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Growing Big by Being Small

Growing Big by Being Small

Growing Big by Being Small
my thoughts on a new economy


Pumpkin Spice aMYLK is turning out to be the darling of the season. I had no idea how popular this new flavor would become! It lights me up. Before you head out to the...


Cozy Vibes, It's Liter Season

Cozy Vibes, It's Liter Season

Time to Get Cozy


I can’t wait for rainy market days. Why is rain a good thing? The rains signal that it's Cozy Season which means aMYLK pumpkin spice steamers, hot tea with aMYLK, adaptogenic aMYLK elixirs, aMYLK hot cocoa, and mornings started with aMYLK lattes....


You Are Magic

You Are Magic

You Are Magic

 

Hi Friends,

I've got my philosopher's hat on again, so before I share my aMYLK News, I want to get geeky in my favorite kind of way and tell you something very important that I think you should know, in...


The True Cost of Fast, Cheap & Easy

The True Cost of Fast, Cheap & Easy

Why Fast, Cheap & Easy is Leading us to Disease
 
I received a text yesterday from someone asking me if it really costs $12 to get aMYLK couriered to her house. That comment got me thinking about how accustomed we have become to getting our food Fast, Cheap and Easy. The fact is, at $12 I actually take a loss. I'm sure that thought never crossed her mind.  

Let's go back to the beginning.  Why did I start aMYLK? 

I started aMYLK to heal myself and to provide the opportunity for others to heal as well.

One day I woke up and I...


The Philosophical Musings of a Mylk Maid Part II

The Philosophical Musings of a Mylk Maid Part II

There is nothing that I enjoy more than sitting in the garden on a warm summer day nestled amidst trellised green beans and towering corn with a good book. I grew up with privilege and while I am aware of that now, as a small child I had no idea that I was living in the idyllic wonderland of my parents' creation. 

My childhood home sat on a little over an acre in the Portland hills. Minutes from downtown, it might have been a world away. We were enclosed on three sides by forest and a sea of flowers, fruit and...