Can you believe Christmas is over?? I can’t.  I feel like this year, it came too quick.  Why is that?? My friend and I were trying to figure that out the other day and I’m pretty sure we settled on the fact that Thanksgiving came late this year.  Whatever the reason, I’m dying to go back and do it all over again.  That’s right, I want to climb back under the covers, sip hot cocoa, and watch Lifetime movies as if any of those are realistic.  Yet, something about them makes me feel so happy and hopeful!

Speaking of Lifetime, did anyone catch last night’s “Stalked by my Doctor” with Eric Roberts?? Is that guy not scary or what?? That’ll teach you to online date.  YIKES! But on another note, how funny was it at the very end when Sophie walks in, alive and well, at her own funeral, and the woman faints?? What an awesome dramatic touch that was.. ?

So, what is everyone up too this week?? I think more people take the week after Christmas off than the week before.  I don’t have any definite plans for NYE, but a few options, I’m toying with.  One thing is for sure.. I’m going to spend some time, working on some awesome finger food recipes that will be perfect for New Year’s Eve, so stay tuned for some of those, and how cool is this.. ?? My gym, is hosting a late night NYE “Eve” class at 11:00 pm with a DJ and all.  Gotta love those guys.. always coming up with awesome ways to turn workouts into an “all out” good time! ?

Well, enjoy your Sunday peeps.  I’m going to go back to enjoying my second cup of coffee.  See, I fell asleep too early last night after lunch with the bestie and then I was up until 2:30 am watching.. you guessed it.. “Lifetime,” so I’m officially in slow mooo today! But I’ll leave you with one of my favorite recipes for roasted garlic before I go.  It’s actually my favorite way to roast these beneficial cloves and I’m super excited to share it with you! ?


Prep Time: 2 minutes

Cook Time: 25 minutes

Roasted Garlic

Roasted Garlic


  • 4 cups of garlic, peeled
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 30 dried chili’s


  • Melt the coconut oil in a cast iron skillet over medium heat. Add the garlic and the chili’s and toss frequently, until the garlic begins to brown and becomes soft.


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