Lately I haven’t been doing a great job at cooking for myself and eating healthy. After doing some thinking about the matter I realized it was because I had been making the same 2 recipes for everything (see: this and this) and had grown bored and uninspired with my routine. So, naturally, to Google I went, looking for a new recipe to spice up (heh heh, spice) my culinary routine. I definitely found it: this is technically a recipe for a plant based diet, but I added chicken for extra protein, but if you’re a vegetarian, rinsing a can of chick peas will also be a good source of added protein.
Not going to lie, I thought that making a curry was going to be complicated and difficult, but it turned out to be just like making any average soup or stew.
Apologies for not posting in awhile. As summer approaches my social calendar, work calendar, and to-do list have been filling up like crazy and it can be hard to dedicate time to blogging as much as I’d like to. Ahh, the trials and tribulations of being a multi-hyphenated millennial, am I right?
Anyway, if you follow me on Instagram you probably saw a few photos at the beginning of the month from a long weekend in Vegas. I’m just getting around to posting all of them on the blog now, so be sure to keep scrolling and take a look at all the places I got to check out while I was there!
Images via Teen Vogue and THINX. This essay was written by me and originally published by Tote Magazine, an online magazine for college age women. Be sure to check them out here! And right now new customers can get $10 off their first THINX order by using this link. You’re welcome =)
Because another 3-5 business days of anticipation gets you to the weekend again.
One of the original reasons I started this blog (aside from procrastinating studying for final exams – holla at my college age readers) was to simply write about items that I wished could be in my closet. Somehow the act of sharing how amazing something is with the internets alleviates the painful truth that I most likely will not purchase said item because my bank account would just scoff at how naive I am. “So you want to spend your rent money on a leopard print clutch instead? Who do you think you are? Holly Golightly?”
So without further ado, here are five things that I wish I could buy this Monday, that you should buy because I want to live vicariously through you.
I might have this blogging thing a little backwards.
Sure, it looks organized, but little do you know I had to remove about 30 pieces from the clothing rack to get it to look this good.
Alright, spring cleaning time. Obviously I’ll start with the most important sector of my life: my closet. God, I love throwing things away. It’s like a sartorial juice cleanse that just resets your whole wardrobe (slash personal identity), sans the three days of hanger.