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Welcome to Honey & Pine! If you’re here that means you share my interest in slow simple living and I’m excited to have you as a new part of our community. 

We believe paradise can be found at home and it’s our mission to share that with you through our own mountain life, gardening tips, homemaking advice, and favorite comfort food recipes. In our first 5 years of marriage we moved 6 times before ultimately leaving Atlanta, GA for Charleston, WV. We realized the grass really is greenest in our own front yard and learned to find contentment here at home. 

You may be in the same place we were before moving to the mountains if you

  • Feel overwhelmed by a long list of demands for your time
  • Compare yourself to others and feel inadequate
  • Are in debt and financially over-extended due to pressure to “keep up with the Joneses”
  • Rely on restaurants or fast food because you don’t have time for a home-cooked meal

Together, we’re going to try to break those destructive habits and embrace a life of simplicity, comfort, and everyday joy. We hope you enjoy Honey & Pine and that it makes you feel like home.

Popular Content

Please, use the navigation menu at the top of the page to browse our blog categories. If you want to go straight to what’s loved, here’s are a few links to posts that have been popular here on Honey & Pine:

Join Our Community

We love to hear from our readers and would love to become friends. Below we’ve shared a few ways you can connect with Honey & Pine and what to expect from each one.

Email

Join our email list to receive access to our subscriber resources which is always being updated with new checklists, worksheets, schedules, planning sheets, and more. You’ll also receive periodic email updates from us but we won’t spam you or sell your email address to anyone, promise. We hate spam too and selling your email is shady. If you change your mind later you can easily unsubscribe with a single click.



Facebook

We post links to content we know you’ll love (ours and others) on our Facebook page. It’s one of our favorite communities and we would love for you to come and be a part of it. 

Instagram

Instagram is where we share pictures of our mountain life including hiking trips, travel adventures, our dogs, recipes, and other daily peeks into what’s going on at H&P. We’re relatively new to the platform but we love the friends we’re making over there.

Twitter

If you want to talk about current events, world news, and other trending topics follow Ashley’s Twitter account at @ashleyfromhp. We have an official account for Honey & Pine but it’s pretty inactive as we prefer to use Twitter to engage with current affairs. We block trolls but we do welcome conversation. 

Pinterest

Our Pinterest is a great source of inspiration to encourage you on your journey to slow, simple, sustainable living. We have boards for homesteading, homemaking, simple recipes, and much more that’ll inspire you to continue building paradise at home.

If you just want to send us an email, that’s great too. You can reach out to ashley@honeyandpine.co.