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Spending the Winter with Stonyfield Organic

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*This is a sponsored post for Stonyfield Organic, a family favorite at our house!

The days get shorter, the nights get colder, but there’s always something good to look forward to as winter approaches.  Growing up on the farm, it was often a cup of hot cocoa by the wood-burning fireplace.  I especially loved everything about Christmas time at home and church, including my mom’s cooking.GirlsApronsMeFlourSackMama

This winter, I’ll make time to share as many simple traditions as possible with the family I’m raising.  And there’s something new to look forward to. I’m honored to have been selected as a Stonyfield blogger, an ambassador for a season, being sponsored to do what I already love.  This means I’ll be regularly posting about Stonyfield, both at and on Stonyfield’s blog, The Yogurt Dish.  Plus, I’ll be sponsored to attend one professional conference sometime next year, where perhaps I’ll meet you!

Choosing to move from a traditional journalism background into new media has been the natural choice for me as parenthood has opened another dimension in my life.  I’ve shared with many of you that I feel called to cover topics you often don’t see in popular media today.  I appreciate how connecting with an authentic brand like Stonyfield Organic can fit with efforts to carry on the best of Grandma’s traditions while improving on what we know better.

On some days this holiday season, what our family observes as Advent, the girls and I will take time for old-fashioned scratch cooking with the occasional lighter update from a resource like organic yogurt.


Other times, like the frenzied week of rehearsals for their Nutcracker ballet performance, the best I’ll do is get a cup of convenient Stonyfield Greek into the mix to nourish their growing bodies. Something old, something new.  Isn’t that the way family traditions go?


I’ve been an unpaid #YoGetters ambassador for a while now, enjoying a first chance to sample new flavors and occasional perks, chatting with leaders in science and agriculture, even interviewing Stonyfield founder Gary Hirshberg.  Here’s a look at previous content I’ve brought you about feeding our families and the importance of organics.

Stonyfield Chairman Gary Hirshberg Talks GMOs

Waking Up with Stonyfield for Breakfast in Chicago

Fight Pesticides:  Support Farmers

Winning Muffin Recipe

Be sure to follow these other new Stonyfield bloggers this winter:

Carissa Bonham of Creative Green Living

Liza Hawkins of (a)Musing Foodie


*This is a sponsored post for Stonyfield Organic, a family favorite at our house!


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