This weekend I turned 29. Woohoo! I’ve heard that the last year in your twenties is the key stepping stone for the rest of your life. So much has happen in such a short period of time to my friends who gone from the age of 29 to 30. Many of them have met the loves of their lives and gotten engaged, started new jobs, moved across the country, or started a successful business. I’m not sure what God has planned for me the year of 29 but I’m praying that it’s better than the rocky road I’ve experienced at the age of 28. My prayer for the age of 29 was that it be a year filled with new beginnings, health and happiness. Even though I’m not sure what he has planned for me, I’ve created a list of 30 things I would like to before I’m thirty.
30 before 30
Take a Vacation (I haven’t had one in two years)
Do yoga 3 times a week
 Create a 30 day photo journal
 Learn to cook food classics from scratch
 Brush up on my spanish
 Take a cooking class
 Visit my BFF in California
 Mail hand written letters to friends far away
Go on a yoga retreat
 Buy flowers weekly
 Discover gems around my neighborhood
 Read 30 books
 Take a trip alone
 Fall in love again
 Paint a painting
 Pay off car and credit cards
 Get a business license
 Get a stamp in my passport
 Get a dog
 Take a class in Food Photography or Food Styling
 Make a craft from Pinterest
 Finish remodeling my kitchen
 Buy a painting
 Donate to a charity i am passionate about
 Have lunch or coffee with 30 bloggers I haven’t met
 Organize my closet
 Take a trip alone
 Get certified in something
 Give a speech in public
 Go on a 30th birthday trip
It looks like it’s going to be a busy year. If you have any resources that would help me finish this list, reach out to me via e-mail.
One of my newly favorite fall obsession’s is pumpkin. I started eating pumpkin a few years ago and can’t get enough of it. I love pumpkin lattes, pumpkin pasta, pumpkin soups, and especially a good pumpkin muffin. After reading this article in The Kitchn about making homemade pumpkin puree, I decided to use fresh pumpkin to bake my favorite pumpkin muffins.My secret to making any muffin moist is by adding yogurt to the batter. For some reason yogurt always seems to keep the muffin from drying out. The worst types of muffins are ones that crumble in your hand.
Do you love pumpkin? What’s your favorite fall food?
A moist gluten-free pumpkin muffin that is perfect fall treat.
Fall is my favorite season! I love the weather, the way the leaves turn gold, the fashion, the hot apple ciders and the best part is the fall baking. Throughout the season I’ll be sharing a few of my favorite fall recipes.
In honor of National Apple Month, I decided to bake a gluten-free apple crisp. The great thing about this recipe is that it’s quick and easy but semi healthy too! Using fresh apples, gluten free oats, gluten free flour, butter, brown sugar and spices this dessert is perfect dish to serve at your next fall harvest party.
Gluten-Free Apple Crisp
A Gluten-Free Apple Crisp recipe perfect for your next fall party.
6 baking apples, peeled, cored, and sliced into cubes
1 cup of gluten-free rolled oats
2/4 cup of brown sugar
a dash of salt
6 tablespoons of Vermont butter, 3 tablespoons melted
1 tablespoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon all spice
1/4 cup apple juice
Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees. Grease an 8-inch square baking sheet.
In a medium sized bowl, mix together apples, 1/2 tablespoon of cinnamon, all spice, apple juice, lemon juice, melted butter, and 1/4 cup of brown sugar. After mixing together pour apple mixture into your baking dish.
In a separate bowl mix together the oats, flour, salt, cold butter, remaining cinnamon and brown sugar. After stirring, place oat mixture on top of the apples.
Bake in the oven for 45 minutes or until golden brown.
Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
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I recently lost a lot of weight unexpectedly and none of my clothes fit. So my closet could use a serious makeover at the moment. I want to feel comfortable in my own skin again. I’ve been getting my diet under control and trying to have multiple snacks a day. I’ve been snacking on Progresso’s new Progresso™ Light soups during my workday. My favorites are the Chicken Noodle, The Roasted Chicken and Vegetable, Italian Vegetable. Each can of soup has 100 calories. These soups keep me feeling full between meals and I feel great throughout the day.
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I’m always looking for healthy snacks to take with me to work. My usual hummus and homemade pita chips was getting kinda of old. So I decided to find a way to use chickpeas in a different fashion by roasting them in the oven. This healthy and easy snack idea for Roasted Garlic Rosemary Chickpeas can become addictive, so watch out! What’s your favorite work snack?