we have Olivia Lin as our Guest Hunter. She’s co-owner and designer of The Little Hummingbird (check out the other half here), is a vegan blogger and also USA Director of Food4Africa. She loves all animals, but especially her 3 furry family members Lucciano, Valentine + Bernard. Olivia enjoys music, a good dance party and So You Think You Can Dance! She has a fondness for gifts + things that keep on giving, products created by independent artists + designers, and like a true California girl.. flip-flops. The Yummy Year Project, which happens to be one of our daily reads, is Olivia’s blog where she cooks, bakes and tries out different recipes all for a great cause. Even with a lot going on, this kind soul finds time to give back. So you’ll definitely want to KEEP READING to see more of Olivia’s creativity and philanthropy, which is something to be admired.
Photo: Bao Vang
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Apple Harvest Oatmeal
is by far my favorite meal of the day, and I’m excited to take a little break from my morning cup of yogurt to try this Apple Harvest Oatmeal. It looks delicious, and the best part about it is that it comes from The Yummy Year Project (thanks Archna for the introduction.) This amazing initiative is a way to cook in more, make healthier choices and at the same time support a great cause. The YYP is also a fundraiser to support the Ebongalethu Educare Center in Motherwell, South Africa. So stop by this amazing blog to not only get the Apple Harvest Oatmeal recipe, but to do some good while you are there.
Photo: Olivia Lin
savvy entrepreneur, Archna Patel. She owns parasols boutique, which is a darling online shop that carries a wonderful assortment of apparel and toys. Archna lives in Southern California, and is also the co-owner & designer of the little hummingbird, a beautiful line of clothing for girls ages 2 to 8. She also loves music and even dabbles a bit in singing. We are delighted to have her as this week’s Guest Hunter, and inspired by what she has to share with us – so KEEP READING we’re sure you will be too…
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