French Toast Needs Sugar

French Toast was one of the first stove top things I learned to cook. Since it was harder to burn, I preferred making them over pancakes. To this day, I prefer making French Roast over pancake made from a complete mix. Yes, the ready to make mix only calls for water and a hot skillet,... Continue Reading →

Meme Mondays with Trisha: Sweater Weather

Its that fun time of year where it's not time to put the A/C away, but a heater would make it feel like Summer is hanging on by the grit of it's teeth. That my friends is Sweater Weather. Since I keep seeing funny reels about this seasonal SNL skit, it felt like we were... Continue Reading →

TGIF: Is it a Perm or a Relaxer

In my experience, a perm is a verb that does two different things. It either straightens curley hair or gives curls to straight hair. Which word is right? Technically, a perm gives curls to straight hair, but I did not know that. I grew up hearing it called a perm. In my late teens, I... Continue Reading →

The Nightmare Before Christmas Cookbook and Entertaining Guide

The Nightmare Before Christmas is on of my favorite Bermonth movies. Since the movie opens up with This is Halloween, we don't get much direct Halloween celebration for the remainder of the movie. That doesn't mean spooky lovers miss out. Jack Skellington gets the town on board with his hostile takeover of Christmas, but they... Continue Reading →

Motivational Mondays with Trisha: Sugar and Spice

Its officially autumn! Its the most wonderful time of the year. I know that's associated with Christmas. In the spirit of the season, I wanted to find Sugar and Spice quotes. Thanks to Cartoon Network, those words bring Powderpuff Girls to mind. Whereas, others might view that a spooky reference. The professor wasn't using a... Continue Reading →

TGIF: I Love Lucy and Desi

Is it weird that I Love Lucy? Not really, the show usually came on after my Saturday morning cartoons. Since it was a family friendly show, I found humor in it. That enjoyment continued from childhood to adulthood. After all, Lucy and Ricky are so iconic. While I was scanning my Instagram for Vera Bradley... Continue Reading →

Mom Life with Vera Bradley

Remember that Vera Bradley post I wrote 10 years ago? I was a college graduate reflecting on the style that took a hold of my campus. I didn't own any Vera Bradley. Let's Fast Forward, I'm a wife and mom of two with several Vera Bradley bags and matching accessories. I felt like it was... Continue Reading →

Motivational Mondays with Trisha: Elegance

Thanks to Peacock TV's exclusive partnership with Bravo, I watched The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip this. Throughout Season One, Kyle (one of my favorite Beverly Hills Housewives) kept singing "Money can't by you class." I thought she was making a dig at Ladies (present company) that she felt were acting classless. Turns out, the... Continue Reading →

TGIF: Peacock TV’s September 2022 Annual Subscription Discount is a Steal

Last month, I got an email from Peacock TV about the streaming service's exclusive September discount. I didn't put much thought into it. I already watch shows like Grand Crew for free. This week Hulu notified me about it's rates going up. Plus, I'm down to one device at a time for Netflix. So, I... Continue Reading →

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