The 20th episode of Wild Family TV is called “Breakfast In Kat’s Kitchen.” Recipe demo videos include: paleo pancakes, blueberry breakfast smoothies, chia seed endurance drinks, and more. This episode launched on June 8, 2017.
The 19th episode of Wild Family TV is called “Kat’s Kitchen Classics.” Recipe demos include: liquid gold ghee, super simple guacamole, vegan roasted pumpkin seed pesto, and more. This episode launched on June 9, 2017.
by Kat Lindsay
In the past few weeks, life has been inviting me to speak my truth. It has been a hard pill to swallow, because I come from a background steeped in “if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.” (I have even caught myself saying this to my oldest son recently.)
The 18th episode of Wild Family TV is called “Mom Moments.” It’s an early celebration of Mother’s Day, with video interviews about motherhood. This episode launched on May 10, 2017.
Asking for help is a humbling, beautiful thing. We asked for help through a housing transition this month, because we felt stuck. Stuck in a pattern of feeling loss and feeling lack. Stuck in a trap of worrying about work, and doubting ourselves, and fearing change. Read More
This month, we received the sad news that we have to move again–for the sixth time in six years as a family. Daniel offered some valuable words of condolence to his mom, who was crying when she first read the email informing us of our 30-day notice. “We’ll be OK as long as we’re together.” Read More
Our family’s first day of homeschool began with a sharing circle. Kat introduced the school, the structure, and the intention. Our mission is this: Co-create a school in which we all learn and grow together as a family. During this exercise, Daniel shared a dream, Rosalie spoke of nightmares, and I spoke of some feelings of sadness. Kat encouraged us all to be real with our feelings as we continue moving forward. We all agreed on our first topic of study: the dolphin. Read More
The 16th episode of Wild Family TV is called “The Guide Inside.” Here we explore the internal guidance system that is our conscience, a.k.a. heart, moral compass, guardian angel, guiding star, guide, God, Innermost, InnerHum, inner knowing, intuition, natural instincts… Call it what you will. We all have this voice in us, and we all have the choice to listen.
A few weeks ago, our 2-year-old son’s hair was shaggy to the point of falling in his eyes and tangling in dreadlocks in the back. We had been discussing a ceremonial haircut for some time, thinking it might help him to release some of his emotional baggage. So, on the last full moon, we hosted a special haircutting ceremony for Gabriel. Read More