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February 12, 2021

I LOVE LISTS

Love is our Mother

I LOVE LISTS

  1. People are giving up drinking because of the pandemic.
  2. Things Gen-Z needs to stop. HA.
  3. Mildly interesting photos.
  4. How will jobs & health care look in the future?
  5. This house from the 70s is a time capsule. 
  6. Did you see this Target dress challenge?
  7. Shelley Duvall was my childhood.        
  8. How amazing would it be to get a blanket like this?
  9. I love a playful husband. I’m married to one.
  10. How the food we eat affects our brain.
  11. An honest review of the TikTok baked feta pasta.
  12. This floral embroidery is incredible.  
  13. Londoners in 1877.
  14. Put your ginger in the air fryer. Hmm. Curious! 
  15. How to stop overthinking.
  16. Household objects transformed into art.
  17. What happens to couples under stress.
  18. Remember Prince’s Superbowl halftime show? 
  19. People share mundane things that they find exciting.
  20. Aunt Jemima has been rebranded.
  21. Simple things to do for Valentine’s Day. 
  22. Frozen mocha mousse for your sweetheart.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

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February 10, 2021

Granola Bark

Granola Bark - Shutterbean

We take our granola pretty seriously here in California. So much so that you can get a 3-inch chunk of granola bark down at a good coffee place for over $5 with your $6 coffee.

 I’ll make my own breakfast and coffee at home for less than $11, thank you. 

Granola Bark - Shutterbean

But then I wonder if it’s one of those things where what you are paying for is better portion control. Having a whole tray of granola bark in my presence could make me eat well over $50 of granola bark. 

Granola Bark - Shutterbean

I packaged some up for my Dad & a neighbor friend so I don’t end up eating $200 worth of granola bark.

This is for all of you who also love finding clusters & chunks in your favorite granola. 

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February 8, 2021

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 6 of 2021

Happy Monday, friends!

Busy weekend working in the yard planting my lemon and lime tree in the ground. I got laundry done, cleaned the house, and spent time with my boys.  I worked in some meal prep too! Here’s what I did to clean out our fridge this weekend:

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Meal Prep this week includes:

Let’s get down to business and write down our Intentions for the Week.

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February 7, 2021

My Everyday Life Week 5

Here’s what this past week looked like- My Everyday Life Week 5

I live with a 12-year old barista now. 

With latte art! 🙂

#shutterbeanmealprep this week!

I shared how I used what I prepped on my Instagram stories this week. 

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February 5, 2021

I LOVE LISTS

You'll Never Know // i love lists by Tracy Benjamin of Shutterbean.com

I LOVE LISTS

  1. Relatable if you’re married. 
  2. Perfectly timed photos are perfect!
  3. I dry wet pans with the residual oven heat. 
  4. Fun with hot dogs. 
  5. Old cars are so cool to look at. 
  6. To watch: Framing Britney Spears
  7. I like looking at people’s bedside tables. 
  8. Dioramas are my favorite. 
  9. Whoa look at this van.
  10. Airstream has this beauty too. 
  11. These paper sculptures are incredible.
  12. Trader Joe’s reviews (the writing is hilarious)
  13. How are you?
  14. 30 best state parks in America. 
  15. Buy Nothing Groups are building communities. 
  16. Life lessons from 100-year-olds. 
  17. A teen captures pandemic isolation in a short film- Numb.
  18. Yes, the pandemic is ruining your body.
  19. Tunics to wear over leggings: one / two / three /four
  20. Superbowl foods: pigs in blankets/ turkey chili / hot & spicy saltines

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February 3, 2021

Currently January 2021

Currently January 2021- -Currently Workbook by Tracy Benjamin of Shutterbean.com

Currently January 2021 in my Currently Workbook. 

What is time these days? This month took forever and then kinda blew by fast. 

When it was raining and we were stuck inside, watching movies was our refuge. We watched a lot of them this month. 

We had to shelter-in-place here in California for COVID. It feels like it’s never going to end. 

This is my January spread in my workbook. 

Currently January 2021- -Currently Workbook by Tracy Benjamin of Shutterbean.com

JAN-

Currently January 2021- -Currently Workbook by Tracy Benjamin of Shutterbean.com

UARY!

I used my favorite gel pens to color it in. 

Currently January 2021- -Currently Workbook by Tracy Benjamin of Shutterbean.com

INSIDE

Currently January 2021- -Currently Workbook by Tracy Benjamin of Shutterbean.com

All the good things that happened this month.

Currently January 2021- -Currently Workbook by Tracy Benjamin of Shutterbean.com

All the data!

Currently January 2021- -Currently Workbook by Tracy Benjamin of Shutterbean.com

Let’s get into it! 

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February 1, 2021

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 5 of 2021

Happy Monday! It’s a Monday and it’s a new month. We had a nice weekend here. Watched a lot of movies, made pizza and I cleaned out the fridge and did meal prep!

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Meal prep this week includes:

Let’s take a moment and write down our Intentions for the Week. Here are mine!

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