I'm not a one who meal plans. I grocery shop and try to think ahead 2 or 3 nights and for the rest of the week kind of just wing it. I often find myself searching the internet for recipes that include the odd ball mix of ingredients that I happen to have on hand. I was hesitant to try Hello Fresh as I wasn't sure if it was for "non-cooks" like myself but I found myself pleasantly surprised.
I have a guilty pleasure. I've become obsessed with Fox's reality singing competition, The Masked Singer. I got into it mid-season last year when I caught a clue package for The Rabbit and knew instantly it was Joey Fatone. The concept is crazy! Celebrities wear huge costume heads (not just plain old masks) and very elaborate costumes while singing and the judges try to guess who is performing.
I thought I had it all figured out. My toddler would declare that she pooped and she would have about an 80% accuracy of having already gone or would go within the hour. After months of this, I took it as a sign that she was ready for potty training. We purchased her a potty, a book about going to the potty and I started scouring the internet for best practices.
Can you believe it's been 25 years since the sitcom Friends debuted? I was admittedly very young when this show started but my parents watched it and have said it was on since it's premier but my first vivid Friends memory is when Ross said, "I take thee Rachel" during his wedding to EMILY. Since then I've watched and rewatched the entire series numerous times over and can quote Friends in every day conversations. There is A LOT going on to celebrate the show's milestone but if you want something that isn't going to cost you anything I say power up Netflix (okay, you may have to pay for that) and watch these 25 episodes of Friends to celebrate it's 25th anniversary.
"On October 3rd he asked what day it was.." It's Mean Girls day everyone! I admittedly haven't watched this movie from start to finish in a long time BUT that doesn't stop me from being able to drop a quote down on the regular. Today is October 3rd and I'm sharing some of my favorite Mean Girls quotes and when you can use them in everyday life.
I'm in no means a "food blogger" I don't really fancy myself as a cook either. But every once in a while I find a meal that is super easy to make and remember. The remembering part is key for me because I tend to not write things down and when I work off of a recipe on my phone I never save it or remember where it came from and it is never made again. This recipe requires 5 ingredients. That is something else I love, the fewer the ingredients , the better!
When it comes to recipes I have one motto, the less prep, the better. That's why I love meals that call for very few ingredients and this meatloaf recipe is no different! Not only that, but I'm actually share three different ways you can make this meatloaf.
As a child I never broke a bone. I never required a trip to the ER. I was always careful, I guess or the non-adventurous type. Well my toddler has already proven herself to be the exact opposite of her mama because the ripe old age of 2 and she landed herself in the ER with a "common" injury among toddlers that I never even knew existed.