We all have those days when we just don’t feel like dressing all pretty but still want to look eye-catchy, so what do we do? We just take on a plain black, white or nude blouse or vest and put on a beautiful blazer above. Therefore, blazers are must have pieces in every wardrobe. Here are some of my picks. Which one would you wear?
This Valentine’s Day why not get a little crafty and make a card for your loved one? With our two templates, creating the perfect Valentine’s Day card is as easy as printing and pasting.
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YOU LIGHT UP MY LIFE Card
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2. Place the chain over the glue path.
So the Today Show happened today… yea that Today Show!!!!! Honestly I can’t even say if making an appearance on the Today Show is even on my bucket list because it’s just so beyond anything I could have ever imagined. I was honored when the show asked me to come on and represent YouTube creators as part of their Valentine’s themed What’s Clickin’ segment. Obviously, yes!!!! I made my way down to Rockefeller Plaza and had a grand time getting crafty with Natalie, Tamron, Willie and of course my weather man hero, Al Roker! (Seriously Al!!!!!!!!)
Click here to watch the segment. Honestly, the. best. day. I just had to share! xo
Had everyone over for brunch the other day. Made a pesto quinoa with tomatoes and basil, arugula salad with toasted sunflower seeds and a lemon-olive oil vinaigrette, fried some eggs, breakfast sausage, and gluten-free muffins from my home-made almond flour (aka the stuff left over from nut milk). It was so much better than being squished into a table in a loud restaurant! Below is the recipe for the pesto quinoa that I made. I’ve made it a bunch of times since as it’s easy, the perfect lunch when mixed with kale, and super healthy.
2 cups high quality vegetable broth
1 cup organic quinoa, rinsed
1/4 cup high quality pesto
1/2 cup grape tomatoes, halved
1/4 cup basil coarsely chopped
toasted pine nuts for garnish
Combine the quinoa and vegetable broth in a medium size sauce pan. Bring to a boil and then reduce to…
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