Brittany ThomasHello! My name is Brittany and I’m the owner/writer of The Pistachio Project.

Wanting the best for my children, I started on this journey of becoming green and crunchy. I now realize that not only do they need a safe home but that I do also.

Curious about why this blog is named: The Pistachio Project? My husband came up with it… pistachios are green and they are crunchy… thus a great name for a blog that focuses on all things green and crunchy!

I Didn’t Start Out Crunchy!

I started on this journey after having my first baby. I wasn’t very crunchy, in fact I’d doubt if I knew what the term “crunchy” meant.

However, I started making baby food for my firstborn. Not a huge step in crunchiness but it was a step.

Then came along baby number two. He was given that great joy that is called eczema and I started getting into the world of non-scented, non-dyed products. This was my diving board into the world that is crunchy.

I’m Not Perfect

I don’t proclaim to be 100% crunchy. I don’t believe any one can be 100% crunchy.

I am however on a journey to becoming crunchier. I am slowly adding to my ever growing list of crunchy projects and that is what this blog is about.

As I start a new crunchy project, as I hear about some “new to me” crunchy idea, as I find a new crunchy product I write about it.

Originally I started out writing posts so that I could catalog all that I had changed and to further force myself to research more things that were crunchy.

While those are still definitely my reasons, I now have one more reason to keep writing. You! Sharing my findings with you has and will be a very important part of why I write.

What Is Crunchy?

Crunchy is definitely a new term. Not everyone is familiar with it.

The short answer is that being crunchy is being natural, green, eco-friendly…what have you.

However, if you want more info on the what, why, and how of being crunchy then I recommend you check out these posts!
What is Crunchy?
Why Crunchy?
How To Be Crunchy

Let’s Stay In Touch!

The blog is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the crunchy info I share!

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