Good Reads•Health + Wellness•Lifestyle March 11, 2020
I'm not a vegetarian but I am a self-proclaimed foodie, so I love trying different types of food. I've enjoyed a home-cooked dinner with Justin + Amy (The Chubby Vegetarian) and absolutely loved the meal, so I was thrilled to learn that they were releasing a 3rd cookbook this Spring, this time focused on Low-Carb Recipes!
If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I recently attended the MENT event in Oxford, MS. A 2 day conference of curated panels, speakers, workshops and attendee mentor engagement, Ment is a conference for the modern woman looking to construct her own future & career.
I've written about my morning routine before and the things that I typically do to kickstart my day, but on the days that I can take a little extra time with getting ready, I like to do a few extra things to make the most of my mornings.
Being intentional with how you spend your time and plan out your day is much more productive than being all over the place while still trying to strike off 50/11 tasks on your to-do lists, so here are a few ways that you can slow down but still get things done.
Last November, I took a cooking class at Sur La Table for an article for Saddle Creek, and not only was the meal we made the bomb.com, but I also learned a few things I was able to take back to my own kitchen.