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Consider Experiential Gifts if You Want to Connect

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Consider Experiential Gifts if You Want to Connect

Have you ever received a gift that meant so much to you it changed your life? Now, I’m not going to claim a good coffee mug or an especially soft pair of socks can’t change your life, but there’s something special about the gift of experience. Experiential gifts can help […]
Hatidze in profile

A World Apart: Traditional Beekeeping in Macedonia

A World Apart I’m curious if I was the only one who was incredibly uncomfortable watching Honeyland, a documentary that won big at Sundance this year. Filmmakers Tamara Kotevska and Ljubo Stefanov present the story of Hatidze Muratova, an aging woman with a dying mother living in rural Macedonia. It […]
Boy looking at the bumblebee using magnifying glass,

Should You Add Bees or Chickens to Your Outdoor Classroom?

                  As you look to develop your school’s outdoor classroom, you may be asking that difficult question: bees or chickens? Here’s a scorecard to help you make that decision.  Rules There may be city and county ordinances for both chickens and honeybees. […]
A Honey Hunter on a Cliff

Mad Honey: A Retelling of Vice’s Video on Nepalese Honey

Vice covers edgy topics and dives deep into the underbelly of some of the most fascinating and terrifying facets of human existence. Their video, “The Nepalese Honey That Makes People Hallucinate” is indeed fascinating, with the typical vivid imagery accompanying an intriguing story about people half a world away and […]
Honey beer bread

The *Best* Honey-Based Recipes for Fall

Can we construct an entire meal with every dish, every morsel containing a bit of honey? Yes. Yes, we can. I’ve compiled a set of honey-based recipes for you honey lovers out there, from some of our favorite recipe websites.  I can’t say they are no-fail because, human error, but […]