Good day and welcome to Sweet Savory Sustainable
My name is Angie.
I am a California native; Bay Area born and raised. I am a talent advisor for a high-tech giant by day, and by all other accounts… I’m a boy mom. I wrangle chickens. I grow food. My dogs are my co-pilots. I cook from scratch often. I’m always taking pictures. I can’t live without music. I need to move constantly & love lifting heavy things. I’m a Jiu-Jitsu mom (think soccer mom). I thrive when I can teach others, when I can create, and when I’m learning, growing, and helping others. My passion runs deep for food, music, photography, writing, art, staying active, the environment, community, and family, and enjoying the fruits of the outdoors.
The idea behind Sweet Savory Sustainable started with food but the journey has become so much more. It has become growth, a creative journey for myself. I’m learning how to live a little simpler while tapping into the things that make my soul sing.
I love to write. I love to take pictures. I chose to use the blog to showcase my passion while writing about food, homesteading, family, crafting, natural and holistic wellness, fitness, education, community, and local businesses. I am sharing my learning process. Writing, taking pictures, cooking, working with the earth, staying connected to nature, being with my boys… these things help me, keep me alive and motivated for more. My hope is that something I share will help someone else seeking similar information; if anything happens to resonate with just one human, I’ve done what I came here to do.
Through Sweet Savory Sustainable I will share this creative journey…
For those who’ve been there since the beginning, I say thank you. For those who are just joining, I say thank you too. Welcome to Sweet Savory Sustainable. I’d love to hear from you. Comments, questions, suggestions, ideas, anything. This is a creative lifestyle and a learning process… let’s learn and grow together!
I’m getting creative… back to basics…
The views and opinions expressed on my blog are solely mine and not intended to impose on anyone.
When I use media, quotes, or excerpts, I will state the source referenced via footnote or link. In the event I am unable link the reference, I will note that it is not my work and I do not intend to misuse the content in any way.
I would appreciate it if you do the same.
Thanks for reading!! ~Angie