Well hello!

I’m Natanya and I’m so glad you’ve found your way to my little corner of the Internet. Welcome!

This blog is where I come to share inspiration and revel with you in the ordinary magic of day-to-day life. Finding the glorious-magical-mystery in every little bit of the everyday. That’s my mission and my purpose and I’m so pleased to have this space to curate my treasures for you.

I blog regularly about discovering life’s purpose, sharing gratitude, accomplishing small goals, and the transition to a more handmade life.

I live in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont with my handsome husband, Simeon, our baby boy, Eli, and our beloved tabby cat, Mary Oliver (aka Mo).

You can also find me tweetin’ and grammin’ on Twitter and Instagram, as @natanyabittman and @natanya.bittman.

Want to get in touch? I love getting your emails! Contact me at natanya.bittman [at] gmail [dot] com.

Cheers to the next adventure,


3 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Natanya.

    I wanted to thank you for quoting me and sharing a piece of the Altar your Space book with your viewers/readers.

    I forget sometimes what I write and I was grateful to be reminded myself of living with grace through that quote.

    Your blog is terrific. It is a beautiful thing to see a woman who so clearly dwells in her grace and loves with openness.


    1. Natanya Green says:

      Hi Jagatjoti!

      Thank you for the kind comment. A co-worker brought in your book the other day and I was entranced by the imagery and written intent. Living in a dorm-like space at Kripalu, I’m looking into ways to make my small space more “mine” more sacred. That quote really spoke to the essence of my journey to fill it with meaningful items and allow it to sit empty until I find the right things (or they find me!).

      I checked out your website, and I really love your photographs. The kids seem so at ease as subjects with you behind the camera!


  2. Hi Natanya. I found your through Elise’s blog today, and saw that you live in the Berkshires too. I love finding other bloggers from the Berkshires.

    I like your blog, and see that you’ve spent time at Kripalu too. I’m often there taking yoga classes, so maybe I’ll see you there one of these days. 🙂

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