Chicken may be basic, but it's definitely not boring. With a little know-how and the right recipe, you can turn the affordable protein source into something that'll keep you and everyone you know coming back for more. If you're still not convinced, these 13 easy and exciting chicken recipes are sure to change your mind. Sticky bourbon-glazed thighs, spicy Korean-style wings, healthified air-fried chicken tenders, and more will prove once and for all that no part
The gift-giving holidays have come and gone. The menorah is safely tucked away, and the tree's lights are coming down. The year is done, and it's time to celebrate, but now that you're a mama it's time to nix the late-night New Year's Eve plans. Replace the old night of Champagne-fueled fabulousness with a New Year's Day of family fun. Check out these artsy ideas, treats, and family activities that keep the merriment going year after year!
Happy 2020, y'all! As you plan for whatever fun you'll have ringing in the new year you may be thinking about how to kick start some life goals heading into the '20s. The new year is always a great time to reset and reevaluate, right? We dug into our archives for resolution inspo for a healthier, happier, more productive you. Sticking to a resolution for 365 days can be tricky though so we've got ideas for actually achieving your 2020 goals too. You got this!
How are those New Year’s resolutions holding up? Have you been working out more? Eating healthier? Whether you’re on- or off-track with your 2014 goals, we’re here to help… with dinner! Spaghetti squash is in season and it’s a great low-carb, low-calorie, and gluten-free alternative to pasta. We’re dishing up three tasty spaghetti squash “pasta” recipes that will help you keep those resolutions in check. Say hello to guilt-free comfort food!
The New Year’s Resolution for You, According to Your Zodiac Sign. After the excitement of New Year’s Eve settles (and you’ve finally recovered from your bougie South Beach celebration), you’re left to think about what the upcoming year brings — or at least what you hope it will. Enter the New Year’s resolution.
This year, instead of resolving to make up for last year's shortcomings or trying out a new diet craze, take steps toward total happiness with goals that will bring a smile to your face every day. More often than not, New Year's resolutions are based around changes we want to make or things we don't like but think we should do more of; this year we want to encourage you to do more of the things you actually love. Here are three things — besides bod goals, job goals, and bae goals
New Year’s Eve doesn’t have to just be all about crowded bars and overpriced drinks. Those options can be great, but sometimes a tasteful dinner party can be even more fun and celebratory. Picture this: an array of Champagne cocktails and all kinds of fancy finger foods for your giddy guests before you serve up a fantastic dinner. Top the night off with a New Year’s toast, and suddenly you’ve hosted the perfect gathering.
I think we all know relaxation is good for us. Exactly how much is debatable though and many of us can’t imagine taking on a ritual of meditation. It’s been used for thousands of years in Asia to heal, but there’d have to be serious science to convince us of anything that’s new age. (Image via Lifescape Solutions)
The leaves are a-changing, the air is crisp and everything pumpkin spice is in season. It’s autumn (a personal favorite), and I’ve got my own pumpkin spice concoction to share with y’all. Get ready to wow your guests with these babies — pumpkin spice churro milkshakes (served in real pumpkin bowls)! Yep, I’ve carved into and scooped out the insides of these pumpkins to use them as serving cups. Aren’t they adorable?
Did you go crazy buying wrapping paper this year like we did? Yeah? How could we help ourselves when there were so many amazing patterns and colors? Well, we’ve got a great way for you to use some of the leftover wrap that you love so much. We’re working with Hallmark to create a last-minute photo booth for your holiday shindig. Not only can you make a backdrop, but you can also make props out of your gift-wrapping goodies.
Ever meet someone who you feel immediate kinship with on a deep almost spiritual level? That is legit every person's experience upon meeting Dev Heyrana, the star of this edition of Creative Crushin'. A fine artist, hip hop dance teacher and constant collaborator, Dev's particular brand of creativity is one-of-a-kind. She manages to be warm, welcoming and woke, with a focus on inclusivity, social justice and motherhood that comes through in every piece of art she creates.
We have been fans of the NYE night in well before the pandemic so all the planning for *not* going out has prepared us for the year everyone stays in. Still, 2020 is a year gone by that we want to celebrate with a hard bang. Here are cocktail, mocktail, and small bite recipes to try, festive ways to DIY while at home, and fun games to play with your little pod and/or your littles. Happy 2021 friends!
We love to stay cozy throughout the holidays and colder months. To celebrate the holiday season, we've partnered up with our friends at Athleta to create this winter cozy guide that will help you embrace the chill all season long! Here are ways to soak in the season, indoors and out, travel in style, fun adventures to do with your girlfriends and motivating ways to get moving this winter.
Before you pick out that fabulous holiday dress and some fabulous accessories to go with it, you’ve got to figure out what you are going to make for dessert. You are in luck! We’ve got you covered with 19 pies and counting for your holiday dessert table. 1. Cranberry Pie with Rosemary Buttermilk Crust: We think the combination of savory rosemary and sweet cranberries is just genius. You can’t go wrong with this pie for the holidays! (via Une Gamine Dans La Cuisine)
Winter has a lot of upsides — beautiful snow-covered trees, warm cups of cocoa by the fire, ice skating with your S.O. and general holiday cheeriness. On the other hand, winter can also be seriously harsh on your entire beauty routine. Your hair, skin and nails become more susceptible to damage and breakage in the arid, frosty weather, so avoiding beauty bummers is of utmost importance.
Have you noticed the pretty paper flowers available at stores like West Elm, Pottery Barn, and even our favorite place to swoon, Anthropologie? Well, instead of spending $5 or more per flower, why not make dozens for way under $10?! For today’s installment of DIY Basics, we’ll show you how to create lovely blooms sure to brighten up any space. The best part? You won’t have to replace these flowers after a week!
What better way to celebrate the holidays than by creating your own winter wonderland? We’ve fallen in love with these snow globes and wanted to share the love. You can put these globes on your mantel, give them as a gift, or even make a whole bunch and create a wintery scene out of them! These darling globes are super easy to create and only take about 30 minutes
With Christmas decorating season in full swing, there’s no time like now to get started on DIY Christmas decor. As easy as it is to get store-bought ornaments, there’s just something so satisfying about making your own decorations and displaying them on your Christmas tree. In addition to how pretty these DIYs turn out, it doesn’t hurt that you end up saving money. If you’re like us and love all things cheap and chic, keep reading for more DIY Christmas ornaments!