Day dreaming about going back to Rocky Mountain today. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Determined to hike up these mountains with ease this time and if this view isn’t reason enough to be fit and healthy, I don’t now what is.
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How can we not talk about storage, organizing, and closets after Tidying Up aired on Netflix!?
If you’re not familiar, the show follows Marie Kondo across the US helping families declutter. (We won’t be mad if you don’t finish this caption and head over to Netflix to binge watch the entire season...)
She has a unique process to getting rid of things that do not bring you joy and how to store for and care for your belongings. (We esp love this because it’s an important step in getting your home ready to sell and to get you top dollar! 💵)
This closet by @erinkestenbaum is giving us all the KonMari feels. And what’s even cooler is this was a DIY #ikeahack 👏
It’s baking day! 🥖 I’m back at it today after a little break since Christmas. My family was like, “Mom it’s time for an intervention, we can only eat so much bread 🍞and the freezer is full!” We have now depleted our stores and I’m ready to dive back in. I’m going to post to my stories about my process today for those of you who have asked about making sourdough bread. I’m very much still on the milling and baking journey myself but I’m happy to share anything I know or have learned along the way. Please feel free to put your questions below. 👍. If I don’t know - I can point you towards people who do. 👩🏻🍳 P.S. This photo is from a recipe that I created last fall. I’m remaking 8 loaves of it today. Swipe left for the beginnings of today’s bread. P.P.S. A lot of people ask me if we grow our own grains. I’d like to grow some and this summer I am going to try and grow Quinoa and Amaranth but if I’m honest I love buying grain from local farmers who I know. Supporting local agriculture is a key part of how we can reconnect to our food source. 🌾
Einkorn Rye Red Wheat Sesame Sourdough -2 loaves
1. 100g Organic Rye
2. 100g Organic Einkorn
3. 70g Organic Hard Red Wheat
4. 800g KA bread flour
5. 25g sea salt
6. 850g of water
7. Autolyze 1.5 hrs
8. Add the remaining 50g of water and salt.
9. Bulk rise about 4 hours folding and turning every 30 minutes for the first 2.5 hours adding sesame seeds after first hour.
10. When there has been a 20-30% increase in volume you’re there.
11. Divide and shape rolling top in sesame seeds and let bench rest 20-30 minutes
12. Line proofing baskets with linen or dish towels.
13. Final shaping, put top down into basket and put in the fridge for a cold bulk rise til morning.
14. Preheat oven to 500F with combo cast iron bakers inside.
15. Line with baking paper and transfer loaf to the bottom of the baker - quickly score the top.
16. Put the lid on and quickly return to the oven. Bake for 20 min then reduce heat to 450 for another 10 then remove lid and finish baking for 25 mins on 450.
17. Allow to cool completely on a baking rack before slicing
How many things have you not done in life because you were scared of failing?!
Last year I tried my first black run skiing. I was terrified and tired. It was the last run of the day, and it was icy. I told myself "just take it slow, you got this". I took it at my own pace. I pushed through the fear and got to celebrate it after! 🙌🙌
It's the same scenario for an at home fitness program. You are scared that you won't stick with it, that it won't give you the results you want, that you'll waste money. How do you know if you've never tried?! 🤷
I promise you THOUSANDS of people have had success and changed their lives with these programs and online support communities. I'd LOVE to have you in mine and help you do the same! 💕💕 So WHY not you?! Let's face those fears and get you feeling amazing!! 😁😁