This easy ravioli bake recipe is brought to you by our quest for quick and delicious Meatless Monday meals!
My mom’s banana bread is one of the many things that my mom makes that I just prefer her version. So here’s her recipe, which after posting to Instagram a few months ago people keep asking for!
As I put together this list of our favorite Grove Collaborative products, it’s hard to believe that we’ve already been using Grove Collaborative for over a year now. We signed up for Grove (referral link – you get free Mrs. Meyers goodies and a trial VIP subscription, we get $10 in order credit) in hopes that it would help us be able to reduce our waste. We’d already implemented some things to help us reduce waste/consumption (composting, changing to LED light bulbs, lowered the temp on our water heater) but we really wanted to hone in on plastic use and environmental sustainability.
Feeling anxious? Whether you’re experiencing only slight feelings of anxiety or the more intense, tight-chested, upset stomach, ready-to-cry feelings of anxiety, there are some fairly simple things you can do right now to help calm your anxiety.
Use a boxed cake mix to whip up this delicious, velvety cookies and cream pudding poke cake!
This delicious ham and cheese pasta is made the Quick Cooker – you’ll get 10 servings for less than $0.70 per serving!
My husband REALLY likes Thousand Island Dressing. Really really. When I told him I went looking for a Thousand Island Recipe because he likes it so much, he started listing all of the things you should dip in it… Doritos. Taquitos. French fries. The list goes on. Anyways, I know we hate when the recipe is a mile away from the title, so here it is:
I know, I know, it sounds crazy – an inventory of our food?!
My journey to making my first custom t-shirt started with a pretty classic case of “OMG I WANT TO BE ABLE TO DO THAT” while scrolling Instagram and seeing people customizing their own t-shirts, mugs, tumblers… making their own stickers, cards, decor…
30 minutes on Mondays is when I get some serious self-care with my Happy Planner (HP). If you’re not familiar with HP, here’s the gist: a beautiful, customizable planner in which you use stickers (or not, but probably) to decorate your months and weeks and outline whatever you feel like outlining – work, home, projects, blogging, self-care, etc.