It was closet clean out day! One of my summer goals was to clean out my closet so that it's not only easier to get ready each day, but because I knew there were items in my closet that I never wear. It took about 3 hours for Nick and I to clear out both… Continue reading Closet Clean Out & Summer Salads
Wednesday evening, we headed back to The Columbia for a family dinner. My older sister, her two boys, and my Uncle, met us. They all live in different parts of Florida. I started dinner with a margarita. You could taste the fresh lime juice! For dinner, I got the Palomilla. It's a thin steak, topped… Continue reading Gluten Free in Florida: More Cuban Food, Le Macaron, & One Last Beach Morning
Monday it finally cleared up a bit so Nick and I headed to the beach. We spent all day lounging, swimming in the ocean, and taking walks along the shore. By Tuesday afternoon, we needed a break from the sun. Nick was craving a blackened fish sandwich. We headed to the Dry Dock Waterfront Grill,… Continue reading Gluten Free in Florida: Beach Days & Lunch at Dry Dock Waterfront Grill
Sunday was still rainy and in the lower 80s/upper 70s outside. Coming from 100+ degrees in Texas, I actually wore my sweatshirt I brought in the morning! Since it wasn't quite ideal for lounging on the beach yet, I decided to head out for a run. I ran along the road next to a park… Continue reading Gluten Free in Florida: Running, Reading, and Vertoris Pizza!
I love mornings. Mornings are a time to start fresh, to focus on the day ahead, and to think about all the possibilities the day can bring. I have been fortunate to work from home on Thursdays this month, and it has allowed me to really enjoy the slower pace of summer. One of the… Continue reading Morning Coffee with Peanut & Summer Shape Up
Hi! I’m Ashley, a 28 year old, working & living in Dallas with my dog and husband. I’ve started this blog as a way to give myself a creative outlet to discuss everything I am passionate about and to share my journey. What am I passionate about? Lots of things! For one, food is always… Continue reading Change
Photo Cred: Ed Gregory First, I’m sorry. Not because eating gluten free is bad, but I’m sure it wasn’t an easy journey to get to this point. I know because it wasn’t an easy journey for me. I had months of not feeling well, knowing something was off, and feeling frustrated that doctors hadn’t figured… Continue reading So you just found out you have to eat gluten free…