Recently, I wrote about discovering a love for photographing people. While I’ve enjoyed food photography for a couple of years, it’s not until this school year that I’ve realized how much I love taking pictures of people. I’m so excited to share that I’ve launched a new website: www.livsphotography.com. About a month ago, I decided I wanted a place to compile my photos so they didn’t just
Hi there! I hope you had a great Easter weekend! I’m always inspired with new meal ideas when I eat with friends or see meals posted on blogs or food Instagram accounts. I think it’s especially helpful for me when I see what other college girls/single people are eating since I’m not at a point in my life where I’m going to be making big casseroles for
Throughout my life, I’ve gravitated toward things that I tend to naturally do well at and avoided things that I didn’t think I was good at. I think that’s what most of us do. I can cook, run long distances, and write, so those are things I like. Go figure 😉 And I’m equally, if not much more, aware of the things I “can’t” do.
This mason jar banana pudding is made from scratch with real, recognizable ingredients for a sweet treat you can feel good about enjoying. I’m happy to partner with Bob’s Red Mill for this recipe post! Banana pudding + mason jars are two classic Southern things, so it makes sense to combine them, right? I was excited when I had this burst of inspiration and I couldn’t wait to make them. Banana pudding is one of those
I’ve been all over the board with healthy eating over the years. I’ve gone from being too “health conscious” for much of high school (and consequently, underweight), to giving myself a lot of freedom and gaining some necessary weight during my freshman year of college, to gaining a bit of unnecessary weight during my sophomore year. Now in my junior year, I feel like I’ve found a good balance and am back