At the start of every year, I find myself making a renewed commitment to simplify my life. This year I’ve been decluttering our home like never before, and I love my newly tidied space! Isn’t it funny how organizing and simplifying one area of your life causes you to want to organize and simplify other areas as well? This has definitely been true for me this year. I’ve lost 5 pounds since the holidays, and I truly believe I owe that in
It’s a new year, and many of us want to drop a few pounds. It’s time to get back into our skinny jeans! Salad is my go-to lunch during the summer months because it’s a great way to eat well without consuming too many calories, plus you can pack a lot of nutrition into a little salad! But in the wintertime, I often avoid salads because I want something warm to eat. Well, not anymore! I’m teaming up with
I’ve been enjoying having more of a fashion focus here on the blog, but a girl’s still gotta eat, so I was thrilled when Udi’s reached out and invited me to partner with them and share two new gluten-free recipes. This is the first, and I’ll have another one for you in a few weeks. My food contributor, Colleen, came up with this delectable Beef Tenderloin Sandwich with Horseradish Cream. Are you drooling yet???
I’m going to interrupt the fashion fest we’ve been having here on the blog lately to post this mouth-watering one pot chicken and rice recipe that Colleen has concocted for us. This one-pot chicken and rice dish is creamy and comforting! Plus, one pot. YAY! If you use a rotisserie chicken, you can have this dish ready in 20 minutes. I usually prefer to cook my own, but if you’re in a rush, picking up a rotisserie chicken at the grocery store can
I used to enjoy spending time in the kitchen, trying new recipes, and creating fabulous dinners. These days, my goal is to get a homemade dinner on the table in the shortest amount of time possible, and ideally, during that elusive window when all three kids are home at the same time. Who can relate? I know this is just a season in life that will soon be a distant memory, and one day I’ll miss the busyness and have time to