Five Little Things
Five Little Things I loved the week of June 12, 2020: a break from cooking, laugh-crying, a new cooking show, and more!
How are you this Friday? This week, we approached 90 days of sheltering in place — I hope you are still hanging in there. I know lots of places around the country have been opening up, and here we are a little slower in doing so. But that is fine by me — I know I personally will need a little extra time getting used to life outside of full quarantine. In the meantime, I’m still cherishing this time with my family, daily walks, and a quieter pace to life.
Here are Five Little Things I loved this week:
Around this time of year, I love the simplicity of scrapping a big meal and grazing over a cheese and charcuterie board instead. Not to mention, after nearly 90 days of non-stop SIP cooking, it’s a great way to take a break! I shared how to make an epic charcuterie board this week — be sure to check it out!
Oh, what we can find when we listen! From nature to one another, there’s always something to appreciate. I always find peace on my walks — the quarantine has allowed me to hear the birds and their calls, and if I were back in New York, I would listen to the birds that are flourishing there, too. Take a listen to 13 birds you can hear right now.
I’ve been loving Nadiya’s Time to Eat on Netflix! She’s so warm and engaging, and her recipes look amazing!
Online shopping — we take it for granted these days, but who remembers what it used to be like?
5. Laughing…and Crying
For my fellow Schitt’s Creek fans, this is for you!