Necklace giveaway from Shabby Apple

The folks at Shabby Apple have offered my readers this beautiful Light as a Feather necklace from their line of vintage style jewelry. I like the idea of dressing up a little black dress with a whimsical feather and I think it would also be cute layered with a few additional delicate pieces. Side note: I’ve been eying their dresses for ages and I’d love one of their Tinsel Town Skirts this holiday season. The little girl in me simply will not rest until I get to wear a tutu again, I suppose. I’m thrilled to offer Read More →

Soup Monday: Spinach & Goat Cheese Bisque

Looking to repent for some holiday overindulgence? Start with a this green soup. It’s healthy, but don’t let the color throw you. A bit of butter, potato and goat cheese gives it the comfort food feel I need during the winter months. I substituted half the spinach for a head of kale because I can’t get enough and used red wine rather than marsala. It was delicious. Spinach & Goat Cheese Bisque Adapted from Eating Well Magazine 1 tablespoon, plus 1 teaspoon olive oil 2 large yellow onions, chopped 1/2 teaspoon salt, divided, plus more Read More →

Soup Monday: Spinach & Goat Cheese Bisque

Looking to repent for some holiday overindulgence? Start with a this green soup. It’s healthy, but don’t let the color throw you. A bit of butter, potato and goat cheese gives it the comfort food feel I need during the winter months. I substituted half the spinach for a head of kale because I can’t get enough and used red wine rather than marsala. It was delicious. Spinach& Goat Cheese Bisque Adapted from Eating Well Magazine 1 tablespoon, plus 1 teaspoon olive oil 2 large yellow onions, chopped 1/2 teaspoon salt, divided, plus more to Read More →

A little thanks

My best friend, Melanie, made sweet potato gnoochi with maple, sage, brown butter sauce for dinner last night. It was crazy amazing and the 3 year olds ate it up too. Tell me, is there anything more satisfying that watching a toddler eat (grown up) food? It’s a Giada recipe and even though I had absolutely nothing to do with the outcome, I would highly recommend giving it a try. We had ours with fresh cranberry sauce and a green salad. I could only suggest going big on the fried sage leaves because you’ll want Read More →

I made this – practicing creativity

You may know that making things and exercising all parts of my creative self is a big and important part of my life. But did you know that I live with a constant soundtrack of “you didn’t do enough today…” on rotation with “you suck at 99% of the stuff you try…” It’s a party in my head, I’ll tell you what. I know I’m not alone in my negative thinking. I think that women in general suffer from the negative self talk, but I am beyond tired of it. Oprah told me that you Read More →

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