning to go to the University Farmer’s Market tomorrow, you might want to buy some of your vegetables from Seattle Youth Garden Works, a local non-profit training program which empowers homeless, low-income, and … Continue reading

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Local Roots & Broadway Sunday Farmer’s Market

One of our Sunday morning rituals is to walk about two miles to the Broadway Farmer’s Market after a few cups of black coffee. Some people have asked us why we bother to walk so far especially on a rainy … Continue reading

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Volunteer Park Conservatory, Seattle

It’s a small┬áconservatory, but I can spend an ample amount of time there admiring the enchanting flowers. If you plan to visit Seattle, and the Capitol Hill neighborhood, you should carve out some time at Volunteer Park, which is beautifully … Continue reading

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Sugar Pill: Apothecary – Culinary – Mercantile

Store Profile The eclectic Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle is better known for its dining and drinking spots than retails shops. Last year was a particularly gloomy time for the retail scene as several Capitol Hill mom-and-pop stores shut their … Continue reading

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