With all the uncertainty in the world right now, I debated if I should still post this tutorial. But then I noticed Joann’s and Hobby Lobby are still open and shipping online orders. And then I realized that even if we are staying home more, we still are getting groceries. Plus, with wanting to keep social distancing at the store, maybe having access to our own reusable produce bags right now is the exact thing to share. So here is how to DIY reusable produce bags and have a welcome distraction from all the crazy happening right now.
I’ve been keeping a secret for almost a year. The secret is I have been making Starbucks equivalent lattes at home in less than a minute. How is this possible? With a Nespresso machine! I don’t normally get attached to inanimate objects but this machine is absolutely wonderful. If there is one thing you get for yourself this Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend, I highly recommend a Nespresso machine.
The holidays are coming! And what do holidays usually mean? Lots of people who need to eat. I’m sure you’re hashing out who’s bringing what to Thanksgiving but what about the other meals of the weekend? You know breakfast is the most important one! I have been dairy free for a little over two years and it is so hard to enjoy egg bakes that don’t use cheese. But that all changed with this dairy free egg bake. I’ve made it many times over the past year or so and it’s always a hit. Bonus, it’s really easy to put together and you can even prep the night before if you want. So come on, check out the recipe…
“If you like pina coladas, and getting caught in the rain…” Well you don’t need to get caught in the rain with this drink! In fact, sipping this pina colada smoothie will have you thinking you’re on a sunny beach somewhere. Back to school got you down? Have a pina colada smoothie! Realizing you have over 30 years to go until retirement? Have a pina colada smoothie! Your coworker Becky won’t shut up about her latest problems? You guessed it! Just sip on this and feel the world melt away.
For as long as I can remember, I have always tried to meal plan on a weekly basis. I hate the feeling of realizing my plan for dinner is ruined by missing one crucial ingredient. And going to the grocery store multiple times a week is not a fun way to spend your time, even if it is a quick trip! I’ve attempted to meal plan a month at a time before and failed. But this time I got it right. So far, I’m nearly done with my second month and I will not go back! Here I’ll share how I did it.
It’s been a hot minute since I shared some things I’m currently loving. But since all three of these have been fueling the month of May for me, I figured I owed them the spotlight.