Ah Christmas time. A time for family, faith and food. And by food, I mean cookies.
Being home on maternity leave means watching a lot of the food network channel. That can be pretty detrimental to my diet considering it makes me hungry ALL…THE…TIME.
I was browsing Pinterest the other day and I came across a fun infographic that illustrated the countless benefits of coconut oil. I always have coconut oil on hand and I use it occasionally, but the more I read about the advantages of coconut oil – especially when it comes to our health – the more I started to crave cookies. Ha!
Christmas means all kinds of different things to many different people. There are several things I think about when Christmas comes around – being with loved ones, remembering how lucky we all are to have the life we have, and last but not least, Christmas Cookies.
The holidays are upon us! For my family (and for most others), that means cookies. Lots and lots of cookies. Every Christmas, my mom, sister and I made a pretty large assortment of cookies (no matter how many people we were having over).
You know you work with some pretty awesome people when you actually want to see them after you have been working with them for 8 long hours in the day. My work friends and I have dinner parties about once a month (really this has only happened about 3 times but we’re trying to make a trend out of it!).