Friday Favorites: 9/14/18

We’ve been preparing all week for Hurricane Florence, which is expected to hit Charlotte early tomorrow morning. Although we aren’t in the direct path, Charlotte’s expecting lots of rain with the possibility for flooding and power outages. It’s a weird feeling to track a storm all week while sitting and waiting for it to come to you.

As you can imagine our only plans for the weekend are to stay inside and let the storm do its thing. I’m hoping to take this time to clean and organize around the house and I have a stack of library books that need to be read. To all my east coast neighbors who are dealing with this storm, my prayers are with you.

Pumpkin Spice Granola…Paleo, vegan,  and gluten-free

12 Healthy Freezer meals using real food and no-cook prep. These burritos are my personal favorite from the bunch.

I could eat this salad everyday.

No bake Peanut Butter Pie….Yassss!

I have a drawer full of apples and this coffee cake is calling their name…..And mine.

These gluten-free biscuits makes this southern girl very happy.

I ordered this casual sweater, which arrived this week. It’s extremely comfortable and perfect to throw on with leggings after a workout. I ordered it in pink but will probably be ordering more colors as well.

As someone who loves to read historical fiction novels, I found this list to be intriguing. I’m currently reading this book from the list.

Several of my girlfriends told me about the Dr. Death Podcast and now that I’ve been listening, I’m telling everyone as well. This six-episode podcast, tells the story of Dr. Christopher Duntsch, a Texas neurosurgeon whose 18-month surgery spree left dozens of patients dead, paralyzed, or in agonizing pain. Its horrific to think this actually happened in real life and it’s disturbing to know how the healthcare system failed to protect patients from a negligent surgeon.This podcast is dark, which typically doesn’t draw my attention, but I can’t stop listening.




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