Daily Dose of Green

Making Green Juice with My Omega J8006 Juicer

When I lived in Chicago, my apartment was just down the street from the cutest little juice shop. They offered wheat grass shots, a selection of cold pressed bottles, and freshly juiced specialty drinks. It was here that my deep affinity for wheat grass and green juice came to be. It took almost a full year before I found a juice shop in Minneapolis that’s even close to what I was used to. Check out the links to both establishments at the bottom of this post.

Now, I’ve never tried a juice fast – or bought into juicing as a meal replacement. I use it to supplement nutrition that is otherwise missing from my diet. I usually have fairly healthy eating habits, but I know I’m not getting enough of that good stuff that’s packed in leafy greens. This juice helps to gap that bridge, and I know exactly what’s going into my body.

Morning Green Juice

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A river cuts through rock, not because of its power, but because of its persistence.

Bohemian Pouf DIY

It seems that ever since I re-covered my old colorful throw pillows to create a more neutral palette (why!?), I’ve been pining for a more bohemian feel to our home. I lust for those spaces; a sheepskin rug under a tree stump coffee table, vining plants crawling down from macrame hangers, rugs and blankets and pillows of various textures and patterns. And, The Pouf.

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Hogwarts and Hashbrowns: A Wizardly Drag Brunch

AKA, The Best Day of My Life.

In honor of today being the anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts, a solemn day of remembrance for us Potter fans, I decided to lighten the mood by sharing with you one of the best days of my life. That day was the day I went to Hogwarts and Hashbrowns: A Wizardly Drag Brunch. Some genius decided to combine three of my favorite things: brunch, drag queens, and Harry Potter. How do we nominate this person for an award? Continue reading “Hogwarts and Hashbrowns: A Wizardly Drag Brunch”

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