Friday Favorites #2

This week has been a little insane to be real. I’m still figuring out how to balance two businesses and working from home. I do have a tendency to work a lot and not take breaks, which has been leading to some worn out nights. It’s progress, not perfection, right? Let’s just say I’m thankful it’s Friday!

All that to say, I love what I am doing! I just opened up 1:1 coaching spots and am so excited to start working with women! Plus, I’ve had a lot of freedom to get coffee with other entrepreneurs and female leaders here in Philly, which I love to do.

We don’t have big plans this weekend, except resting, cleaning, and doing a couple work things, but my main goal is to rest up and finish my Cultivate What Matters.

Now here are some of my favorites recently…

Candelles Candles

I have finally found non-toxic candles that don’t cost an arm and a leg! Candelles are made with an all natural soy wax blended with only natural, phthalate-free fragrance oils, no additives at all, and they are made in PA. Ever since discovering that candles, especially scented candles, can be harmful to our health, I’ve missed the comfort of a burning candle. Candelles are phenomenal! Our favorite scent so far is Blue Spruce.

Salad Bowls

Even in the winter, I love a hearty salad bowl. I have had some requests for what goes into my salads, so here is the recipe for this especially delicious one. Organic spinach, Organic broccoli slaw, roasted sweet potato (cut sweet potato into wedges, drizzle with avocado oil, salt and pepper, and roast at 400F), chicken (simply sauteed on a skillet with some spices), chopped apple, feta, and dried cranberries. For a dressing, I simply drizzled olive oil and red wine vinegar and added salt and pepper.

Red Notice

I’m a huge history buff, and love a gripping autobiography or memoir. Blake and I started listening to this book over Christmas and were hooked right away. It’s about a Western investor in Russia during the time I lived there (1992-2009). It is a fascinating inside look at the corruption that was happening during that time. If you like history and conspiracy, this is for you.

Baked Oatmeal

I love baked oatmeal, but never make it. I found this recipe from A Couple Cooks and it was a hit! I baked it Sunday night and we enjoyed it for breakfast for a couples days. Do you have a favorite baked oatmeal recipe?

Have a wonderful weekend!



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