Welcome back to my lazy kitchen! Tonight's edition is a variation of a recipe from Dear Crissy found a few nights ago via the culinary treasure trove that is Pinterest. I had leftover ground turkey in the fridge, five peppers, and rice in the cupboard so stuffed peppers seemed like a great idea. To summarize: prep the … Continue reading Peppers Stuffed With Swiss, Mushrooms, Ground Turkey and Rice
That's right, I'm still obsessed with Stardew Valley. I spent a significant amount of time maxing out relationships with the twelve eligible partners before making my decision: CONGRATULATIONS STRAW & ABIGAIL! The following is my ranking of marriage candidates with my reasoning why. If this is a game you are interested in playing, beware of … Continue reading Stardew Valley: Marriage Candidates Ranked
A few years ago naan was a fancy bread I had never tried. Now I love naan bread but tend to stay away from it because if it isn't on sale at the supermarket it can be pricey. Recently an Aldi by me was remodeled and reopened. When scoping it out I found and they … Continue reading Boss Budget Naan Pizzas
Is it possible to find a comfortable balance between all areas in life and maintain it? I ask myself this question frequently. This June I have been ON IT so far, but at times like these, I am brought back to a few months ago when I was a mad woman constantly overwhelmed. Sure, a … Continue reading The Balancing Act of Life
In my teens, I spent a good amount of time playing RuneScape and getting into Facebook games like FarmVille. As I look back on my twenties gaming has been extremely minimal aside from party games like Mario Kart and a brief torrid affair with Skyrim. Not anymore! Stardew Valley was recommended by a few friends … Continue reading Stardew Valley: Best Way to Lose 100 Productive Hours
We are constantly bombarded with tempting advertisements and so familiar with instant gratification that we often do not take the step to consider where the product comes from, how it is made, and what it is made of. At this point, we know that labor and parts for items that are mass produced are outsourced … Continue reading Ethical Consumption on a Budget?
Three opportunities this year have challenged me, brought me confidence, and helped me begin walking a path I once feared. Early this semester we had an assignment to visualize a blog and the content we would curate. I felt like the assignment was mocking me. Years ago I tried starting a blog that left me … Continue reading Conquering Fear One Win at a Time