Dec

07

Easy Kale Chips

Kale “chips” aren’t exactly a new concept, but they have been growing increasingly popular. I was going to make some anyway, so I thought I’d share the “recipe” with all of you! I see boxes of them at grocery stores for, well.. honestly too much money for what they are, they are just so easy […]

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Aug

12

Daily Grind // Cold Brewed Coffee

I think cold coffee is taken for granted. It’s a simple pleasure, one that some of us simply cannot live without during the summer months (although I am shameless about having hot coffee in the summer and cold coffee in the winter… such a rebel). There are two ways to have cold coffee: 1) Place […]

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Jul

08

A Charming Chignon

Guess what! I am now one of the contributors over at Drifter and the Gypsy! My first post is up and I’m super excited about it. It’s a simple how-to for creating an essential hairstyle (as least in MY book), easy to dress up or down and perfect for pretty much any occasion. Hop on […]

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May

16

Seared Sprouts

I’ve been seeing this recipe going around lately, so I’m a little bummed that it took me so long to blog my own version since we’ve been making this for several years now… oh well, I’m behind as usual. Still, this yummy-in-my-tummy concoction of healthiness and deliciousness needs even more recognition. Like most children, I […]

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Feb

15

I Like Big Buns

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Nov
14

Delightful DIYs // For The Littles

I know that I usually only post original DIYs in this feature, but I think I’d like to start sharing some other amazing how tos and craft ideas here and there as well. I just don’t think I could have possibly matched the adorbs of these that follow… What’s great about these crafts are, you […]

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Sep
12

Homemade Felafels And Naan

We are an interesting mix of heritages in this household, and with interesting mixtures comes an array of ethnic dishes. One of my favorite things that Thomas makes (he is the cook in the house) is homemade naan (pita-bread) and falafels. We gathered some veggies from our garden and had quite the feast… with humus, […]

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Aug
23

Delightful DIYS // Iphoneography

Let me start off by saying I’m quite sure that I’m not the best teacher on this subject. I don’t consider myself the best photographer, Thomas has taught me so much through our journey together, but I still have a lot to learn. With that said, so many great photographers out there are so clingy […]

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Jul
01

Homemade Salve

This is not exactly desert, no, but a Sweet Sunday it still is… being Sunday and all. If your lips are begging for moisture but you reply back to them, “Dear lips, I can’t stand what’s in store-bought lip-moisturizers these days” then you are in luck my friend. For here is a natural and fabulous […]

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May
19

How to Tie A Turban Headband

When I met up with a friend quite a while ago, she was wearing a scarf in such a way that quite perplexed me, with a knot that seemed to have no start nor end and had the look of a turban-inspired headband. Discovering how easy it really is to tie, I’ve been wearing it […]

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