Last night I was with some friends, and after having these AMAZING enchiladas, I got a little inspired to try making Mexican food! Now, I have to be honest, I have a serious fear of making Mexican dishes because I’m … Continue reading →
One of the most glorious, yet most devastating parts of the “American dream” is that you usually get there alone. It’s lonely at the top, and you are encouraged to get there by stepping on many people, unable to see … Continue reading →
Easy, fast, healthy, and so very good! Torn toasted pita bread in olive oil is a good addition to this soup.
Everyone have a special lentil soup recipe in their lives, one that sustained them and kept them warm during cold winter days.
It was unexpected, at my friends lunch little party, when she served us a hot warming soup in an espresso cup.
This morning I was reading a great article on what all the talk of “entitlement” means to the kids and young adults of the day, and it was really eye-opening to see the changes that have come about in society … Continue reading →
Lately I’ve been exploring different DIY beauty treatments, and finding unique ways that you can save money at home instead of paying for salon treatments. The results are pretty encouraging, and a lot of things you can do to naturally enhance … Continue reading →
Traditionally, spring cleaning was meant to rid a house of its wintery layer and prepare it for spring. I don't own a house, but I do own a closet, and the principle is the same: you can't put your new spring clothes into a jam-packed closet full of knits, tights and other cold-weather items, right?
Along with a seasonal turnover, now is a good time to do a general big edit and purge your closet of everything that's only wasting space.
Monday mornings seem to come so fast don’t they? Before we can even blink, it is time to start a new week and to work even harder than the last! The weekend has come and gone, and we have real … Continue reading →
This morning I was reading through Ecclesiastes, and there is really only one way to describe some of the thoughts contained in this book – depressing. Solomon details his journeys through gaining riches, success, wealth, wisdom, possessions, and really anything … Continue reading →
A lot of us begin asking questions like this when we are in our early or late 20s. We suddenly realize that the responsibility of having a job, paying expenses, and starting to save bring on thoughts of…well…what you should … Continue reading →