Let’s be honest, there is no bad way to eat a s’more—but some ways are definitely better than others. And when those s’more cravings come, and you are nowhere near a bonfire, what are you supposed to do? Microwave your marshmallows? No way. I need my marshmallows golden brown and gooey to perfection. So let me introduce you to the indoor solution to s’more cravings—Skillet S’mores Dip! Ingredients 1/2 Tablespoon butter Cover bottom of skillet with chocolate chips Jumbo marshmallows (halved) Graham crackers Directions Adjust rack to center position of

I think one of the biggest reality checks after graduating college was realizing that the learning does not stop when you get that diploma. Going to school is only the beginning of the learning process. But personally, I like it that way! I think embracing new knowledge is the best ways to stay humble and improve yourself as a person. Learning new things makes you a more interesting, makes it easier to relate and communicate with different types of people, and overall just makes you more confident in diverse situations.

You know, being an 80-something in a 20-something’s body is actually really hard work. {Tweet this} Hangovers have somehow progressed from being minor morning headaches, to feeling like I a got an actual head transplant. Getting ready is now more of a burden than actually being fun. And is it just me, or does Sunday Funday have a totally different meaning once you hit your mid-twenties? The thought of going to a bar for the football game—while slamming bloodies and shots of whiskey with every TD sound great—until I’m about

I’m sure you’ve heard of several types of cleanses: juicing, herbal detoxes, fruit and veggie cleanses, the list goes on. But what about a social cleanse? After going through a few ups and down with relationships, friendships, and my career over the years—I finally realized that I have a significant amount of say in the people I let in and out of my life. After years of associating with toxic people, I decided it was time for a mortal cleanse—sounds like something out of a horror movie but trust me,

Ingredients 1 1/2 medium red bell peppers 1 (15 oz) can chick peas, drained and rinsed 3 Tbsp fresh lemon juice 3 Tbsp tahini 2 cloves garlic (use fairly small ones) 1/2 tsp salt, or more to taste 1/4 tsp cumin 2 Tbsp olive oil Parsley and red pepper flakes, for garnish (optional) Directions Roast Peppers (if you want to roast your own – otherwise you can buy them from the store) Move an oven rack so that it is about 5 inches from the broiler. Turn oven broiler on.

Suffering from aging, dull, blemished, and uneven skin? This 100% organic Total Face Renewal Mask will help! As some of you already know, I am starting to incorporate more natural and organic things into my life. Not only during my grocery shopping but in my beauty routine as well. I am a true believer that nature has things that can cure many health and beauty issues – and it’s really fun to make your own beauty products! What are the skincare benefits? Avocado – Has a high fat content and

There are some things you just can’t get in the city. Ever since I was little I considered Up North as my little piece of paradise. I love being by the water and surrounded by woods/nature. It’s so peaceful and the scenery is impeccable. So every year my family takes a week-long vacation up to our lake house; and each time it gets harder and harder to go back to the city. And of course with such a picturesque getaway, I had to snap a ton of photos! These are

I fed a bear, took a selfie with a zebra, pet a giant tortoise, got my purse chewed by a baby goat, hung out with a bunch of deer, and a giraffe tried to make out with me—I’d say it was a pretty epic day at Wildwood Wildlife Park in Minocqua, WI. Growing up we knew it as “Jim Peck’s”—the place where you can go up to domesticated deer and literally just hangout with them. But things have changed a lot since I was a little one! They now have

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