I cut my hair to emotionally prepare for losing my hair during chemotherapy. It’s not for everyone, but it did help me transition from long locks, to hair coming out, to shaved head with really no hair.
This post highlights the bonbons made specifically for, and donated to support the Big Slick fundraiser benefiting Children’s Mercy Hospitals.
with Maple Vanilla Coconut Yogurt I have a “thing,” about making sure that people with food sensitivities are included in celebrations. Whether it’s a birthday party where allergies need to be considered, a meal for a friend in need, or serving up treats to the school staff for appreciation events, […]
The process of being diagnosed with a chronic illness is not always straightforward. This post describes my experience in being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
The top 5 books I read in 2021
The 2021 holiday candy menu.
My Autumn Harvest Toffee has been making the rounds in my fall baking for a few years. It’s one of the most requested pieces of candy by my spouse and a few of my closest friends. One friend says this toffee is “everything.” Plenty of warm spices and crunchy seeds […]
Your favorite childhood cookie sandwich with a pumpkin spice and caramel upgrade.
+ VEGAN option! This recipe is an oldie that I’ve revamped a bit. My mom made a version of this no-bake blueberry cheesecake when I was growing up. As it’s served cold, it was always refreshing and was an, “easy to put together” summer dessert. Traditionally prepared in an 8×8 […]
I grew up very active and athletic. When I was young, I was the only kid in my grade to make it to the top of the rope in the gym climb. Yes, I totally just dated myself as a child of the 80’s with that. I was tough and […]