I am so honored to be included on the amazing blog Patheos, spearheaded by my fellow O Mag Insider, Cara Meredith. I talk about aging and grace and cartwheels. Would love for you to take a read, and drop a comment, if you want to share your favorite, or least favorite thing about getting older.… Continue reading Getting Older. To Cartwheel or Not to Cartwheel.
As many of you know I've been working remotely, in some capacity, since 2006. There are so many reasons I work remotely and enjoy it. I often get asked how to find remote jobs and side gigs and I thought I'd do some posts about what has worked for me in hopes that it may… Continue reading Top 5 Tips for Finding a Remote Job or Side Hustle in 2020
I've been thinking a lot lately about what I'm doing with my life. Not in my relationships, more along the lines of what I am supposed to be doing with my life. What's my purpose? What's my brand? What's my intention? What is my passion? Hell, I don't know. Am I supposed to know that?… Continue reading What is my brand anyways? And does anyone even care?
I LOOOOOOOOVE Au Gratin potatoes and I don't make them very often, because honestly, I'd eat the whole pan myself, if I was left alone in our house. I made this recipe for a family dinner last Saturday, and they are SO yummy, and not that difficult. They honestly are some of the best au… Continue reading Delicious, Dairy Free Au Gratin Potatoes
Every time I'm lucky enough to go on a vacation with my husband and daughters, I am grateful. I realize it's such precious time and these getaways are memories in the making. I cherish these trips more than anything. Since time is my most cherished gift, when my family asked me what I wanted for… Continue reading Family Weekend Getaway at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach. Staycation in Surf City.
This was the first soup of the season and I posted how grateful I am for healthy food, and one of my besties asked for the recipe. So I was forced to write it down. Haha. I meant to make this with a can of diced tomatoes, but forgot to buy them, so I improvised… Continue reading Mexican Turkey Soup with Veggies. Easy, Cheap and Delicious.
One of the hardest things about being on Season 10 of The Great Food Truck Race, on Food Network, wasn't the long hours or the heat in the kitchen, it was the fact that I wasn't able to eat everyone else's food. When you are smelling, and seeing, all of these delicious dishes, but can't… Continue reading “A Taste of the Quarter in Every Order”. Nola Creations cookbook and seasonings
If you've ever had the chance to be a guest on a podcast, you know how much fun they can be. Well, I've only done fun ones, and this was no exception. I am featured on the podcast "On the Brink with Brook Beldon" this week and it was such an enjoyable experience, I can't… Continue reading On the Brink with Brook Beldon. Season Two featuring little, ol’ “Why not me”.
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I'm so happy to know this amazing girl, Erin Kleim, we've been friends since high school and we are both gluten free foodies. I'm excited to share her most recent gluten free adventure in Boston. I was salavating seeing her images on Instagram and reached out for a post. Enjoy her gluten free culinary travels… Continue reading 2 Days of Gluten Free Delights in Boston