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What Do You Feed Yourself?

Notes from QueenBee: What Do You Feed Yourself? Hello, Everyone! How did the blue glass exercise go? What did you notice? How did you feel? I’d still love to hear from you about your experience. Now, let’s talk about a central theme in personal sustainability, “What Do You Feed Yourself?” Yes, I’m talking about food.…

QueenBee and Friends Eat with Chef Ron Eyester

Restaurant Review Following Chef Ron Eyester

Following Chef Ron Eyester – QueenBee’s Restaurant Review of the Month My spiritual partner met Chef Ron Eyester several years ago when Ron did a presentation for the staff at the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau. Tolen came home that night and commented about Ron’s authenticity and sense of humor. I couldn’t wait to meet…

QueenBee In Resource for Local Honey and Practical Sustainability

Your Resource for Local Honey and Practical Sustainability

Let Us Bee Your Resource for Local Honey
and Practical Sustainability

It’s been an exciting week at Bee Wild. So many new possibilities and changes are buzzing around the hive.

As we posted on Wednesday, John Wright has had great conversations with the Core Team about how we can fulfill even more of our promises to support you with our local honey, real food, and practical information about sustainability. We want to be a part of the support you need to thrive during these times of chaotic change.  (If you haven’t read the post, here’s the link.) (By the way, the graphic is so cute, we used it again on this post!)

QueenBee’s Blog Schedule

We know you need a resource you can count on, so we had QueenBee develop a regular posting schedule. We’d like to share that schedule with you today. Let us know if there are any other topics that you’d like her to write about.

We’ll be posting a blog every Wednesday and have recurring themes. That way, if a particular topic interests you, you know which week we’re going to be writing on that theme. Here are the recurring topics:

First Week of the Month – Bees, pollinators, an inside look at happenings on the bee farm (including videos), and what’s effecting our bees and our honey crops.

Second Week of the Month – Since we are foodies and inveterate music lovers and theater goers, we thought you’d enjoy it if we reviewed real food restaurants, local events, farmers markets, shows, products and services, etc.

Third Week of the Month –  We’re going to discuss sustainability in all its facets. Topics may include real food, wellness tips, water quality, crisis management, easy change, articles from 1% for the Planet and Center for Food Safety (our charity partners), etc. We also will write about food justice for children and other topics that will contribute to the community.

Fourth Week of the Month – Notes from QueenBee – This is your monthly heart-to-heart with QueenBee. Over the years, we’ve gotten so much positive feedback about how reading her Notes have helped our readers, we asked her if she would continue to talk to you about what’s on her mind.

Honey Recipes and Newsletter

Many of our customers ask for honey recipes, so we will continue to retool our Honey recipe website (An article about how our recipes are put together as health-promoting resources is coming soon!). So, we will be (re)posting at least one healthy honey recipe a month.

Finally, our newsletter will come out the last weekend of the month, including articles, introductions to team members, healthy honey recipes, the monthly discount, and information about our Giving Partners, One Percent for the Planet and Center for Food Safety.

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