Brochachos, Valentine’s Day is less than a month away. Do you have a plan??! I know what you’re thinking…”I’m dating a practical girl. She’s not into store-bought candy and teddy bears.” You’re right– she’s totally not. So how do you show a practical girl she’s loved on V-day? (This is mostly for comedy, so don’t … Continue reading 5 Valentines for the Practical Girl
My friend Sarah got me Gwenyth Paltrow’s cookbook, It’s All Good, for my birthday last year. I have an interest in eating clean foods, and gluten-free when I can. Fall and Winter were not good seasons for staying on the clean-eating bandwagon, but I’ve tried to jump back on. January is a good time for … Continue reading Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Soup!
In high school, I was dedicated to my career and set down the path to become a journalist. I volunteered to produce a weekly newscast with college students…in high school! And when I saw that being a motivated self-learner helped open doors, I knew that it wasn’t enough to just sit back and wait for … Continue reading 6 Tips for the Working Girl
By now most of you know of my obsession with The Peach Truck; Georgia peaches straight off the Pearson family farm and sold by some of the nicest folks on the planet, right here in the city that has my heart. You can learn more about their story here. Justin’s parents were in town this … Continue reading Grilled Peach Truck peaches.
As you probably know, our little house got a little garden this summer. It’s my first go around with vegetables and I’m doing my best to document the progress just incase it never ever happens again. Also, it’s totally cool to interview yourself, right? What’s in your garden, Katie? Heirloom tomatoes, green beans, jalapeños, miniature … Continue reading How does your garden grow?
I’ve noticed that a lot of little things have gotten me down lately. They’re really, really stupid things that don’t have much weight in the grand scheme of life. And you know what? They’re preventing me from rejoicing over all the crazy awesome things going on right now. That’s sad, because there are some seriously … Continue reading Yay anyway.
This isn’t a post about gardening. Mostly. My vegetable garden has become my pride and joy and has given me a greater understanding of God’s attention to detail that I would ever have imagined. Have you ever sprouted a seed and watched it come up through the dirt? It’s nothing short of amazing and happens … Continue reading Weeds vs. Cucumbers