No matter what you do, or how much time you give yourself in a day, it always seems to rush by. I needed something quick to eat, on the go. I basically just took everything in my cupboards that seemed like they would go good in a granola bar.
Mix it up to desired taste and consistency. I put it in a dish and threw it in the fridge, so it could firm up. I left out the exact amounts because, well, I pretty much don't measure out amounts. A handful of this, a scoop of that... You might know how that goes.
And there we have it! A granola bar fresh out of the dish.
With stuff in it that you can pronounce. I like that.
Anything else you would put in a granola bar?
Happy Eating on the Run!
I think a huge part of why TOMS has been so successful is that people really do want to give back. Ten million shoes sold, and ten million shoes given away. They are cute, and they make you feel good about your purchase. It's karma, if nothing else.
With its Giving Partners and customers like you, TOMS has transformed everyday purchases into a force for good. Every time you purchase eyewear, TOMS helps give sight to someone who needs prescription glasses or medical treatment. And with every pair of shoes you buy, TOMS gives a new pair to a child in need. To date, that's over 10 million pairs!
Feel good about what you buy, because we all know that money can't buy you happiness.
At least you can feel good about where your money goes.
And if you aren't in the mood for shopping, check out out a worthy cause to spend some money on. My suggestion? Kendra Wiberg could use some help.
Love and prayers to her and her family.
We never know when our days can end. Make the most of it, and maybe we can learn something from living like it could be our last day.
Happy Living and Giving!
I inherited this dresser; it was my mum's old dresser when she was growing up. I was drawn to it's mid century modern style, and it was in great shape. I knew I could jazz it up a bit.
I also spray painted the brassy bottoms of the legs, in Rustoleum Hammered Metal spray paint in Dark Bronze. As always.
Ants on a Blog
By Jena Keenan