Meet Stella the Cat

Stella is one-year old! And yes, she has a Twitter. She’s very busy so I like to keep everyone updated on what she’s doing. See pictures at bottom. Here are some fun facts about Stella: Her birthday is January 14, 2020, and she was given the name Cupcake. I adopted her October 15, 2020, and…

Yep, Another Quarantine Hobby: Meet My New Etsy Store!

My Etsy Store Recently, I ordered rainbow window privacy film for my front door to give my living room a bit more pizazz. There were some sheer curtains, but I thought going rainbow would make the privacy part more fun. It did! But–I had some leftover rainbow film! So I scratched my head and thought…

I’ve got a Podcast now!

Find us on… Our website Apple Podcasts Spotify Podbean During the COVID-19 quarantine of 2020, my best friend Ali Klebous and I were quite saddened our Taylor Swift concert was cancelled that April. We were going to see her perform at Capital One’s Jam Fest for the Final Four in Atlanta. I even applied for…

My Life Post-Grad

Hi all — It’s been a while since I’ve posted, and I wanted to give a friendly update: I graduated from Auburn University in May 2019 with my degree in English Literature and Communications, and moved to Atlanta on the Fourth of July to start my position as a writer at a company named Alliant….

Good Eats: The Middle Ages

Despite our modern differences with Medieval cookery, that does not make their preferred foods of lesser taste and quality—ideal Medieval dishes are just as rich and flavorful in their own unique way.

What I’ve Made With My Comically Small Tomatoes

Chicken, tomato, and spinach quinoa I used frozen quinoa, olive oil, my Tyson’s shredded frozen chicken (that I’m obsessed with), spinach, and sliced tomatoes. I sautéed the tomatoes first in a large pan with minced garlic and minced onion, and then tossed everything else in. I love this meal because it doesn’t take long to…

My Kitchen Lifesaver for Quick, Tasty Meals

(15 minute chicken noodle soup recipe at the bottom) I’d like to let y’all in on a little cooking secret of mine. Sometimes I don’t feel like making my own chicken. Honestly, it’s boring–and it takes a while. All the fun is in making the rest of the dish, not the chicken. Sometimes I don’t…