Friday Morning Coffee

Friday, October 3, 2014

What a week it has been. Some weeks drag on for what seems forever, and some of them (like this one) flys by so quickly you don't even know what just happened.  I'm so there.  I've started on a couple of new projects at work, and with the holidays rolling around - things are picking up very quickly!  Besides that, I'm a part of a professional organization called the Association of Nutrition and Food Service Professionals (ANFP).  We had our bi-annual workshop yesterday, and somehow I walked out of there as the new President-Elect officer. I  have no idea what I'm getting myself into, but errrr... Yay!  We'll see how that goes.  Anyhow - here are some links that I've been loving from the internet lately!  Go get a cup of joe, take a midday break and enjoy :)

++ These printables are adorable.
++ Recreating my style is something I'm working on - and this is total inspiration for me!
++ It's been a while since I've made a new dish in my crockpot, I think I'm going to give this chili a shot.
++ One of my favorite blogging posts from Melyssa!
++ This DIY needs to be done!!!  WhippinKitchen will definitely benefit from it :-).
++ A heart wrenching post from my beautiful friend Jessica where she bares her soul about a lost relationship.
++ This online shop makes me drool ALL.DAY.LONG.
++ How to QUICKLY become an expert.
++ This quirky post on real food vs food photographed for social media!  
++ Because we all need a little salsa verde in our lives!
++ Make it easier for your audience to read your posts!
++ Is it time for your life audit?
++ Three reasons to ditch your makeup brushes.

xoxo, Aukele
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1 comment:

  1. I loved Jessica's post too. I know it must have been hard to write, but the fact that she could actually write it -I'm sure- was an indicator to herself that she is healing. It hurt my heart, though. For sure.


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