The Unscripted Weekly: March Mashup

The Unscripted Weekly features links to various articles I have come across in my travels across the internet.  Feel free to share your own internet journeys, and thoughts on these articles in the comments section.

The Academy Awards are this Sunday, and many stars will be wearing orange pins.  Find out why here.

As the weather warms up, we tend to make it outside a bit more, and maybe even consider a new exercise routine.  The Swedish have combined exercise and environmental responsibility into one with plogging.  Find out more about plogging from Bustle.

Ready to replace a camera, or maybe even make some updates to the house?  Check out the items that are historically cheaper during the month of March.

Sometimes we all need some extra easy in our lives.  Real Simple has us covered with 6 Clever Items to Simplify Your Life.  It’s the little things that can make day to day life a little less stressful.

I love a home that feels put together, but I don’t like the expensive prices that tend to come with that look.  I am a Target shopper when it comes to decorating since we have pets and a child.  But, there are ways to make a home looked a bit more spruced up without breaking the bank.  Here are 5 tricks to get you started.

And last but definitely not least, it’s time to start thinking about your garden if you have one, or plan to start one.  Gardenista has great tips to help you get started.  I always find a step-by-step approach an easy way to create my plan and feel far less overwhelmed.



Meal Delivery Services and Why They May Be Just What You Need

We decided to try a meal delivery service a few months ago, and it’s been a game changer for us.  I have enjoyed meal planning for a long time, but with our schedule getting busier in recent years, it has been a bit of a relief to delegate part of meal planning to a service. Read more

Understanding Organic Foods and GMOs

I majored in Human Nutrition and Foods so I get a lot of questions about diet and food choices.  I had a private practice for several years working with heart patients and women looking to make lifestyle changes.  The questions I got for many years were all about choosing healthy options, but recently, the questions have shifted to not just asking about nutritional content in food, but also a concern about the use of chemicals and GMOs in our food. Read more

Laundry Tips to Keep You Sorted

Laundry is one of those tasks that really never ends.  Just when the last load is folded, kids come in from playing outside covered in dirt and mud.  I’ve done countless loads of wash, and I have ruined my fair share of clothes, so I thought I’d do some research, and find out ways to more effectively complete this to-do. Let’s take closer look at laundry, shall we? Read more