Sunday, January 12, 2014

wheatgerm and wandering

Hey everyone!  Today I'm going to give you all a super quick and dirty blog post.  I am in the middle of exam week right now (two down, three to go), so although I've still been making a mess procrastibaking in the kitchen, I don't have time to write about it all at the moment (don't worry I'll be back before you know it, and have a super cool post coming up on Friday!).  So here's a run-down of some cool links I've found on the internet while trying to avoid studying.  Enjoy!

take me back to when I had less paper-cuts and a less pasty-white complexion
  1. This song almost brought me to tears because it reminds me of wearing shorts and how the air smells in the summertime -- and I'm currently sitting here at my desk wearing P.J. pants with birds on them and drinking luke-warm almond milk from a Disneyland mug.  Also it's just a great song.  Have a listen.
  2. My mom made this fool-proof no knead bread today and I can't stop sneaking downstairs to rip off another piece.  Carbs are great fuel/motivation to get through another set of flashcards.
  3. My first article for the Huffington Post was posted today! Check it out here. More to come!
  4. Recently I have been obsessed with this blog Wander Onwards. Vanessa is wandering around the world (currently in Beijing) and has a contagious sense of adventure and spark for life.  Her blog really puts things in perspective when I almost rip all of my hair out when my printer jams while printing out my physics study guide. 
  5. Wheat germ is amazing I've been pouring it on everything (it also makes this granola recipe super good)
With love,
Erica

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4 comments:

  1. Congratulations on being published in the Huffington Post! That's awesome!

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  2. Hey. Your pictures and all are so cool- I was just wondering how your recipes get featured by the huffington post. How do they find your recipes?

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    1. Thank you! For my french toast recipe, they asked me permission to use my photograph, and I let them!

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