I feel a little strange sharing my opinions on controversial topics to the world, but I’ve found that I cannot avoid this topic anymore. Feminism and traditional gender roles are important subjects to address, and while I’ve probably turned several of my feminist friends against me, I think I’ve found my place.
Why, friends, is procrastination so easy to fall to? I have so many things to do that are perfectly worthwhile (and yes, some not so much) and so little time to do it. I’ve found myself multitasking more times then I’d like to say the past few weeks.
I’m not perfect. You’re not perfect. None of us are perfect, and while we should strive to be, God doesn’t care what’s in our fridge. If we do what we are able to do, it’s good. If we can’t afford to put the best quality meat in our freezer, we shouldn’t feel obligated to. Healthy […]
If you planted chard last April, you know what I mean. Chard is the year-round equivalent of zucchini in Illinois, and we have a major overabundance.
Halloween is the time that people say to me- “Take it! Take it! It doesn’t matter that you’re too old, and that you’re not dressed up. Take this lovely chocolate bar (or two, three…) off of our hands!” Halloween is the time I say back- “Oh, no, no- I couldn’t. No, no, keep it… well, […]
This isn’t a recipe nor is it a cookbook. It is a library book that I predict a $17,985 fine on, for until I memorize all sixty-four food rules, I will be unable to put it down. Some of my favorites: #24- Eating what stands on one leg is better than eating what stands on […]