How to Organize Recipes Online- Free & Simple

Picture this. You make one of the best batches of snickerdoodles you’ve ever made. You save the recipe link so that you can make them again. When you come back to make more, the link is broken and you’re taken to a website full of coupons but void of cookies. Gone is the recipe, and…

The Top Meatless Chicken Nuggets: Reviewed

Growing up as a vegetarian 20 years ago, there weren’t many different meat alternatives on the market. I remember a lot of Morningstar Farms, and that was pretty much it. Nowadays, there are so many different options, and it makes my vegetarian heart happy. I remember being scared to go on field trips in school,…

2022 Goals: Be Intentional

Another year has come and gone, and another deadline for yearly goals has passed. I always enjoy writing about my goals, because I am able to have something to look back and reflect upon at the new year. Without rehashing my whole previous blog, here were the main objectives along with my current reflections on…

My Top Books of 2021

First order of business- if you only read one sentence of this blog post, let it be this: Go and read Beneath a Scarlet Sky by Mark T. Sullivan. 10/10 the best book I’ve read this year, and maybe my favorite book of all time. Now, back to the post: From the time my son…

Weekday Dinner Menu: Vegetarian Stay-At-Home Mom

When my husband and I were first married, I liked to think that I was a good cook; however, looking back, I don’t think that was the case. I knew how to throw together quick meals that lacked forethought. We ate a lot of mac and cheese, taco salads, and pasta. After years of eating…

1 Year Breastfeeding as a Vegetarian

When my son was a newborn, I didn’t understand how people could enjoy breastfeeding. My nipples were drier than the Sahara desert, and I literally felt like I had boulders attached to my chest. I was discouraged by how hard it was to get a successful latch, because I thought that it would come naturally…