Can we take a moment to appreciate the goodness that is homemade nut butter? Sort of like baking bread or making pasta from scratch, nothing beats the process of turning simple, no-fuss ingredients into something delicious.
After a long day of work, school, running errands, or tending to your littles, nothing beats a 20-minute dinner. Especially when it’s bursting with flavor, textures, and tastes equally delicious the next day.
It’s a beautiful thing when you realize that spring is here. According to the calendar, anyway. I’ve mentioned this before, but winter isn’t my favorite season. Having grown up in California, sunshine and mild weather are engrained in my blood.
Happy, happy Wednesay. How are you? How has winter been treating you? For many of us, winter can be a trying time of year. It’s cold. And dark. And depending on where you live, maybe the sky is a recurring shade of grey. Thankfully, winter in Denver is fairly mild, and there seems to be plenty of hygge to go around.
Nothing says winter in Denver quite like today: a few hours of heavy, thick snowfall (the kind for playing, not driving), followed by bluebird skies and welcomed sunshine. Although I’m a California girl at heart, I love living in the Rockies — Mother Nature does it best up here.
We maaaade it! Friiiiday! Earlier this week, I launched a poll on IG Stories, and 99% of you voted in favor of a ‘day in the life / what I eat in a day’ post. So, here we are. If you’re new to Wellness with Edie, welcome.
‘Tis the season for holiday cards. And if you’re anything like me, you’re scrambling to pick (or take!) a Christmas card photo, find a design that fits your family’s personality, and mail your cards before December 24th.
Just like that, Thanksgiving weekend is upon us. And in case you haven’t heard, everyone is pranking their family members about microwaving a turkey. It’s absolutely hilarious. TBH, we could all use a little comic relief this time of year.
Hi, there! I know — it’s been a month since I last posted here. Work and life have been busy, yes, but my blogging mojo has sort of disappeared. Truthfully, carving out time for this space has become less of a priority than I’d like to admit.
Hello! How are you? When I started writing this blog post, I was sitting at the Baltimore airport, catching up on emails before flying back to Denver. I was in Maryland last week, building brand relationships, eating all the things, and connecting with humble, hardworking, and passionate humans at Expo East.
There are fewer things I love more than eating a sandwich for lunch. They're delicious and nostalgic. They remind me of middle school lunchboxes, weekend playdates, camping, and my early teenage years.
Hi, friends. Happy Friday! Long time no chat — apologies for the radio silence. How are you? I hope August has treated you well. If we were sitting in a spacious coffee shop, sipping on something iced and enjoying the warm summer breeze, our conversation would probably revolve around the following: change.
AUGUST. Hi, hello. I hope all is well in your corner of the world. I'm currently at my parents' house in California for the week, working until we head to Lake Tahoe this weekend. My parents live a few hours away from the fires in Mendocino, and it is incredibly devastating to witness their impact.
Sweet, sweet summertime. I love you. But with the afternoons reaching into the high-90s in Denver, I've had zero desire to turn on my oven (or spend ample time in front of the stove). In other words, I've been craving ice cream, ice cream, and more ice cream.
Just like that, it's June. In a lot of ways, I shouldn't be surprised. Time is flying. When life is busy, and you enjoy what you do (read: work, go to school, take care of your kids, etc.), time seems to move at warp speed.
In many ways, I believe that our careers choose us. That is, so long as we're paying attention to the universe’s signs. Armed with our passions, our innate strengths, and a bit of courage, there's no career we can't manifest.