I just love it when you can do something that is both decadent and
good for you. Its even a bigger bonus if you can do good for another
Bear Naked makes all natural granola,
cereals and trail mixes. They are really yummy, but I must admit they
are a little more expensive than the store brands. Of course-- you can
certainly taste the difference too. Nonetheless, when one is on a
budget--such items can sometimes seem like a splurge.
that is the beauty of rationalization-- at least it is for me. One
great thing about Bear Naked products is that they are all natural (you
can pronounce everything on the ingredients lists)-- so you can feel
certain that you are giving yourself and your families healthy foods.
Another great thing-- here's where the rationalization comes in-- is
that Bear Naked helps organizations that protect, preserve and restore
Being from the South and having spent some quality time in the mountains of Tennessee, I was delighted to learn about Bear Naked's Triple Crown Project
that takes some of the proceeds from their Trail Mix products and gives
it to organizations that work hard to maintain and restore the best
long distance hiking trails in the US. Interesting enough... the Appalachian Mix is my favorite-- the only one of the trails I've actually spent time on.
So -- drop by their website and find out where you can purchase their products.
First, I want to apologize for my absence. The couple of months has re-educated me that Life has a unique ability to surprise and delight a person every once in a while and throw one off kilter.
The good news is that the Hubby and I are expecting our first (likely only) tot in January. My absence from the blogosphere has not been due to any horrible event. I just simply found impossible to to craft a cogent sentence while under the toxic cloud of progesterone. However, in the second trimester the toxic cloud has lifted and I'm now ready to venture forth and try to be productive.
Thanks for hanging with me and I look forward to jumping back in to things.