This week, I couldn’t do that.
Yesterday I used the term, “people fixer.” These words make me cringe.
I have realized that many people are not broken…therefore they don’t need to be fixed.
I am not perfect, and I am not a licensed mental health professional, but this is what I know.
The following story was submitted by my best friend, Becky, in hopes that others will read this and relate. I am so proud to share her words with you below!
This recipe is a bit of a sorbet/ice cream hybrid, as it uses almond milk for a bit of creaminess…but it has all the intense, deep flavor of a sorbet. Bonus: it’s lactose-free!
I’ve debated creating this post for a while, thinking that it could come across as self-indulgent. But then I realized…whenever I see people “getting real” on social media, I applaud them for not painting some false perfect picture of their lives.
This week something very rare happened: we ran out of sandwich bread. I know, I know, this sounds unbelievable coming from a bread-a-holic. I’ve been busy working on my latest A&E story for the Weekly, and I needed a fairly easy homemade white bread recipe that not only tasted better than store-bought bread, but could be made with my KitchenAid stand mixer with very little hands-on time. I adapted this recipe from Fun Cheap or Free: