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January 25, 2011 by Leanne Vogel December 6, 2015Our homemade mini studio isn’t quite ready. We’ve decided to add one more layer of paint before setting things up. Dun, dun, duh… I’m so excited to use it, and show all of you what we’ve made! I’m hoping that by the weekend everything will be ready and rearing to go, and I can spend hours upon hours baking, picture taking, and snacking. Now that’s my idea of a perfectly awesome weekend! [Oh how things change as you age.] I ended up taking it very, very easy this weekend. I did a bunch of Valentine’s Day baking on Friday – there was chocolate flying everywhere! But as the weekend went on, I had less and less energy. It’s hard for me to admit when I’m feeling under the weather, but I’ve learned over time that sometimes the best thing you can do for yourself is to take a day off from it all and recharge your batteries. That’s exactly when I did on Sunday. No writing, no computer [I cheated a bit in the afternoon, but only for an hour!], and no chores! For a go-go-go person like myself, this a challenging task, but probably the best decision I’ve made in awhile. Balance is good, and so is fresh marinara sauce. Just sayin’. We watched movies, ate chocolate truffle cookies [recipe coming tomorrow], and painted. Our weekly casserole Sunday event was a small one this go around, due to our newly adapted laziness, and the fact that we have over 20 meals in our freezer. We’re good for awhile. I put all my money on this Chicken Marinara Melt, a Chicken Parmesan recipe adapted from Eat, Live, Run and boy am I happy I did! Can you guess what the magic ingredient is? Hint: if it were up to Lexy she’d have it all to herself…
HI! I’M LEANNE
Nutrition educator + keto enthusiast. I want to live in a world where every woman loves her body, nourishing fats are enjoyed at every meal, and the word “restriction” isn’t in the dictionary.