I love anything that is Disney related. It can be pretty much anything and I will fall head over heels for it. I also love glitter. Combine those two things and you have an item that I will go nuts for. I do fancy a glass of wine now and again, as do many people.… Continue reading MomsOnWineDesign Wine Glass Review
This might seem like a totally odd subject for me, but I decided that my blog really should be a lifestyle blog. I hate focusing on just one or two subjects, like fashion and makeup. I want to be able to expand my horizons on here and have a little something for everyone. Don't worry,… Continue reading My Top Three Favorite Yogurts
I'm notorious for getting food on the go. It's my biggest way of burning through my hard earned cash. I decided to throw together a short little blog post showing ya'll what I tend to get when I'm out and about and am starting to feel a little hungry, and the best part is that… Continue reading Feeling Hungry? Chew On This
I have this one coworker who bakes constantly. She is an amazing lady and just fills her desserts with all kinds of joy and love and everyone at my workplace loves her. She actually made the cupcakes for my birthday this year (at 4 in the morning on the day of my birthday, mind you!)… Continue reading To Bake Or Not To Bake
I was at Whole Foods over in Annapolis and came across a freezer filled with mochi. Little round balls of frozen dessert shaped goodness according to the internet. I did a quick google search to find out what exactly it was. Basically it is frozen coconut cream that is surrounded by rice cake dough and… Continue reading I Tried Mochi–What Did I Think About It?
REDUCE. REUSE. RECYCLE. These were words I grew up hearing and never really took them to heart until recently. Part of my attempt to live a more eco-friendly life started when I was looking for ways to save money and stop shelling cash out for things like plastic bags to store my lunch in and… Continue reading LunchTime Made Eco-Friendly With BioBags
Quinoa. A frequently mispronounced food. What is it? Imagine if rice and pasta had a baby together. You'd get quinoa. (It's a grain FYI.) It's really tiny little pieces of grain that you boil and simmer like you would rice, and then use for cold salads, eating on its own, added to oven bakes...there are… Continue reading Adventures In Quinoa