Date Night in Dallas: Half Price Books

As many of you know, I love to read as often as possible so I was thrilled that my family and friends knew me well enough to gift me Half Price Books gift cards for my wedding shower this past year. Instead of splurging them all at once, I held on to them to save […]

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Flautas

My mom used to make flautas all the time when I was younger and I never truly appreciated them until now that I’m a wife and cook often. This is an easy recipe and it’s even easier when I shred my chicken in the slow cooker the night before using this recipe. You can also […]

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Mississippi Pot Roast

  One of my new favorite recipes is this Mississippi Pot Roast! Delicious, easy to make and only requires five ingredients! I follow Laura of @get.fit.laura on Instagram and she posts her Keto recipes all the time and while they all look delicious, this recipe in particular looked too good to pass up on trying. I […]

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Turtles All the Way Down

  Turtles All the Way Down by John Green John Green’s recent book is unlike any that he has wrote before. While the book still focuses on young adults, it dives into a deeper acknowledgment of mental health and how difficult it is for us to understand someone dealing and battling with their own minds. […]

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Date Night in Dallas: The Wild Detectives

If you are an avid reader like I am, or if you like to have a nice cup of coffee or cold beer in a nice quiet atmosphere like my partner, The Wild Detectives may peak your interest. What is The Wild Detectives? Think part bookstore, part café, and part bar with a cozy porch and […]

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Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

Now that it’s baking season, I tend to bake a few loaves each week for home, family or friends. My go to is normally Banana Nut Bread but this past week I wanted to try a new recipe. I’ve personally never had Chocolate Chip Banana Bread but my husband was craving some so I experimented […]

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Zero/Low Waste Living

On a trip to Portland, Oregon earlier this year, I fell in love with the way the whole state takes care of it’s environment. If you read my travel post on Oregon, you’ll know that I raged about the greenery, the soil, the friendliness of everyone and how everyone recycles and composts! I came back […]

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