How To Sweeten Your Gift-Giving

Handing it over with a smile, naturally, sweetens any gift. But you can give literal sweetness too. With honey.

Give a jar of honey as a stand-alone gift or pair it with just about any present.

~Wrap up pillowcases and give with honey, wishing the recipient sweet dreams.

~Wrap up a book and give with honey because knowledge is sweet.

~Wrap up a housewarming present along with honey, saying “May life here be golden.”

~Wrap up a wedding gift and give with honey because, like true love, honey is good forever. (True! Well, at least the honey part.)


If you live in the Northeast Ohio area, consider buying raw local honey from us at Bit of Earth Farm. We have it available in standard half pound and pound jars, bulk half gallon jars, and charming cork-topped Muth jars. Pick up here Litchfield or head over to Elements Gallery in Peninsula where they carry our honey.

Bit of Earth Farm honey


Find out all need about our honey and pricing here.

And consider the following special honey and poetry book pairing: 

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With any purchase of honey, we offer a reduced price of $10 on Tending, a poetry collection written here on Bit of Earth Farm (available on Amazon for $14). Happy to sign your copy!

“Laura Grace Weldon employs radical empathy to enter into the hidden lives of rutabaga, cows, the neighborhood bully, and the beating heart of life itself. Playful, curious, sensual, she aims to open the reader’s eyes and heart.” ~Alison Luterman, author of See How We Almost Fly and The Largest Possible Life



About Laura Grace Weldon

Laura Grace Weldon is the author of four books and served as 2019 Ohio Poet of the Year. She's the editor of Braided Way: Faces & Voices of Spiritual Practice. She works as a book editor, teaches writing workshops, and maxes out her library card each week.
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4 Responses to How To Sweeten Your Gift-Giving

  1. katechiconi says:

    Oh, I do wish I were closer…
    And may I add, with that wonderful honey I urge you to try the best honey cake I have ever eaten. Period. You’ll find the recipe here:
    The Husband clamours to have it made again and again. The Dowager asks for large chunks to take home after family dinner. The smell of it in the oven is guaranteed to bring a smile to your face.

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