1. Set point weight range.
I’m working on a post on set point weight range. If you have lived within your set point weight range for a bit, what realizations have you found?
2. The most satisfying meal I’ve had in awhile.
This past weekend we spent some time with family and my sister whipped up this Everything Bagel Breakfast Casserole. My favorite breakfast currently is something savory paired with an iced vanilla latte, so from the beginning this was right up my alley.
She let it soak overnight and the texture took on a bread pudding-esque quality that I found particularly satisfying and the most satisfying meal I’ve had in some time. Next time I make it I’m going to do half the amount of cream cheese, since the cream cheese was the only part I found myself wishing there wasn’t quite as much, but I’m not a huge cream cheese lover and you may be.
It was so tasty I had it for breakfast and shortly after had what was left of it for a morning snack, as seen below…
3. New books on the girls bookshelf.
In light of everything going on in the U.S., a good friend recommended a few books for the girls bookshelf and one was The Day you Begin. It has a unifying message on how some may appear different than the majority, yet hearing people’s stories allows us to find connection. I start crying at the same part every time. I think it’s a book everyone can relate to, since I imagine everyone has had situations where we don’t feel like we belong and know how lonely that is.
4. Not reading DMs on Instagram any more.
They’re just too much. Lately I’ve been finding myself wishing for a social media free life. The majority of my close friends use social media very sparingly so I feel the pull to do this as well. So, if I seem absent on Instagram, it’s because I am. I’m getting on, posting, and then deleting the app off my phone. I don’t want Instagram as part of my life anymore. I want my energy, time, and bandwidth for immaEATthat to be spent here on the blog. I say this not for pity or to be woe is me, I know I’m very fortunate to have all aspects of immaEATthat as part of my career, but just so you know that if you want to get in touch, blog comments or email is the best way to do that! I don’t want anyone frustrated I don’t respond to their DMs.
5. I made cobbler.
My dad brought us some peaches and I put them in this cobbler. It was so good. It’s going to be my go-to cobbler recipe!
I hope you’re having an okay week and finding ways to care well for yourself. We have been utilizing one of our babysitters more and are on the verge of change as the girls will start back at their daycare in July. I. Can. Not. Wait.