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Orange Honey Challah Bread

Orange Honey Challah Bread

This post is sponsored by Nielsen-Massey Vanillas. Baking has always been one of my go-to stress management strategies, but now more than ever, I’ve found myself really leaning into the practice of bread making. My most recent endeavor – learning how to knead dough and […]

PBJ Protein Bars {Vegan & Gluten Free}

PBJ Protein Bars {Vegan & Gluten Free}

Are you a sucker for protein bars?! I went through a phase where I was eating them daily for snacks, pre-workout bites, or a post-workout bite. I mean – they’re convenient and deliver a protein punch so easily! The only problem – they often cause […]

you won’t believe it’s not ranch, ranch (Vegan/GF)

you won’t believe it’s not ranch, ranch (Vegan/GF)

the love for ranch runs DEEP. I mean – find me someone who doesn’t love ranch? For dipping fries, salad dressing, pizza, veggies.. it’s always the move. Think you have to miss ranch if you’re plant based? think again. This recipe uses cashews, so you […]

oh KALE yeah Enchiladas

oh KALE yeah Enchiladas

Vegan, Gluten-Free, and loaded with those leafy greens; these enchiladas are perfect for a fun meatless Monday family dinner, or a make-ahead meal prep option for the week.

Buen Camino

They say the journey begins when you commit to the Camino. I have been wanting to hike the Camino de Santiago for a few years now and just never could commit, until my mom told me she wanted to go too. Within a week we […]

But, the plan.

Are you a planner? Or a stick-to-the-plan-er? Or perhaps, a what’s-the-plan-er? Sometimes I think I’m the worst type-A “type A” person there could be. I’m bad at planning, I dislike commitment, I crave spontaneity, adventure, and newness. Yet, I need to manage. I manage my […]

5 tips to change a habit

According to a study done by the European Journal of Social Psychology (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/ejsp.674 ) it takes an average of 66 days to form a new habit. That’s approximately 2 months. 2 months of committed, diligent, and intentional action to make a desired change. What is […]

Manage Your Stress, 8 tips I learned from Thrive

STRESS. It is inevitable. But it doesn’t have to keep the bad rap that it commonly holds. Last night I learned a few ways to make stress work for me not against me, and I can’t wait to share what the experts at Thrive taught […]

7 Components of Wellness

It’s more than getting your daily run in, it’s more than counting your macros, it’s more than going to yoga class, and it’s more than eating a salad for lunch. Wellness includes aspects of physical, mental, emotional, environmental, occupational, social, intellectual, and spiritual health. Wellness […]

“Role” With The Punches

Happy Tip Tuesday y’all. This week we’re phoning a friend for strategies to help us “role” with the punches. Each of us has a variety of roles, or shall we say hats we wear. Sometimes we choose these hats, and sometimes they are placed on […]