A little recap of the month of January and check-in on my goals for the year so far.
These are the basic kitchen tools you need to outfit your kitchen with before you can start cooking properly. You don’t need a lot to cook all sorts of things, but you do need some things.
An introduction to the cooking basics series, how I got into cooking, and what this series will include. It’s going to be real fun, folks!
The sights we saw and the food we ate in Oahu during our honeymoon in Hawaii. As the first island we visited, we loved Oahu – it was a great way to ease into the Hawaii vibe.
This is how we planned our honeymoon to Hawai’i. It wasn’t the easiest thing to figure out but we finally settled on a place and got it done!
This pieces covers everything I’ve learned in the last couple years as I try to pack more thoughtfully and efficiently in a carry-on.
I’m so excited about my one little word for 2019 and the corresponding goals. After not setting and following anything like this in 2018, this feels like a remarkably more structured and inspirational start for this year.
I set out to read just 12 books in 2018 and I did it! Here’s a quick summary of all the books I read and what I thought of them. Spoiler Alert: most of them were RAD.
The year had its ups and downs, but the bright spots were crazy bright and I came away with a lot of lessons that I intend to act on in 2019.
Tips on how to get started with Meal Prep based on my experience and how Saad and I meal prep currently.