I love a good cocktail any time of the year, but often fall back on the same old favorites. Many of my go-tos are very summery in ingredients and in flavor, so I’m not only looking to shake up my cocktail routine in general, lately I’m scouring Pinterest for all of the autumn-inspired recipes.
Smoothies have long been a staple in the health and wellness industry. When made with the right ingredients, and the right amount of ingredients, they can be a delicious and nutritious addition to any diet.
It’s no secret that, when given the option, I’ll choose chai over coffee 99% of the time. That’s why I find it odd that, up until now, I’ve spent so much time at home playing around with coffee concoctions, but have never attempted making my own chai spice from scratch, especially when it is so simple to do.
The first time Jeremy mentioned grabbing a kombucha on his lunch break, I had to ask him several times to repeat the word before he could proceed in telling me how delightful it was. It was totally foreign to me, but he was in love with it, and has been trying to get me on the kombucha bandwagon in the months since.
The countdown to Thanksgiving is on and I’m dreaming of all of the amazing food and conversation and naps to be had!
The Tuesdays that follow long holiday weekends are always the hardest. And even though it makes for a shorter week, don’t four day weeks always somehow feel the absolute longest?
Smoothies are a favorite of mine all year round, but especially in the summer. It’s heating up quickly here in the Midwest, and nothing is more refreshing than a cold, fruity concoction on a hot summer day.