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Rachel Wolf
Driftless, WI
Lover of wild places, blogger, homesteader-in-training, homeschooling mama, & the owner of LüSa Organics. At home in the hills of the Driftless.
Interests: Writing, knitting, mothering, farming, exploring, and living life out loud.
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Oh, you beautiful soul. Thank you. For what you started, for inspiration, for the comfort you brought so many of us out there walking a similar path in those early parenting days... for sharing the gifts that you have. I understand all of this so well. It's silent in my space most weeks as well. They truly aren't our stories anymore. And that's just as it should be. Big love from Wisco (and see you in June! Squee!) ~ Rachel
Toggle Commented Mar 23, 2019 on See You Soon! at SouleMama
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I love this so, so much. And I love your open door and open heart. Here's to community, even if it's not *exactly* what we thought we were looking for. xox
Toggle Commented Jun 28, 2018 on moving out at SouleMama
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Oh, honey. just seeing this now. We have been there, time and again. These are the hardest to shake off. But we learn, we pick ourselves up, and we carry on. Sorry for your loss and all of the messy feelings that come along with it. x
Toggle Commented Jun 21, 2018 on Oh, Nutmeg at SouleMama
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In case any of you missed the memo, there's a BIG announcement up on my new blog today! Find all the details about my new book here. (Squee!) Continue reading
Posted May 30, 2018 at Clean.
Gah! That yellow!
Toggle Commented May 19, 2018 on Brimfield treasures! at SouleMama
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Hello, friends! I've been contacted by several people in the past weeks asking why they are no longer receiving blog notifications. I'm guessing a few of you missed the memo that I have moved my blog, and thought I'd send... Continue reading
Posted May 14, 2018 at Clean.
Love you; love this. And it looks fabulous. Of course it does! x
Toggle Commented Apr 12, 2018 on cathartic at SouleMama
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Big news, my friends! I'm moving my blog from here to my shiny new site, I think you'll find my new blog is nicer to look at, easier to navigate, and more mobile-friendly. Do tell me what you think!... Continue reading
Posted Mar 22, 2018 at Clean.
Hi Elizabeth! The bread that Sage made was actually yeast-leavened. It is this recipe, and since we didn't have access to coarse Irish wheat, he made the substitution with a bit of wheat germ, as outlined. Enjoy!
Toggle Commented Mar 20, 2018 on Irish breakfast (and lunch... and dinner) at Clean.
Lupine is all about the celebrations. I mean seriously all about it. Is professional party-planning a life goal? If so, she's already there. Each year she goes full out for Valentine's Day, friends' birthdays, Winter Solstice, and our spring celebration.... Continue reading
Posted Mar 20, 2018 at Clean.
For those of you who have been meaning to get your daily magnesium program dialed in, Magnisum Mist (my topical magnesium oil) is 15% off, this week only. I started making my own magnesium oil (a misnomer, as it contains... Continue reading
Posted Mar 17, 2018 at Clean.
Glimpsing this sweet moment last night did all sorts of funny things to my heart. Because most days lately, this swing hangs empty. Yet it feels like only a heartbeat ago when, one summer evening, the four of us crafted... Continue reading
Posted Mar 15, 2018 at Clean.
Such a bummer that Amazon retired their "store" feature and the list is lost. What categories were you most interested in? I can do a future book list in the coming months, perhaps.
Toggle Commented Mar 13, 2018 on A book list at Clean.
After a month or two away, we brushed off our Bodgery membership and headed back to our makerspace for the very best sort of homeschooling day. A full day of making is truly our bliss. Honestly -- what could be... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2018 at Clean.
I'm one for never looking up a weather forecast, for any reason. Ever. Fortunately I married a man who does it often. (Sometimes I suspect for entertainment purposes only.) Thankfully, he filled me in that there was snow in the... Continue reading
Posted Mar 7, 2018 at Clean.
If the photos above are any indicator, we'd have twice as much syrup in the pantry if we hadn't developed such a taste for hot sap at all stages of cooking. In truth, this ritual is more of our spring... Continue reading
Posted Mar 5, 2018 at Clean.
Just this weekend I decided I needed a skirt that fits this description! Thanks for the generosity, ladies. Lookin' good!
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Above: Spring Treasure Box sneak-peek! When pressed to name my favorite product, I'm always at a loss. It depends on the day, really. This week I'm all about one of the items I stole from the (yet to be released)... Continue reading
Posted Mar 4, 2018 at Clean.
I have played more rounds of hide and seek with my family in the past week than I have in the past eight months. There's something about the early spring thaw that brings out the little kid in all of... Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2018 at Clean.
Hey Charity! The knife is our favorite, a Light My Fire from Mora. Here's an afflink to the page where we bought it: We have, on occasion, found them on Sierra Trading Post as well, for a bargain. (Every member of our family has one!)
Toggle Commented Mar 1, 2018 on When we grow up at Clean.
That's the book, Lena! Here's another link if anyone else needs it:
Toggle Commented Feb 28, 2018 on Making bitters at Clean.
Hi Lena! I went into detail in the article I wrote for Taproot (linked above), but essentially bitter flavors stimulate your digestive system to improve digestion and nutrient absorption and reduce stomach upset. This book, but the founders of Urban Moonshine looks promising. I havent laid my hands on it yet, but I do trust and appreciate their work. (Thats an afflink, FYI.) Hope its helpful for you!
Toggle Commented Feb 27, 2018 on Making bitters at Clean.
Lupine and I spent the morning prepping two small, personalized batches of digestive bitters. We enjoy drinking them in either carbonated or still water before meals, boosting our digestion and giving us something to sip on while we cook. I've... Continue reading
Posted Feb 27, 2018 at Clean.
Hey, Amy! The kids and I have decided to set aside specific time for some bare-bones "lessons" this season, to round out their growing knowledge. Specifically we're (two to three times per week) doing spelling, math, creative writing, and (when we remember to add it) sexuality and reproductive health. Still unschooling 99% of the time though... :-)
Toggle Commented Feb 27, 2018 on DIY Organizational Planner at Clean.
One week later, we worked our way across the state, making our way toward home once more. Away from this river that I know more deeply than perhaps any other place; away from these winding wooded trails that I skied... Continue reading
Posted Feb 26, 2018 at Clean.