10 Hot New Books for April

I’m sharing 10 hot new books to read including a food memoir, a diet and exercise book from Carrie Underwood’s trainer, a healthy cookbook with delicious and easy recipes, a new tale from the creator of Downton Abbey, and more good reads! Read on to find out what’s on my April reading list. Share this […]

10 Books to Read this Winter

Looking for a good book to read? I’m sharing 10 must-read books to add to your Winter reading list. Books to inspire, encourage, and keep you up way past your bedtime. 1.    THE ONLY STREET IN PARIS | Elaine Sciolino: The former Paris bureau chief of the New York Times shares her love for her adopted working-class neighborhood […]

Link Love

Here are a few fun and informative links from around the web. Hope you enjoy this edition of link love. P.S. Download the Pocket App or Feedly to save articles to read later offline. Note: Links are not endorsements and do not necessarily represent my opinion. 1.    I have never ordered anything from Rent the Runway […]

Link Love

Here are a few fun and informative links from around the web. Hope you enjoy this edition of link love. P.S. Download the Pocket App or Feedly to save articles to read later offline. Note: Links are not endorsements and do not necessarily represent my opinion. 1.    Why porn and destroying a name are the same […]

Celiac Disease Resources

I am often asked why I follow a gluten-free lifestyle. The answer is I have celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder that causes the small intestine to be hypersensitive to gluten. Celiac disease can damage the part of the small intestine that allows the body to absorb nutrients, making it difficult for someone with the disease […]

Link Love

Here are a few fun and informative links from around the web. Hope you enjoy this edition of link love. P.S. Download the Pocket App or Feedly to save articles to read later offline. Note: Links are not endorsements and do not necessarily represent my opinion. 1.    The best coffee in every state. 2.    The […]