It’s time to fully embrace the Christmas season by treating you and your home to some festive new decor!
Once Halloween is over and the temperature has officially dropped, with no signs of rising again, it’s time to get your home ready for the most magical time of the year! I don’t know the exact number, but when red and green are suddenly my favourite colour combination again, I know Christmas isn’t far off. What better way to get into the holiday spirit (besides being a good person and doing good for others) than by turning your home into a festive and colourful wonderland. There are so many unique and creative products out there and while all might not be your taste, I can almost guarantee that there’s something for everybody.
A delicious and so, so simple recipe for Cinnamon and Chocolate Chip Monkey Bread Muffins. It’s the perfect fall dessert for a sweet brunch or an effortless after-dinner treat.
Dessert is something I’m almost constantly craving. Coated in chocolate, line with chocolate, next to chocolate – as long as chocolate is involved in some form, I’m there for it. Whenever I bake anything, the first thing I ask myself is, “Can I get chocolate in this without ruining it?” Afterall, I’m a chocolate snob (in that I eat it and judge those who don’t), but I wouldn’t dare use it in a recipe that it absolutely wouldn’t suit.
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I have never been a watch person. To be honest, the perception of their utility, rather than as a fashion accessory, has always been my main focus. Why do I need to tell the time if I have an iPhone almost literally glued to my hand? As I began to embrace their uniqueness, however, I was reminded that there will never be such a simple addition to my outfit. I could wear a necklace or a ring, but nothing will ever be quite as timeless (pun intended?).
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One of the most fulfilling things I’ve done with my social media presence over the years is find my own personal aesthetic. Instagram is one of my favourite platforms to share photos from my life, styled shots (there’s probably always coffee), and delicious food photographs.
You know, whenever I share a recipe with my readers, rather than thinking about the food itself, I’m always more concerned with what I’m going to say that will ultimately lead to the detailed instructions. In this case, as I whisked the dry ingredients, blended the wet ingredients, and combined the two to put into muffin tins, I was also jumping back and forth between Instagram and the original recipe for these pumpkin muffins.