There’s only one legitimate problem with Charleston: you’re never going to want to leave. It is an absolute must-visit if you love history, Southern charm (not just the TV show but that too) great food, and a small town vibe with all the advantages of a big city. For crying out loud, its been voted #1 US city like 5 billion years in a row.
Growing up, I feel like we had stuffed peppers almost every week and somewhere along the road to adulthood, I forgot all about them. Until I found my mom’s recipe and discovered how INSANELY easy they are to make and yet completely delish.
As we know, I’ve been obsessed with Vitacost for several years and they are celebrating their 25th BIRTHDAY this year! I discovered Vitacost when my health journey began and needed to find all these crazy supplements that I couldn’t find locally — and if I DID find them, they were so expensive!
It’s time for Brit’s annual best of green beauty list! That sounds like I’ve done this for more than one year, but the truth is I’m pathetic and doing ANYTHING regularly, or even annually. But, alas, this is my second best of green beauty post and it’s a belated Christmas miracle if I ever saw one.
I’m sharing a super special recipe with you all — my family ate they frozen cranberry dessert every Thanksgiving for my entire life as it was my Grandma Kay’s signature! It’s SO good and the perfect balance between sweet and tart. Now that she’s passed, I make it every year in her honor and my dad and I pretty much eat the whole pan.
If a recipe takes more than 30 minutes, I’m not interested, ya feel me? I started making this super easy Greek pasta YEARS ago and now have modified it to be gluten free (also easily dairy free). This dinner makes an appearance a couple times a month because it’s so quick and EVERYONE loves it!
Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) is defined as the presence of an abnormally high number of coliform bacteria in the small bowel. First, make sure you’ve read part 1 of this blog: Understanding Sibo, which goes into understanding the condition, the symptoms, and how to properly diagnose it.
Hey guys!! Bernie the Goldendoodle here.
You’ll never guess what? I have my very own pine tree inside the house. I’m not sure why there’s no pinecones to eat underneath it like there usually is, but.
Tanning, harsh chemicals, toxic beauty products, and Accutane all led me to a horrendous cycle of inflammation, hyper-pigmentation and never ending acne. For about 30 years, apparently I was conducting a little experiment of what happens if you act like a complete idiot and do every. solitary. thing. wrong to your skin.
I’m pretty sure I’ve never tried to hide the fact that I believe fall is the superior season. So much so, that I’ve always said my “new year” starts in September. The air just smells different. The way the light hits things is different. The world changes color for no good reason but to be beautiful, and I love it.