A new favorite dinner
Often we find ourselves getting creative for dinner at home. I have been trying to avoid carbs and eat more protein. But sometimes the basics just get boring. On a whim I put together this ‘breakfast salad’ that has turned into a weekly meal at Katie Lynn.
It’s super simple, low calorie, and delish!
2 cups lettuce
2 strips turkey bacon
1 fried egg over easy
1 stalk celery (optional)
1 English cucumber (optional)
sprinkle of 2% shredded cheddar cheese
dash of Tabasco
**Add any vegetable fo extra taste!**
It doesn’t get much better than this…My rock, my playmate, my best friend.
I went down a notch on my belt today. It was only a few weeks ago that I was mad that I went up a notch (yes, technically, that makes it a TWO notch day)! Healthy choices and motivation will get you far - and thin!
“Progress is impossible without change and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” ~George Bernard Shaw
Date night - two nights in a row!!! @jamesbmeek
Weekly design inspirations by Anne Meek
Want to add drama to a space? Check out these Artichoke lights we installed in the new Carle Tower!!! GASP!
The PH Artichoke lamp is considered to be a classical masterpiece designed by Poul Henningsen more than 40 years ago. The PH Artichoke is the ultimate style icon. The most desirable things in life have a precious, enduring beauty that should be treasured forever. The Artichoke offers such a timeless allure. It’s undeniable elegance is reflected in the delicate modernist composition of 72 “leaves” which was inspired by the structure of an Artichoke. The Artichoke displays an enduring style and elegance that is destined to captivate everyone who sees it. Strikingly beautiful, the PH Artichoke lamp is so much more than an ordinary object that provides light, it is indeed in itself a work of art.
Weekly design inspiration by Anne Meek
Don’t be afraid to mix several elements, textures and finishes into one space! Not to mention adding contemporary pieces to a more traditional setting creates individuality; and a personalized space that doesn’t feel like every item was purchased from the same place. Like a furniture display at a department store? Purchase a few pieces but not the entire collection - keep the style in mind a find a similar item somewhere else. This will begin your journey into an individualized space.
(Source: thisivyhouse, via ysvoice)
Things like this make the world a better place.
A woman peeks inside the Little Free Library in New York City on June 5. The funky structure is one of 10 mini-libraries that popped up around the city recently. Visitors can duck under the inverted plastic tank & browse the 40-book collection. Borrowing is on an honor system: You take a book, you return a book. The project was inspired by the Little Free Library movement, which aims to promote literacy & a love of books. Thousands of tiny libraries have sprung up all over the world thanks to the movement