Homemade Pizza.

We have fallen in love with a homemade pizza crust. I think my friend Amy told me about this one a long time ago, but I was still gluten-free at the time. (Didn’t you tell me about this one, Amy?) This is from the Pioneer Woman ~ who is not my favorite cook in the whole world, but seriously, she should win the Nobel Peace … Continue reading Homemade Pizza.

Day 10.

Sheesh! The days are flying by! Each day of this challenge has been totally different. Some days, I accomplish all four M’s like a little soldier, and all before 10am. It’s as if they are the easiest four habits in the world. Other days…well…it might take me all day, or I might not even get one accomplished. But the fact that those four M’s have … Continue reading Day 10.

Day 5.

Day 5 has been ROUGH. Not rough because the M&M’s are hard ~ rough because LIFE IS HARD. And the M&M’s are supposed to help buffer that difficulty just a bit. But it’s pretty hard to get those M’s in when you’re at rock bottom. (Except actual M&M’s, of course). But these wonderful M’s might help you out of rock bottom, Pixy! VICIOUS CYCLE. Anyone … Continue reading Day 5.

THE THREE M’S.

Dare I share this? I am notorious for starting something, blogging about it, and not following through with it. How many Whole 30’s, or Whole 21’s have there been? UGH. I hate not having any follow-through. But here I go again! Back on the horse. Here goes… I’ve been reading Julia Cameron’s life-changing book: The Artist’s Way. I have one more chapter left, and then … Continue reading THE THREE M’S.

Pesto.

My lovely Mother-in-Law asked me to post my pesto recipe. Hi Cindy! Pesto is one of my all-time favorite foods to have in the freezer, ready to add quick and fresh flavor to anything and everything. I like to freeze the pesto in ice cube trays, then pop the cubes out and store them in a ziplock bag. You can drop one or two into … Continue reading Pesto.