I baked 16 out of 30 days in June. I’m on Day 19 of a meditation program. And I’m still painting my nails in Marimekko patterns.
Pretty sure you’ve already tried making banana bread at least once during this quarantine period. You’ve also probably tried different variations of it. So why don’t you make something a little different? This one-bowl recipe is easy to make and you can even skip the frosting and it will still taste delicious. Plus, this recipe…
Will counting make everything better again? How do you countdown to a day when we’re no longer afraid to go out of the house?
It’s clearly getting harder to look at the bright side of things when everything else in the world says otherwise. But isn’t that all the more reason to remind ourselves of the good things we’re fighting so hard for?
Earlier this year—it already feels a lifetime ago—I made a list of habits I was trying to commit to. Good to know I’ve kept some of those habits. And while I may have dropped some (cannot ignore rice when there’s corned beef on the table, tbh), I’ve also picked up new ones.
We are living in just one massive, never-ending day, and I just want to get to the end of it.
I wonder, what would she say to me today?
Has it only been a month? Why does it feel much longer than that? Day 50 of ECQ today. 50!
The last thing you want to do is throw away food. So what do you do with ingredients that are about to go bad?
Trying to be thankful even if there are so many reasons to worry. How are you holding up?