It’s March ya’ll!! How did that happen?! I must say, I’m really glad to see Spring this year for the pure fact that it means One Cute Cowboy is finally done with wheat pasture cattle. He’s been more or less gone all winter long taking care of cattle, so it’s nice to have him home more often.
I’ve been thinking a lot about simplifying (read as: decluttering.) It’s hard because, let’s face it, I like stuff. I like knick -knacks and trinkets and sometimes I feel like Ariel in the Little Mermaid. But I truly look forward to making this happen, slowly but surely, this spring! I think that’s reflected in this mood board. Simple, clean-cut spaces, and of course tons of gardening things coming to mind this month as I prep my flowerbeds and garden. It’s my favorite part of spring! What’s yours? Enjoy!
Happy Spring Everyone!
When I was single and living in Music City, U.S.A., this was my breakfast more times than not. Though Tennessee is the King of BBQ, Nashville is a very health conscious city. This was a simple, healthy breakfast I found I could maintain and keep up with fairly easily. Not only that, I could make a few days worth of breakfasts at a time.
All you need is the following:
- Glass jars, or any kind of container
- Your favorite breakfast fruit: blueberries, strawberries, peaches, mangos…the list is endless
- Greek yogurt
You simply get your jars ready and put anywhere from 1 cup to 1.5 cup of Greek yogurt in each jar. Now add your fruit, my personal favorite to use are these delicious fresh blueberries. But any mixture of berries or nectors would be great. Blueberries and strawberries make a great tasty, patriotic breakfast. 🇺🇸😉
Then just put the lid on them and put them in the refridgerator until you’re ready for breakfast. Through trial and error, I’ve learned the best time to add the granola is right before you’re ready to eat it, otherwise it gets soggy and doesn’t have that nice, satisfying crunch to it.
There you have it! A simple, healthy, delicious breakfast to get your day started! Grab a spoon and enjoy!