Originally posted on 2 Classy Sisters:
Valentine’s Day is coming fast, which means time is running out to get your loved one the perfect gift! I definitely understand the struggle of trying to figure out what gift to give so I decided to give you some suggestions with a gift guide! These are some helpful gift ideas for both him & her. For Him Yeti Tumbler Boxers Personalized Whiskey Decanter Watch Personlized Wallet For Her Purse Wallet Jewelry Candle Gift card for Massage Hopefully this gift guide was helpful and gave you some ideas! Let me know what you’re getting your special someone for Valentine’s Day in the comments below! -Rachel
Originally posted on 2 Classy Sisters:
Originally posted on Meals Under the Pressure Cooker:
The idea of a chef’s garden has always been alluring to me. I used to imagine a small patch of land cultivated for the growth of a few vegetables and herbs needed by a nearby restaurant. But what are the benefits of a chef’s garden? What’s exactly in a chef’s garden? On a weekend trip to Big Sur in Northern California, I got the chance to visit a thriving chef’s garden in the Post Ranch Inn near Highway 1. It turns out that there are far more varieties of vegetables and herbs in a chef’s garden than I had always thought. While talking to someone who worked on the chef’s garden, I was delighted to learn about the wonderful benefits of a chef’s garden. As we can see, a chef’s garden produces fresh, organic vegetables, which translates to healthy, tasty food on the plate. Vegetables in a chef’s garden are naturally grown, which means that they are not synthetic or genetically modified. Produces from a chef’s garden…
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My name is Alana, and I’ve been writing in a diary for as long as I can remember. I started in 1993 when I was eight years old and kept writing up until I was 28 in early 2014. I didn’t write every single day, but I acquired plenty of diary entries over those 20 years that I thought would be fun to share. I decided to start a blog and post each diary entry online, no matter how boring or mortifying they might be. To make things a little more interesting, I also add photos and include present-day commentary where I provide explanations, observations, or simply poke fun at my younger self.
Originally posted on NEW BLOG louiseroserailton.com:
It’s the 1st December 2015 and I’ve decided to set myself a bit of a challenge. I’m going to take part in Blogmas this year. Last minute decision, which I may regret but I’m going to give it my best shot. This is my first ever Blogmas, so I’m excited. I’m really looking forward to reading Blogmas posts from other bloggers, sharing traditions, Christmas memories and more. Get ready for one post every day, for 25 days! My Blogmas posts this December will be a mixture of Christmas and non-Christmas themed. I really hope you enjoy my posts – past, present and future. I’ve already planned out what I’m going to post each day, but if you have any suggestions – I’d love to hear them. Leave any ideas in the comments below.
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