Well, here we are again. The beginning of November. Every year, I always exclaim that I can't believe it's already here! Yet here is comes, predictable and unchangeable as ever. To view previous No Spend November posts, Click here. As you can see, I always start off strong with documenting, but then fizzle out. Well,… Continue reading No Spend November – it’s back!
Who doesn't love an easy, yummy, quick protein filled mug cake? I know I sure love it. (Please excuse my nails, I have been dyeing yarn.) Let's jump right in! Ingredients: 2 tablespoons Arrowhead Mills protein flour (5 grams protein)1 tablespoon monk fruit sugar1 scoop Quest Nutrition milkshake protein powder (22 grams protein)1 egg (6… Continue reading Protein Brownie Mug Cake
The winds have picked up on my little island the past couple of days and summer is well and truly behind us. New England can be funny in the fall - one day it's 70 degrees and humid, and the next your hands are numb. Magdalena and I take our two year old, rambunctious (but… Continue reading Making, not Buying
Me with a homemade fancy coffee I made with my milk frother I mentioned in my last post. So, the first couple of days of No Spend November were easy. November third was a bit hard. I knew it would be a tough challenge as I am a compulsive spender and I love takeout. And… Continue reading Some Bumps in the No Spending Road
Well, it officially came and left. The first day of No Spend November. I just wanted to pop in and give an update on the challenge. I intended to post a couple days beforehand with some things I had done to prepare (yes, prepare!), but well, life. I love fancy coffees. My Instagram is full of coffee… Continue reading No Spend November – It Begins
I have been very fortunate to work for the past three years at an amazing school. It has great classrooms, a huge common room, and wonderful gardens and an outdoor classroom - which I think is a really cool feature. The other day, my coworker came up with an awesome activity for the kiddos, and… Continue reading Let’s Play in the Outdoor Classroom
Some light, airy knitting for those hot summer days! What better to make for summer then a sweet flower headband or hairclip? I like to use cotton or acrylic so they can be thrown into the wash, but feel free to use whatever worsted weight you like. My daughter's headband is knit in Dishie by… Continue reading Flower Headband