weekly highlights {3}

Last week was busy and felt like it flew by. I have friends whose kids are involved in multiple activities, and I don't know how they do it. I feel like my schedule is packed and currently the only activity around here is school, until baseball starts again in the spring. Anyway, here are a few highlights from the week.

Weekend baking with my favorites


  • 4-ingredient granola - This was so easy to make! I added it to yogurt all week to make breakfast feel like a treat. 
  • Chicken and veggie stir fry - This is a weeknight dinner go-to. I love how easy it is to change up; this week we had it with chicken, peppers, and broccoli, but it's also good with pork and other veggies--just use what you have. 


  • A year of reading the world blog - On the latest What Should I Read Next? podcast, Anne's guest mentioned that she was challenging herself to read a book from every country. Anne mentioned a blog from a woman who did just that, so I had to check it out. I haven't yet read many of her posts, but her book list is amazing. 
  • The Success Principles by Jack Canfield - I just finished listening to this on audio. He has a lot of valuable advice, but be warned--this book is long! 


  • Unruffled podcast: No Bad Kids: Questions about Tantrums, Mealtimes, and Cleaning Up - This episode was as if Janet Lansbury was observing my life lately and telling me, "You need this." Sometimes I feel like my life is one big power struggle with Violet, and her podcasts--this one in particular--remind me that it doesn't have to be that way. 


What were some of your highlights last week? 

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