The apple party followed one rule (or really a philosophy):all things apple. This meant people coming to the party could bring anything and everything as long as it stuck to the apple theme. Anything was fair game: from sweet baked pies or cakes, to savory meats and breads. We set the date, opened the invitation to anyone, and dedicated one night to enjoying the most appley eats.
With just one more day left of the year, I compiled all of the “bests” and “tops” of the year! The list includes my favorite books, recipes, trips, dates, accomplishments and more.
I am in the midst of marathon training and realize it is no joke! I asked some of my inspiring runner pals a bunch of questions about training and compiled all of their answers into one post.
This year I created a 25th birthday challenge — an attempt to complete 25 things to celebrate my 25th birthday! Check out this post to see how you can make your own 25th birthday challenge!
An appreciation post about our amazing bodies because they are incredible for everything they do.
I am far from perfect at implementation, but here are a few of the practices I’ve been incorporating into my daily routine this fall season!
One of my goals for the summer was to throw a dinner party! We’re talking about using cookbooks to create a good homemade dinner with all the real stuff. In the midst of planning, I realized the potential of starting a dinner club. So for the love of food and friends, here’s the how-to on hosting a dinner party and starting your very own dinner club.