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June 29, 2020

Intentions for the Week

Looking to get your head in the game? Tracy from Shutterbean makes a weekly TO DO LIST called her Intentions for the Week. Here's what this week looks like:

 

Intentions for the Week – Week 27 of 2020

Happy Monday, friends!

We had a pretty nice weekend here. I had a lady art date with my friend. The boys did baseball. Casey got involved in a bmx bike refinishing project. I cleaned the house and did a lot of straightening. Oh, and I also did a bunch of gardening. I am not sure we left the house most of the weekend. This week I have to figure out how to occupy Cooper’s time while we work from home. Hoping to get a big batch of stuff done so I can block out some time with my boo. 

I almost forgot! I FINALLY DID MEAL PREP!

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Cleaned out the fridge and filled it back up again! Recipe for strawberry chia jam and herb zucchini fritters are on my blog. #shutterbeanmealprep

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June 28, 2020

My Everyday Life Week 26

Here’s what this past week looked like- My Everyday Life Week 26

Here’s what we are growing!

I am obsessed with this chalk!  No dust and so creamy!

Headed out for the Farmer’s Market.

My goal was to get some blooms to paint!

Went with my friend Neiley.

I painted these with my camera.

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June 26, 2020

I LOVE LISTS

I LOVE LISTS

  1. Hello, dream home.
  2. If you think you’re having a bad day…
  3. Why not having human contact is hard right now.
  4. Barcelona Opera reopens for PLANTS!
  5. This water bottle reminds me to drink water.
  6. What should replace the racist monuments that are being taken down?
  7. I want my husband to build me one of these.
  8. The cutest playhouse! 
  9. How to “unplug” your kid’s tech addiction.
  10. I love seeing how people convert their garages into living spaces.
  11. Sink art that doesn’t last very long…
  12. A hair cut/color can really transform a person.
  13. 14 Black women we should learn about in History class.
  14. Your Black Friends Are Busy – a comprehensive app
  15. I’m obsessed with vintage supermarket photos.
  16. Blondies for two. Yes please.
  17. I love cabinets filled with curiosities. 
  18. What America asks of working parents in impossible.
  19. Behind Time’s America Must Change cover.
  20. This dress in leopard would be cute with these birks. 

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June 22, 2020

Intentions for the Week

Every week, Tracy Benjamin from Shutterbean.com types up her TO DO list with her Intentions for the Week post. Check out this week's post!

Intentions for the Week- Week 26 of 2020

Happy Monday, my friends. Today we’ve been at home with a child for 103 days. WE HIT TRIPLE DIGITS. 

We celebrated my husband and Dad this weekend for Father’s day. I was so busy in the kitchen that I didn’t get pictures! I have to remember to make that happen next time. Dang it. Let’s figure out what’s happening this week. Time to write down my Intentions for the Week- 

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June 21, 2020

My Everyday Life Week 25

Here’s what this past week looked like- My Everyday Life Week 25

What’s in my victory garden!

Pillow fort leftovers. 

I cleaned out my fridge this week and did meal prep! WAHOO.

Cooper always gets extra mints only because he asks for them and he’s cute.

He knows the concept of “Don’t Ask/Don’t Get” more than anyone I know.

My husband made me a hanging planter. I love it so much.

Shasta daisies in the front yard make me happy

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It’s so weird to experience this time of day during the week at my house. 

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June 19, 2020

I LOVE LISTS

I LOVE LISTS

  1. This smart house looks pretty cool.
  2. Where the artists live.
  3. Can art change the world?
  4. This sundress is adorable in the stripes.
  5. Ways the food world is changed for the pandemic world.
  6. How to protect your mental health while self-isolating.
  7. People’s stories for leaving California during the pandemic. 
  8. Band-Aid releases new skin tone bandages!
  9. These masks must be weird to see in real life.
  10. I like reading about other people’s beauty routines.
  11. A perfect lemony pasta!
  12. Chefs share their favorite instant ramen brands.
  13. This California Bungalow is beautiful.
  14. Animals stuck in bread. Lol. Yeah, that’s a thing!
  15. A trip down memory lane through art. 
  16. Dream outfit: this dress with these shoes and these sunglasses
  17. How to make it through Father’s Day if it’s a difficult time for you.
  18. Vintage photos of NY Gay Pride in the 70s.
  19. You can take free African-American History courses online from Stanford & Yale
  20. How to not kill your kid in the kitchen. Ooof. 

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June 17, 2020

Salmon Avocado Nori Wraps

My friend Amanda sent me her new book- Simple Beautiful Food and her recipe for Salmon Avocado Nori Wraps immediately went on the TO DO LIST.

Mostly because we haven’t had sushi in a while and I’ve been CRAVING IT LIKE MAD.

Also, we could stand to eat something on the healthier side in my household during this quarantine situation.  I’ve been doing too much baking

What I like about this recipe is that it uses cooked salmon. I made mine during Sunday meal prep with a batch of rice so this recipe was really easy to throw together on Monday night.

I suppose if you’re not standing around styling it/taking photos of it, it would be a BREEZE. 

Thank you for reminding me what good food tastes like, Amanda. I’m so excited to have your new cookbook to inspire me to eat more Simple Beautiful Food.

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