Growing up, this delicious lemon Bunny Bread was a staple at our Easter Sunday brunch (post-egg-hunting, of course). It’s a tradition in our family, one that my Italian-immigrant grandmother started. But it’s far from an Italian tradition! The recipe was borne of Grandma’s desire to fit into American culture (and probably clipped from Good Housekeeping). It still had familiarity, though, as lemon bread is also a common Italian baked good. And boy, is it delicious.
Corduroys, white blouse, and green puffy vest from my 2nd Stitch Fix
DEPENDS ON HOW YOU DO IT
Are you on the fence about trying out the ever-popular personal-styling trend?
Yeah, I was too. You definitely aren’t completely missing out if you decide not to dabble in Stitch Fix… but it could also really work in your favor. Let me lay it out there in terms of how it works, the pros and cons, and the best way to get the mostbang for your buck.
I might as well be up-front about it: I’m going through a break-up (er… divorce). It’s a struggle for many reasons, as you can either relate to or imagine. But aside from the immense emotional and financial turmoil, it’s the little, every-day adjustments that have caught me most off-guard. And from these small conquests I have learned the largest lessons about embracing this new phase of life. So here they are. Continue reading →
This blog project has been brewing for some time. I have dabbled in blogs before, but they never stuck. Why? Because I wasn’t being my authentic self. I was subscribing to the blog-o-sphere’s obsession with apparent perfectionism (emphasis on apparent). I was trying to do all, be all, conquer all—essentially be something that I was not. And in the end, I was benefitting no one, least of all myself.