Where sustainable living women, Kelsey and Suzette, empower you to live a green life you'll love.
Magical Plants & Flowers with Two Green Witches, Chris Young and Susan Ottaviano
This episode is all about love potions from the garden. Our guests Chris Young and Susan Ottaviano, better known as the 2 Green Witches, believe that all plants are magical. Their new book, The Green Witch’s Guide to Magical Plants & Flowers (6/6/23 Skyhorse Publishing) shares how to bring more love and contentment into your life using flowers, plants and other elements of nature. Unlock the secrets hiding in your garden by transforming everyday flowers, fruits, and plants into bath salts, herbal infusions, soaps, sachets, tinctures, and more.
You’ll hear about:
Food for the Soul
Magical Mindfulness and
Finding balance on the homestead, from farming with kids to entrepreneurship, with Jill Winger of The Prairie Homestead
Kelsey is back on the podcast for a fun heart-to-heart with Jill Winger of The Prairie Homestead, one of the foremost homesteading websites since 2010.
Jill is a powerhouse in the homesteading community, sharing her love of living off the land with all her readers and listeners. Her practical and authentic teaching style and storytelling have won the hearts of hundreds of thousands of homesteaders across social media and through the top-ranked Old Fashioned on Purpose podcast and the best-selling Prairie Homestead Cookbook.
In this episode, we have an honest chat all about:
Kids on the farm - the good, bad, and the ugly
Finding a sustainable balance between parenting and homesteading
Running a business (or multiple businesses!) with your spouse
How to focus on what you love about homestead instead of “doing it all”
Jill’s new book Old Fashioned On Purpose (now a Top New Release!)
Jill and her family also run Genuine Beef Company, which ships grass-finished beef nationwide, as well as the Chugwater Soda Fountain. She has been featured in Urban Farm, Farm & Ranch Living, COWGIRL magazine, Woman’s Day, HuffPost, the Wall Street Journal, Wyoming PBS, People, and Buzzfeed. She resides on the Wyoming prairie with her husband, three children, and more farm animals than she can count.
Repair, Reuse, Reduce with Checo Diaz and Gear Hugger
On this episode of PGP, we’re talking about Gear Hugger with founder Checo Diaz.
Like most people, Checo was relying on old-fashioned, toxic lubricants for his tune-ups and to keep his gear in prime condition. He realized there was a disconnect between his love for nature and how he and many other outdoor lovers were inadvertently introducing petroleum and toxic chemicals into the ecosystem through their gear.
Checo realized he could create a solution and set out to introduce a better, cleaner plant-powered way to keep his gear going longer while taking petroleum and harmful chemicals out of the equation. His family had been in the industrial lubricant business for 70 years, and he decided to make it his mission to expand his family’s legacy and create a more sustainable, eco-friendly future.
My First Year of Motherhood with Annie Chensoff
Motherhood is a very personal and powerful experience and yet many mothers find themselves receiving advice on how to parent differently or better. We may get it from books, online or from a random stranger on the street--some of it is wanted, most of it is unwanted. One of the things that does warrant more conversation is the transition from being childless to all of a sudden being responsible for another person’s life and well being. In this episode, Suzette talks with Annie Chensoff, a mama, partner, school garden educator, doula and herbalist. One of Annie’s greatest passions in life is connecting with others in the shared joy and love for the natural world; she has done this through designing, building and teaching in gardens for people of all ages for the past 15 years. Annie is the founder and co-director of Partum Gardens, a weekly garden gathering that supports birthing bodies and their families through earth connection, education and community.
Spring Wellness Tips with Carrie Stone
In part 2 of the 2023 PGP wellness series, we’re talking all about self care with Carrie Stone, licensed massage therapist.
Suzette and Carrie share easy self-care tips that we can do in our everyday lives. This episode is about so much more than a spa date! You don’t want to miss what these two are talking about, including how self-care is often closer than you think.
Kelsey & Suzette's Favorite Things for Earth Day
Guess who is on today’s special Earth Day episode? Tune in to find out! We’re talking all about our favorite things for Earth Day!
This is an episode full of tips for making Earth Day everyday from grocery shopping to our favorite apps that help with making decisions about what you buy.
We don’t shy away from calling out who and what are really responsible for the climate crisis (Hint: Just 100 corporations). Join Kelsey and Suzette for our favorite things for this Earth Day special Positively Green Podcast episode.
In this episode you’ll hear:
▪️Suzette’s tips for being earth friendly around the house
▪️Kelsey’s go-to apps for baby clothes and toys
▪️Secrets for making your laundry room low waste
▪️How everyday activities can be earth friendly with small shifts
▪️Ways to find out what your local representatives think about climate change
Tune in at the link in our bio! 🎧
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This podcast makes you feel like you've just had a smoothie for your spirit - it's always positive, actionable, and entertaining! Every episode is easy to relate to and always speaks to me right where I'm at. Thank you for the inspiration, ladies!
Dripping with privilege
I will be up front and say I only listened to the episode about how you do not need to go vegan to be sustainable. I don’t really have an interest in hearing more. I am not a full time vegan and don’t see myself as ever being able to achieve that, but the way this was talked about really just turned me off. As a white woman who is very passionate about being green and sustainable, I understand that it’s not easy for everyone to be that way. The comments about eating meat isn’t bad if you get it from regenerative farms and sustainable sources came across as extremely tone deaf to me and just dripped with privilege. I’m sorry, but not everyone can afford to get grass fed meats and shop at regenerative farms. Not only that, it’s just not available to everyone based on where they live. And we all can’t afford to have our own acreage where we can do it ourselves. I believe the podcast was well intentioned and did have some interesting facts, hence 2 stars, but these women really need to check their privilege at the door. Maybe then it would be more relatable and palatable. Also, I died laughing when tomatoes were said to be viewed equally as chicken in terms of needing to be harvested/killed for human consumption. Come on now.