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Glacier National Park is the place where I realized that I am not an atheist. It’s the place where I have most viscerally tapped into a sense of a greater power, of scale, time, vastness, and the humble truth of my own smallness. I spent my first trip there with a wide-open mouth, listening to this […]

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  • Sasha - This is truly beautiful. The photos, the words, the feeling. Thank you for sharing such a heartfelt post. I couldn’t agree more with all of the sentiments you shared here and am looking forward to reading that TTW. Together, we can make a difference, so thank you for joining us today.ReplyCancel

  • Sasha Swerdloff - This is truly beautiful. The photos, the words, the feeling. Thank you for sharing such a heartfelt post. I couldn’t agree more with all of the sentiments you shared here and am looking forward to reading that TTW. Together, we can make a difference, so thank you for joining us today.ReplyCancel

  • Diana Zahuranec - Beautiful post, incredible pictures. And I totally get you, I’ve undergone the same transition from atheist to definite belief in *something* undefined, from the beauty and power of nature.ReplyCancel

  • Elise Gold - I am inspired by your photos and words. I loved the clip that you shared from “The Hour of Land” and hope to read it some day. Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Sophie MacKenzie - I love everything about this post, Kimberly. Truly breathtaking, all of it <3ReplyCancel

  • christine desroches - This is beautiful and hits so true. Thank you xReplyCancel

  • Sandra Lea - Such a beautiful place, I hope to see it someday. And I’m a huge Kate Bush fan.ReplyCancel

  • stefani - I love your writing and pictures so much!ReplyCancel

  • Peter Stafford - Kimberly, that was wonderfully written, accompanied by eye-catching photos. I get a similar spirituality by hiking in the High Sierras or on the Camino de Santiago. Thank you for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Traci | Vanilla And Bean - Thank you for this, Kimberly. My heart is full. <3ReplyCancel

  • Dad - I must say I was moved by your photography and wordsReplyCancel

  • Rosey - Well said, I do agree. Lovely pictures.ReplyCancel

  • Diane Larabee - You are an inspiration. Thank you for reminding me to appreciate!

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  • Lisa - Kimberly, your photos of Glacier are absolutely beautiful! What a wonderfully written, inspiring post. Thanks for the TTW suggestion!ReplyCancel

Self-care feels more important than ever. The world seems so very fragile right now, so unstable. While I know that my perception of that is somewhat informed by the constant barrage of news, and also the sad fact that most news seems to be defined by its awfulness – again, why can’t good news be […]

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  • jane - Awesome, love it. Thank you.
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  • christine desroches - I, too, tend to encourage all things self-care when it’s me who is feeling particularly in need. I love the idea for this series. Do you make your own fire cider? If so, what recipe do you use? I have seen recipes for it (they all vary a bit!) but haven’t ever tried it myself — hearing what an impact it seems to have made on your immune system, I think I might try it as a preventative step next Fall, and consume it through the winter. Personally, my favourite self-care strategies involve a fulsome and super nourishing morning and evening routine, packing my own breakfasts and lunches to bring to work, and listening to classical music while I sit and purposefully calm down. Looking forward to what you share next in this series! xReplyCancel

  • Taylor - OnTheGas - I do prepare simply. Just lemon, hot water and brown sugar/honey. Early morning, I just need to extract the lemon while waiting for the boiling water. I don’t have to throw the squeezed lemon right away as I also need it before taking a shower under my pits. Oops TMI!ReplyCancel

(This post was created in partnership with Lentils.org and their #SpringCleanse campaign. All opinions and writing are my own.) I am amazed, this spring, by the power of the longer evenings and the unfurling buds everywhere to lift me out of the weight of my first winter in the pacific northwest. Man, that was rough. I […]

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  • Tori//Gringalicious.com - Stunning! This is one salad that I could definitely get into!ReplyCancel

    • Kimberley - It’s a winner! Thanks, Tori.ReplyCancel

  • Sam - I love this! Looks like it would be a beautiful choice for Easter.ReplyCancel

  • Sasa - I remember when I was living in Austria (before I came to meet you in SF!) and the winters were so hard but the spring! It almost made up for it.ReplyCancel

    • Kimberley - Oh man, so long ago! I’m hoping spring and summer make up for winter here. :) So nice to hear from you, friend.ReplyCancel

  • Sandra Lea - How do I update my email address to subscribe to your newsletter? The ‘Subscribe’ link at the top of your page is not working.ReplyCancel

    • Kimberley - Hi Sandra, my apologies, this is something I’ve been meaning to fix for a while. I’ll be migrating to Mailchimp soon, and subscribing will be easy peasy then.ReplyCancel

  • thefolia - Viva la lentil, my favorite legume. Happy feasting!ReplyCancel

    • Kimberley - Yes! Viva la lentil. It’s my fave too.ReplyCancel

  • Eva | 1BigBite - I want this spring pilaf in my life today!ReplyCancel

    • Kimberley - I want it back in my life too! So good.ReplyCancel

  • anna - Looks delicious. I rarely eat lentils so I will give this a try. thanks,AnnaReplyCancel