Eat, Wear, Read: Summer 2020

Hey everyone! I hope your September has been going ok and that they’re hasn’t been anything terribly surprising and/or traumatizing. I just wanted to be consistent over here and do my quarterly Eat, Wear, Read post for my summer reads, meals, and outfits. In true 2020 fashion I’ve been struggling with clothes a little bit…

Eat, Wear, Read: New mom edition

I know when I need a distraction in life, I like to turn to food, clothes, and books. So if that sounds like you, then enjoy today’s content. I’m throwing it back to my new-mom-of four days. Things had to be simple, stretchy, and comforting for the first few months of this year with the…

Eat/Wear/Read: Pregnancy Edition

Last year, for fun, I wrote a few eat/wear/read posts documenting my current favorite foods, “fashion”, and fiction/non-fiction books. I’ve been wanting to do it again but not all three categories in my life have seemed very blog-able lately… or this year. (Namely the food one… I mean, you can only make a bowl of…

Eat, Wear, Read: Summer 2018

Summer is now a thing of the distant past, but it was sure filled with some delightful food, books, and good outfits! Here’s a quick recap of my favorites: Eats: The salad of choice this summer was a mix of greens (spinach, romaine, kale, and Brussel sprouts), apples, chicken, dried cranberries, and poppyseed dressing. Sometimes…

Eat/Wear/Read: May Edition

Hey, peeps! I’m excited to write another eat/wear/read post! May quickly came and went, but here is my food, fashion, and fiction choices for the three-week spring we had. So in May, I wanted to set a goal of 10 days of Whole 30 eating. (Eyeroll, here I go again, right??)  I succeeded in hitting…

Eat/Wear/Read: April Edition

To liven up my blog life and to write about something not kid/baby related, I decided I’m going to do a short and sweet post each month called “Eat/Wear/Read” because no matter what I’ve got going on in life, I am a total enthusiast regarding food, fashion, and fiction (and sometimes non-fiction, but that doesn’t…