Stovetop potpourri is a lovely way to fill your house with fragrant aroma to really make the season come alive. The combinations are endless. All you need are some spices, herbs, fruit, and/or extracts, then toss them in a pot of water, and let simmer while the fragrance fills your home. One of my favorite […]Read More Holiday Stovetop Potpourri
Avocados are one of my favorite foods. I eat them almost every day. They are super versatile, good by itself, or added to almost any dish for an extra smooth creamy yumminess. When they stopped carrying my favorite avocado dressing at the grocery, I decided it was time to make my own creation. Since I […]Read More Zingy Avocado Dressing
These cupcakes are to die for. Moist classic red velvet cake, fused with tangy vibrant raspberry coulis, and silky smooth whipped cream cheese icing. The combination is spookily delicious. I topped them with edible meat cleavers that I made from sculpting chocolate for an extra deadly creation. 😉🔪 Let’s make the cupcakes! Get out the dry ingredients […]Read More Bloody Red Velvet Cupcakes
I’ve been wanting to make a wall hang for awhile and thought I’d start off with something simple with tassels before I attempt to dive into more intricate macrame and knots. This is super easy to make, just put on a podcast, tv show or some music and create away! Materials you need: Macramé cotton […]Read More DIY Tassel Wall Hang
Beaches. They are amazing, relaxing, and a must for summer vacations. As we were looking for a place to go, besides having a gorgeous beach to relax on, we wanted somewhere with a boardwalk and fun activities within walking distance. So, when we stumbled upon Daytona Beach, it really hit the mark! Plus, it was […]Read More Daytona Beach Girls Trip!
Pachinko – engaging, immersive, eye-opening Recommended by a coworker who is making her way through NPR’s best books of 2017 list, Pachiko did not disappoint. Set between before World War 1 through 1989, the book follows a Korean family through a few generations. It particularly focuses on how they settled in Japan and their distinction […]Read More Book Review: Pachinko