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December review + looking ahead to January

“Blessed is the season which engages the whole world in a conspiracy of love.” —Hamilton Wright Mabie December highlightscompleted 81 workouts (strength, yoga, strength, cycle, hiking, running)46 rides + 6 PRs + 215+ miles participated in plank challengeread three bookscompleted three-day writing coursecreated + sent holiday cardsattended virtual holiday partieswreath-making course + made a wreathcreated citrus

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our plan to help flatten the curve (aka, how we’ll stay sane + take advantage of more time at home)

Like many around the globe, we’re doing our part to protect the global community by making the kind choice to limit time outside of our home. This means shifting our typical event-driven days to things we can do inside or in places where we can practice safe social distancing. It’s currently pouring rain here in

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in our kitchen: mushroom al pastor tacos with garlic lime special sauce

I don’t recall when I first learned of Half Baked Harvest but I do remember I was immediately intrigued. The recipes sounded delicious and followed a similar ethos to our cooking — simple, seasonal and whole foods. The composition of the photos was also impressive and I appreciated that Tiegan Gerard was a fellow Coloradan

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big change is a comin’ + November review and December dreams

“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” ~Helen Keller The holidays are officially upon us and, if that weren’t enough to keep us busy, we’ve decided to head west and call California home. The hubs accepted an offer at his dream company (woohoo!) and I’ll be transferring with my current company/role to

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this week in our kitchen: carrot tart

Spring has sprung and that means all of the yummy produce we can handle! And, while we’re still anxiously awaiting the best part of spring — the opening of our local farmers’ markets — we’re finding many treasures at our local grocery store to experiment with new recipes. Most recently, we tried a to-die-for carrot

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