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Week In Review: Stress and Baby

Hi all I’m feeling stressed and unable to really put together a post The party is over at Meg’s! But I’m breathing through it …with the help of cookie breaks   This week I lost out on the third offer for an apartment I have made. Three places now that I have let myself fall in love with, and then be told “they have chosen someone else.” It’s just…

Snippets From My Week

After Dan and I treated ourselves to a Thanksgiving Dinner of vegan rueben sandwiches and onion rings (hey last year it was a bottle of wine and take out pizza on a beach… you do know we are classy, don’t you?) I saw these vegan bagels at Bloomers and couldn’t not pick one up. I mean, that is the softest, doughiest bagel I have ever seen. Look at that sucker! I bought whipped cream…

Where My Life Is A Mess. And Where It Isn’t (Thinking Out Loud)

If there’s anything I want my blog to say, it is that life is a mess.  I mean if you’ve been following me, you knoowwww I’m a hot mess 92% of the time.   It’s impossible to eliminate. In fact when we try to?… things end up way more of a mess than before. Believe me, I’ve been there numerous times.  As many things as there…

Finding Moments To Stop and Do Nothing: Necessities in a Busy Week (Week In Review)

Wowwww What a week. As they all are… If I’m learning anything prominent in this life (ha) it is that – especially in seasons that seem overwhelmingly busy or chaotic – it is absolutely imperative to take moments to just stop and do nothing. I had three noticeable examples of this this week, each sticking out to be equally glorious and necessary.  In regards to what I wrote about last week, I stand by…

Recent Kitchen Creations: Pumpkin, Pancakes, Donuts and Salads

Hello, foodies! As busy as I’ve been, I’ve found it very hard to fit in time to bake and cook as much as I’d like. I really miss it!! I am itching with anticipation for the day I have my new place, have gone down in shifts, and have more time to actually come home and cook a cool meal for Dan and I.  That being said, even when I have no time…

Week In Review: Career Guilt, Buckling Down and… Glitter

Hi friends, How are you? I missed last week’s Week In Review so am feeling a little out-of-routine. I apologize now – this post is heavy on actor stuff. Maybe you can substitute your own goals or career path to make it more relatable? This last week was freaking hard. Emotionally I just… man, I just had a really hard time.   You know what I discovered? I discovered that of all the triggers that…

Pushing Past Insecurities: Career, Relationships, Life

My Dad just texted me. He congratulated me on my day of auditions yesterday. Then he told me a quote he recently came across…   “To succeed in life you need three things: A wishbone A backbone  And a funny bone.” Reba McEntire   Yesterday I had a day off  work, but as I explained here, a day off from “work,” isn’t actually a day off. It means a day for…

Giving Back with PrAna! Sustainable Clothing With A Conscience

The following post is sponsered by PrAna – however all thoughts and opinions remain my own. I feel strongly about everything I write in this space. My aim is to simply promote companies that I truly believe in. Thank you for helping me support a worthwhile cause.   Hello my fellow earth-babies! I’ve got a really lovely gift for you today.  You all know I am a lover of all things whole foods/from-scratch/farmers market…

My Comments on Intuitive Eating with IBS: It’s Okay To Use Your Brain

On Tuesday I shared a guest post about Intuitive Eating with IBS.  What a friggen HARD thing to figure out.  And that’s just the two contenders. When you throw in a history of an eating disorder and therefore a still learning/shifting/growing mindset about food intake,  you’ve got one seriously messy pool to wade through.    I thought Joyce’s’ post was spot on. A few things she…

Intuitive Eating with IBS (Guest Post with Joyce from The Hungry Caterpillar)

Today I have a very special guest post for you! My dear friend Joyce from thehungrycaterpillar blog is not only a FABulous writer – clear, relatable, open, honest – but has also paved her way as a “go to” in the world of IBS and low-FODMAP eating. She has shared her journey through the elimination phase of the low-FODMAP diet in order to heal her struggles with IBS, and now continues to help others going…

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