I don’t know about you, but to me a good cup of hot chocolate is sometimes the brightest point of a dreary winter day!
When I say good, I mean rich, creamy and flavorful. I’ve made my hot chocolate for friends and family before and to some it’s just too rich. I understand. And I’m not offended. I have trained my taste buds to enjoy such richness because of how I cook and eat.
(Just ask my husband about my butter habits!)
Hosting friends or family during these long winter months is a great way to lift your spirits and stay connected.
But before you start making excuses for how much work that sounds like, hear me out.
You don’t have to have the Pinterest perfect house or decorations or food or anything. You don’t have to have a spotless house. You don’t even have to cook if you don’t want to!
If you are reading this post, you have access to the internet. You have access to some sort of computer device. You can read. So you probably live in a developed country.
Being so materially blessed is wonderful.
it does make Christmas shopping challenging.
How do you give meaningful gifts?
Gifts that won’t add clutter to the recipient’s life? Gifts that won’t be forgotten and wasted?
Hash browns are one of those things you only order at a restaurant because they know just how to make them. They arrive on your plate crispy and golden brown – the perfect accent to eggs or an omelet.
I’ll let you in on a little secret.
Hash browns are super easy to make at home!
Christmas is just around the corner!
With it comes the agony of figuring what to buy that certain someone. Inevitably you will end up getting them something similar to what you gave last year.
I get it.
It’s hard to be
original and practical with gifts.