A Sarasota native's journey to wellness, balance, beauty and a greener lifestyle.
by Randi Saba DonahueRSS Feed
Eating to live is so much more important than living to eat.
We grow the aspects of our lives that we feed with energy and engagement.
About Randi Saba Donahue
I was born at Sarasota Memorial Hospital to loving and ever-present parents who are entering their 35th year of marriage (Go Mom and Dad!). I have an older sister, who just welcomed an amazing little girl. Momma and baby are teaching me so much already! I am very fortunate to be married to the man of my dreams and we have two incredible dogs, Duke (a wise and handsome golden retriever) and Finley (a sweet, playful black lab).
While I have had brief explorations all over the world, both for fun and for learning, I find myself right back where I started and settling in quite nicely. This blog is about my journey to a more grounded, holistic, greener way of living and the lessons I learn along the way. I hope you will gain interest in things I am doing to live a full and whole life, and maybe incorporate some into your own lives.
Topics of interest for me are edible gardening, health in general, cooking, nutrition, organic beauty, food preserving, the environment, friendships, crafting, parenting, and so much more! Please feel free to contact me to let me know if there is a particular topic you would like to read more about, or if you have questions about adding any of the things I write about into your life and routine.
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