Sometimes, you need chocolate. But you’re trying to be good because it’s the new year and you just ate your body weight in sugar during the holidays but you still need chocolate. Enter: chocolate banana muffins!
Since we know we’re only living here for a few years, my husband and I want to make sure we explore Oklahoma!
This kale and pomegranate salad is the perfect transition meal after the holidays: it’s flavorful and fun, but also good for you!
Did you set any new year’s resolutions? I didn’t (personally at least), but if you’re trying to read more this year, I can help! I love to read and I’m not picky about genre (except horror, keep that mess away from me), so today I’m sharing a bit of the best fiction of 2017!
Happy New Year, everyone!!! Who here has set 849383 goals to lose weight and learn a foreign language and get promoted and do all the things?!?! Usually I’m all about that life. Goals help me order my thoughts and see my priorities, and as a type-A entrepreneur my life doesn’t run without to do lists.… Read More Why I’m not setting goals for 2018
And just like that, we’re about to wave goodbye to 2017! I know it’s just too cheesy to wax poetic about how fast it went by, so I’ll try to just skip that. But what a year it’s been! Here are a few things that came to mind as I think back over 2017.
I hope everyone had a fantastic Christmas!! We’re travelling through North Carolina right now, and it has been so much fun to see our families. We’re passing the 20 hours of driving each way by listening to Game of Thrones together, which has turned out to be WAY better than fighting over the radio. As the… Read More Best Nonfiction of 2017