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The 5 Best Single Girl Pasta Recipes

Happy Friday, y’all! If you’ve been keeping up with me on Instagram, you know I’m in New York on a work trip right now! Packing for (and being in) a foodie city has me thinking about my one of my favorite things in the whole world:  A bowl of pasta. God’s gift to single women. And everyone else. But, especially us. ‘Single Girl Recipes’ have to meet some pretty special qualifications around here, which you’ll be familiar with if you’ve read this past spring’s 5 Amazing Single Girl Recipes or The 2017 Single Girl’s Guide to Summer Party Snacks, from this past Wednesday. …

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The 2017 Single Girl’s Guide to Summer Party Snacks

Sipping lemonade, lying in the sun, swirling your toes in a clear, cool pool…. Guys, it’s summer. A pretty big chunk of my pals are either not working (teachers!) or score 3-day weekends over the summer, which means lots of pool time, game nights, and time with my people. And any time I get to entertain? Oooh, y’all. I love that. But feeding a party while living the single girl lifestyle has some pretty unique requirements. If you read this spring’s 5 Amazing Single Girl Recipes, you know that our 2017 Guide to Summer Party Snacks had to follow strict Single Girl …

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5 Amazing ‘Single Girl’ Recipes

I define ‘Single Girl’ recipes as follows: Takes no more than 30 minutes to make, from start to finish. (But honestly, 15 minutes is more like it!) Only makes enough for one person, but can easily be multiplied for leftovers, dinner buddies, or if you have a boy that lives in your house that needs to eat too. Requires minimal prep. Aka….easy clean-up. Not unhealthy, per say, but also not a salad. Doesn’t need to have 3 side dishes to go with it to make it a meal. If you’re anything like me, you know that it’s so easy to resort to …

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Stop Starving at Work! 5 Snacks You NEED in Your Office

Alright, here’s one of my worst habits: I forget to eat. Some of you may be thinking that that doesn’t sound so bad, but trust me, it’s not good. It usually results in me not realizing I’ve skipped a meal until I’m absolutely starving, and have lost all ability to make a smart decision about what I should eat. And then I gorge on like twenty McNuggets and a large fry and a strawberry milkshake and maybe also a cheeseburger and call it good. Until (duh) ten minutes later when I have a headache and stomachache and everything aches, and there goes …