(where I wrap up my weekly reads, listens, eats, buys, internet reads/finds and anything else worth highlighting) So here we are at the end of August… It’s so hard to believe that school is starting again! It’s a reminder that I need to get my butt in gear and move faster in the mornings to… Read More Saturday Bits
Today I’m driving to see my dad for an early Father’s Day breakfast and then visiting with some of my favorite family members. Yes, I’ll openly admit that I play favorites. BUT can I back that up with saying that I have known different family members as a child vs. adult. There are some who… Read More bits o’ this & bits o’ that
Bon Samedi! Reads: It took me 3 or 4 days to read If You Feel Too Much by Jamie Tworkowski. I believe in the mission of TWLOHA since I was in college and have always enjoyed the honesty and raw emotions expressed in Tworkowski’s writing. I don’t think I’ve ever highlighted so much in a… Read More bits o’ this, bits o’ that
This is what I’ve been reading lately: I always look forward to VegNews and Vegetarian Times showing up in my mailbox. I have magazine organizers that I store past issues in because I tend to go back and look for some recipes or informative articles that I enjoyed reading. Relevant magazine always provides great articles… Read More Current Reads
A series in which I explain my decision to stop eating meat and want to encourage you to have a more plant based diet, fast from eating meat (like Meatless Monday), or become a vegetarian. Please be advised that I respect all opinions and am not a health expert. I should have became a vegetarian… Read More Why I stopped eating meat.
I don’t think I’ve ever been excited for a cookbook release. Sure, I’ve been excited to get them in mail after making a hefty Amazon purchase, but I’ve been WAITING for this book to show up on my doorstep since I’ve found out Mama Pea was publishing it. Peas and Thank You: Simple Meatless Meals… Read More book review: Peas and Thank You
Earlier this year I made a big Amazon purchase that included Pete Wilson‘s Plan B. I was several chapters into the book when I started to think of people I know who need to read this book. One of them being my brother, who is currently re-reading this book. So often we dream or write about the… Read More book review: Plan B