Feels like spring must be just around the corner, right?
I can hardly believe it, but I started this blogging journey one year ago, which seems crazy to me. It has truly been a labor of love and I have really enjoyed creating new content and recipes to share with you. Thank you, times a million, for your love and support over this past year, it means the world to me! If there are recipes you’d like to see (or just ingredients you have on hand and aren’t sure how to use them!) or anything related to recipes or healthy homes that you’d like to see more of, please let me know! You can find me on social media or at firstname.lastname@example.org
I look forward to hearing from you! In the meantime, here are a few gems from around the web that I wanted to share with you this month. Happy reading!
Turmeric is having it’s day in the sun and for good reason! It’s a super potent and healing spice that you can easily incorporate into your daily meals. Check out 19 Unexpected Ways to Use Turmeric by Meghan Telpner, 5 Reasons to Start Using Turmeric Today, and my recipe for Turmeric Roasted Veggies.
Love buying food bars for a snack but aren’t sure which are the healthiest options? Check out Top Health Food Bars from Suzi at Gurl Gone Green. She gives information on what to look for, what to avoid, and which are her go-tos. Or better yet, make your own.
Looking for some more tips on Minimalism? Check out this roundup of books on Minimalism and Simplicity by The Good Trade.
This episode is hilarious (with a few curse words so if you have kids, maybe don’t listen to this one with them in the car!) and super informational, check it out What the FORK to Eat! With Stefanie Sacks on the Party In My Plants Podcast (Episode 17)
Want to learn more about self-care and personal growth? Check out this episode of Let it Out with Katie Dalebout where she interviews Davida Kugelmass of The Healthy Maven (episode 138).
My new favorite snack, hands down is Chocolate Cherry Bites
This Cream of Mushroom and Roasted Garlic Soup from Vanille Verte is amazing. (And dairy-free!)
Since it’s definitely still soup season, let’s throw this Cauliflower Leek Soup in here too because it’s super easy and super delicious!
Since beets are still in season, try out these Smoky Beets-- perfect as a side or on top of your favorite salad or grain!
Have a great weekend!