1. luisa says:

    my goodness, beth. you always take me on a journey. glad you had a safe trip back… i hope our paths cross again in the world. there’s a lot i can learn from you, lovely. looking forward to more adventures through your words. xoxo

  2. Andrea says:

    I’m pretty sure this is my new favorite blog.

  3. Heide says:

    Dear Beth,

    I so love being connected with you, your family and your life’s journey. Your authenticity and genuineness are so refreshing. I absolutely love you!

    Thank you for sharing your self so fully with us all. What a gift and a blessing.

    Heide

  4. kris says:

    i love reading your blog. i am always trying to convince my wife that we should live abroad. your successes are fuel for my fire.
    i have a stain remover recipe for you that i think i invented, but i doubt it. 1. pour hydrogen peroxide on the stain. (i like the bottle tops with a squirt opening) 2. add dawn dish washing soap on it. (i prefer the foaming, pump). 3. wait. (10-30 mins.) 4. wash. i have had amazing results with this and saved many of my two year old’s clothes. happy washing.

  5. Maya says:

    Chuckling to myself as I read your list of provisions. We do the same thing- small suitcase inside the big suitcase to fly home to Canada then stock up on tampons, bras, underwear, socks, agave syrup, cough medicine etc to fly back to China. Glad you had a wonderful holiday! Happy New Year! Looking forward to what you have in store!

  6. amette says:

    HI! I haven’t been reading your blog for long, but long enough to be surprised that you stock up on tampons in the States! If you want to get away from needing this ‘nicety’, you really have to try the Diva Cup! I haven’t bought a tampon or a pad since switching over to this re-usable wonder – just the occasional box of pantyliners to supplement. Try it!

    • Beth says:

      If it’s anything like The Keeper, I used one for years in college and found it less and less effective the more babies I had. I’m curious, though and will check into it! Thanks, Goat Cheese and Goober Peas! 😉

  7. Nice to read you again! Happy New Year, and I look forward to reading about how you jump into the money stream…maybe I will find some inspiration.

  8. heather says:

    Saw that first picture and had to laugh…we were just in Austin for the first time over Christmas break and I recognized Hillside Farmacy- one of our highlights! 🙂 We have returned recently from living in London. Definately a different sort of change than Mexico, but I get all the things you miss. I paid something like $8 for a can of pumpkin imported and even in London, cold medicine just didn’t work, and I felt paralyzed by the thought of buying underwear for my girls! Ha!

  9. Carlos says:

    Quinoa is no easily available in Mexico. But a very close relative, Amaranto. Amaranto(Amaranthus spp.) was a staple for the Aztecs and people of southern Mexico. Amaranto cultivation was prohibited by the Spaniards. Mabe in Tulum is known by another name, maybe huatli, bledo o alegria. Nutritive values and uses are very sililar between Quinoa and Amaranto. The mos usual way amaranto is consumed is like a candy called “Alegrias”.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OaHGFXaWcc

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