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We’re going to bring you a 10 minute daily practice complete with goats. Why involve the goats? Because, it’s a cornerstone to our personal belief that all of us can benefit from even a Frankenstein version of yoga. Your skill level doesn’t matter. What matters is that you’re out there doing it.

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Rachael Taylor-Tuller
Donation Season

It’s that time of year. The time of year when all small business owners start getting calls and emails, asking if they’d like to donate a product or an event experience to the gala/auction/charity event/etc. Donation Season.

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Rachael Taylor-Tuller
On the occasion of your birthday

At some point in her life someone will tell her she is too much. She’s too fast, too loud, too silly…I fight like hell to not be that person. One of my biggest fears is that she will be smothered by this world, chewed up and molded into a half semblance of the person she came out of my body being. 

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Rachael Taylor-Tuller
Broken

Maybe someday we’ll write a book. And we’ll call it, “How Not to Start a Goat Dairy.” And everyone will buy it because it will be hilariously funny in the, can you believe those people did, kind of way.

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Rachael Taylor-Tuller
Don't Quit Your Daydream

The other night, as Matthew and I were pouring our tired bodies into bed, both children asleep, Obachan all tucked in (more on that later), the animals milked and fed, cheese orders packaged up and ready to go out the next morning, and just a few dishes still in the sink from dinner (sleep > clean kitchen), he said to me…

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Rachael Taylor-Tuller
No Spend August

Cooking with incredible ingredients can elevate any meal. This was pretty much the case every night for us. As farmers we have access to the most pure ingredients in the world. Sometimes our whole plate was filled with a feast from the farm, veggies, berries, eggs, cheese, and meat...but other nights we loaded up on veggies and let the cheese be the star of the show…

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Rachael Taylor-Tuller
Too much poop

Before the mainstream use of chemicals all farmer's practiced regenerative agriculture. They would rotate cows, cover crops, market crops, you get the idea, across their land. This practice actually made their farms more resilient to pests, increased the nutrition in the soil, and produced healthier, safer food…

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Rachael Taylor-Tuller
Grief

For all the people out there who may be wanting to help someone grieve: Don't treat to fix it. There's nothing to fix. Don't ignore it. It will sit there like an elephant in the room making everyone uncomfortable. Speak their name. Share a memory. Offer a listening ear. Be present. 

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Rachael Taylor-Tuller