That song actually gets on my nerves. There are way too many versions of it. It needs a rest.
But it is legitimately cold outside here in Central PA. We’ve had flurries off and on for days, and it’s rare to see the sun. Since I always look for the silver lining, it’s a great opportunity to rock a beanie.
But when it’s this cold, it can be a little harder to feel happy, healthy and hot.
In the music department, I’m still completely obsessed with “24K Magic.” Cannot get enough! Also totally into “Fake Love” by Drake. And “Bad Things” by Machine Gun Kelly.
As far as makeup, it’s no secret that I love everything I’ve tried from 100% Pure. This company produces organic cosmetics, skin care and bath products that are super effective and happen to smell amazing.
With the winter weather, I’ve switched a few things around in my cute VS makeup bag.
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When I discovered that kicking grains and dairy to the curb could get rid of my cystic acne for good, I never looked back. And down the road, when I realized my digestion improved and my anxiety all but disappeared, even better.
But many people tell me that pasta is one of the hardest things for them to give up. So I have a few ideas…
and a warm mug of Javazen in my hands. Sounds like the perfect happy, healthy and hot winter afternoon!
If you’re wondering what’s in the oven, it’s snickerdoodles, made with a recipe that I just came up with.
These aren’t just any snickerdoodle. They are grain free, dairy free and high in protein. They still contain sugar (coconut palm sugar to be exact) so you don’t want to go crazy on them. I would qualify these as a primal and paleo-friendly treat.
I based this recipe on a recipe for flourless peanut butter cookies that I cut out of the newspaper years ago. Boy, that takes me back in time…now everything is right on my phone! A few tweaks here, a few tweaks there, and I had the perfect snickerdoodle.
On a recent trip to Grocery Outlet Bargain Market, I found jars of Nutiva coconut oil that normally retail for around $10 for $4.99. Coconut flour, which I use to “bread” chicken drumsticks, fish and just about everything else was $1.99 a bag, instead of close to $10. And the list goes on.
Healthier items are popping up more and more at places like this. (For my Central PA friends, I shopped at the Grocery Outlet on Mountain Road in Harrisburg.)