It has been way too long since I wrote my last post, and I’m so sorry. I took a long winter’s nap, because I do what I want when I want. I promise I won’t do this every winter, but sometimes you just need to hibernate. Anyways, I’m so excited to start things up again because I have too many ideas that need life. There are a lot of exciting, yummy, crafty things in store!
Our take on the Christmas classic: I'll Be Home for Christmas. We picked this song because it’s sweet, slow, and you can paint a unique picture of your home in your mind. Home is where you want it to be. It’s wherever love is. Our wish is that you will find your “home” for Christmas.
Dairy Free Eggnog // Learn how to make this delicious, dairy free eggnog at home. It's so easy to make and won't leave you feeling nasty and bloated afterwards like store-bought eggnog. Make it a part of your best Christmas yet!
Homemade Almond Milk // Learn how to make this delicious, healthy, homemade almond milk. It's simple and quick to make, and it's SO much better for you. You'll retain more of the beneficial nutrients from almonds without all the extra preservatives and fillers in store-bought almond milk. You'll save money, too :).
Learn how to make these adorable DIY Paper Christmas Trees and add some charm to your Holiday decorations. They can look as classy as Anthropologie during the season or as tacky as the Macy’s Christmas section. It requires some patience, but they’re easy to make at home and you’ll save money that you can use on gift-shopping :).
Learn how to make these adorable DIY Felt Christmas Trees and add some charm to your Holiday decorations. They can look as classy as Anthropologie during the season or as tacky as the Macy’s Christmas section. It requires some patience, but they’re easy to make at home and you’ll save money that you can use on gift-shopping :).
Quinoa Cake Pan Pizza Crust // Pizza makes the world go 'round. This simple, healthy recipe is for a gluten free and vegan (depending on your toppings) pizza crust made out of quinoa. It has an authentic flavor and texture without the guilt and stomach aches. Oh, and you make it in a cake pan. Enjoy :)
DIY Indoor Hanging Herb Garden // Learn how to make an easy, budget-friendly hanging herb garden for your window. It will make your house prettier and fill your gardening void during winter months.
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Double Chocolate Gluten Free Zucchini Bread // Learn how to make a tasty, melt-in-your-mouth, gluten free, double chocolate zucchini bread. It's perfect served warm with butter or cold with your morning coffee.
Homemade Quinoa Flour // An easy guide to make quinoa flour at home. This recipe will save you money and act as a clean alternative to regular flour in any recipe. Enjoy!
In Something Good for Your Body, I’ll share health tips, product favs, makeup tutorials, stuff like that. My hope is that I’ll get you thinking about a different way to reach your beauty goals and to help you be more conscious of what you put in your body and on your skin. Because as you become more aware of how it all affects your wellbeing, your life will get better. I promise. It happened to me.
I felt inspired to start this blog because i believe that creativity is one of the keys to living a joyful life, and I want you to know that you are creative, too.
If you don’t have food sensitivities, these recipes will be healthy for you and taste yummy… and if you do have food sensitivities, they’ll be crucial additions to your menu and some alternatives to the foods you miss.
Gardening will become your teacher, your therapist, your peace, and it will give you so much more than it takes.