Words of wisdom: Building a house is always behind schedule and over budget. We’re currently still living with family while our house is being completed and, not only is it stressful to know our house is still not done and our belongings are still spread out between three different houses in two different states, but … Continue reading Twice Baked Fajita Sweet Potatoes
Ladies – let me introduce you to my new favorite thing about my period. The Diva Cup is a menstrual cup, which means its a cup that – yup – you know where I’m going with this – catches your blood during menstruation. If you’re the kind of gal who can’t handle a) a little … Continue reading Everything you wanted to know about the Diva Cup.
I don’t normally consider recipes that have multiple parts – I’m more of a single-pan or crock-pot kind of girl – but the other day I came across this AMAZING looking recipe in an old issue of Cooking Light and I had to try it. A typical weeknight for me and my husband includes leaving … Continue reading Vietnamese Meatballs & Shredded Veggies
People – you’re seriously gonna want to try these. I’m serious! What better way to re-imagine the good ol’ classic tuna sandwich?! Ditch the bread – mash up some avocado – grab a skillet – ahh! They’re DE-licious! What you’ll need… 12 oz solid white tuna in water (three 4oz cans) 1/2 cup fresh cilantro, chopped … Continue reading Pan-Seared Tuna Cakes
If you’re anything like me, you LOVE this creamy, crunchy, tangy side dish, but you don’t love the high fat content that comes with the traditional mayonnaise based recipe. 1 tablespoon of mayonnaise boasts 100 calories, all of which are from fat – 11 grams of it, to be exact! Multiply that by however many tablespoons one would normally … Continue reading Greek Yogurt Coleslaw
Every Christmas, I visit family bearing homemade gifts. Three years ago, all of the women in my family received a gallon of homemade laundry detergent with instructions to make their own once it was gone. Two years ago, I whipped together mason jars of honey sugar scrub. Last year, each couple got a food allergy friendly … Continue reading Citrus Zest Sea Salt
Another Sunday Meal-Prep in the books! Sundays are tough, aren’t they? For us Monday-Fridayers, Sunday means the end of the weekend and the beginning of another week on the job. Using Sundays for DIY projects and meal prepping really helps to draw out the weekend for my little family. And it certainly doesn’t hurt to … Continue reading Balsamic Honey Chicken Lettuce Wraps