UA-25718080-1
Proudly envisioned and manufactured in the USFree Shipping in the US for Orders over $50
(0) Basket
  • No products in basket.
use coupon code FREESHIP at check out

Welcome to our blog, we will keep you informed

Use of the Week — Bakery Goodies

Use of the Week — Bakery Goodies

By:
Categories: Use of the Week
One of my weaknesses is a baked treat from my home or the nearest bakery. A couple blocks from our home is a delicious café called Sycamore Kitchen. They have great sandwiches and salads, but their baked good are incredible! They have buttercups, blueberry bars, molasses chews, pumpkin bread, br ...
Read more →
Smoothie Prep with neat-os

Smoothie Prep with neat-os

By:
Categories: blog
Smoothies are a delicious and nutritious way to start your day, but do you ever find yourself avoiding them due to the prep time required? 100 Days of Real Food offers some great tips for saving precious time in the mornings by bagging smoothie ingredients ahead of time. Simply set aside the necessa ...
Read more →
When Food Miles Become Food Footsteps: The Movement for Grocery Stores to Sell Local Produce

When Food Miles Become Food Footsteps: The Movement for Grocery Stores to Sell Local Produce

By:
Categories: blog, popular posts
America has a growing and welcome infatuation with ultra-fresh and locally produced food, with celebrities like First Lady Michelle Obama leading the way. People who like to shop locally and healthily have been nicknamed ‘locavores’ by the media, and it is becoming a real fashion craze! At last! ...
Read more →
RIP Sir Sealy the First

RIP Sir Sealy the First

By:
Categories: blog
 A sad story, but very timely for Earth Day. Yesterday, a good friend sent me an email and picture from her day at the beach with her 8 year old daughter. "It was a picture perfect beach day, blue sky, sun shining and a nice warm breeze, who could ask for anything more?  I was walkin ...
Read more →
Five Ways to Make Earth Day Last all Year

Five Ways to Make Earth Day Last all Year

By:
Categories: blog
Did you know that every year on April 22nd, people from around the globe come together to celebrate Earth Day and demonstrate their support for environmental issues? The first Earth Day was held in 1969 but it has come a very long way since then. A billion people in 192 countries will mark this year ...
Read more →
Some Basic Yet Weighty Decisions

Some Basic Yet Weighty Decisions

By:
Categories: blog
 Full disclosure post from a learning entrepreneur:Every time I think I have the manufacturing piece worked out, a glitch comes up. One time, my sewer lost his factory. Another time half the bags came unusable, they split when I did my quality checks. I have been looking for a new place to make ...
Read more →
Old Discoveries, New Tag Line

Old Discoveries, New Tag Line

By:
Categories: blog
Not sure what I ate last night but something made me have inspiring dreams. Old friends I haven't thought of in while came into my dreams, and I think I will give them a call today. The other dream I had was about neat-os, which I don't recall ever dreaming about before.In my dream I was poorly pit ...
Read more →
Grades of Green, an Organization After My Own Heart

Grades of Green, an Organization After My Own Heart

By:
Categories: blog
I never would have come up with neat-os if we were still living in Berkeley. When you live in the Bay Area you know you live in a bubble, you just don't know how big that bubble is until you leave. When my kids started their new school a week after we moved to LA, they came home from school with al ...
Read more →
10 Days of “Real” Food

10 Days of “Real” Food

By:
Categories: blog, popular posts
  It’s not that we were that unhealthy a family to begin with. I don’t go to fast food joints, I try to limit the amount of junk food my kids eat, and I serve a lot of vegetables. However, I do also have a major sweet tooth, chocolate is probably my favorite food, and I love Coke ...
Read more →
Repurpose and Reuse

Repurpose and Reuse

By:
Categories: blog
We've been having an extra lot of spills and breakage around the house lately. Don't know if Venus is in retrograde or we are all just a little clumsy, either way we are down to a handful of everyday cups and glasses. I have looked at a couple vintage stores and new ones to see what's out there. Not ...
Read more →
Page 3 of 612345...Last »