I’m so excited it’s Friday! I have a lot to do this weekend. I want to work on some blog things and get down to business planning our upcoming trip to Hawaii. I also want to go for a run and rock another Zumba class. The weather is supposed to be beautiful!
1. Speaking of Zumba, we cooled down to this song last week and it seriously made my day. It’s so positive and
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Do you guys remember my pancake post from a few weeks ago?
These Bananas Foster Pancakes were so delicious. I wish I could eat some more right now!
Well shortly after I posted my pancake recipe I received a sweet surprise from Stonyfield. Apparently they liked the pancakes too!
They sent me a Le Creuset Bistro Griddle so I can make pancakes on the best possible surface. When Josh and I were
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Did you know that February is National Pancake month? I feel like every other day is National Something Month but I love pancakes so I am more than happy to celebrate! After a glorious week of spring-like temperatures Omaha has been plunged back into winter with snow and cold weather. When it’s cold and dreary out, I crave comfort carbs like no other. So when I got home from work I announced to Josh
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It’s almost Super Bowl time! I’m the first to admit, I watch it for the half time performance and the commercials. This year I guess I have a little bit of a stake since the Broncos are yelling, “Omaha!” every game. But really, give me some good food and a drink and I’ll be happy for whoever wins.
Speaking of good food I have an awesome Superbowl recipe to share with you guys today.
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I LOVE brussels sprouts. They are without a doubt my favorite food. This is so funny to me because I used to think they were disgusting. I never tasted them, but I had in my head I would hate them. Then I actually tasted them and realized they’re delicious. While steamed or boiled is fine, they’re best when they’re roasted. Whenever I see them in restaurants I always order them. Recently we’ve been making big
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My first married Christmas was absolutely amazing. The whole day I couldn’t stop thinking about how lucky I am and how I already have everything I could ever want. (I was still really looking forward to opening the presents though! :p)
Christmas Eve we went over to Molly’s aunts and uncles house for dinner. Their whole family is so nice and so fun. They are also amazing cooks. They made eggplant parm for
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This Sunday Josh and I hosted a little get together at our house.
We were so excited to have friends over! This is only the second time we’ve hosted an event at our apartment. We need to do it more often.
Joanna, Jeff, and cutie patootie Eleanor came over.
And soon to be Mr. and Mrs. Molly and Brian.
We hung out and drank some wine and started the meal off
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Hey guys! I hope your week is going well! I’m so bummed I didn’t get get to post yesterday. I was so excited to talk about the Victorias Secret fashion show and share my favorite outfits and talk about body image. We’re having our winter meetings at work this week and my mind has been pretty preoccupied with that. I give a presentation in front of everyone today, please wish me luck!
This is a
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I can’t believe Thanksgiving is over! The holidays sure do fly. I hope your Thanksgiving was a special one.
I celebrated mine with my favorite guy and our friends Molly, Brian, and their family. Molly was so kind to invite us over to her parents house for Thanksgiving. We aren’t traveling home for the holidays this year and weren’t sure what we were going to do. Her family was so warm and welcoming. They
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Growing up, my family would always get together for the holidays and celebrate with big meals. I’d drink apple cider and try and steal some pumpkin pie while getting shooed from the kitchen and told to go help set the table. I look back on all those memories fondly, even the year my dad tried to cook the turkey, but forgot to defrost it so we ended up ordering Chinese for Thanksgiving dinner. Now that
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