Hey guys! Hello and welcome to the 18th edition of The Morning Brew – with the BFF’s! If you’re one of our email subscribers (which you totally should be!) then you know that we love sharing our weekly favorites as well as a little bit about what we’ve been up to during the week when we weren’t blogging. It’s a lot of fun for sure! Well, now we’ve decided to expand this by starting a weekly post on Monday morning’s. We’ll be sharing little bits of our weeks, rants and rambles, as well as some of the things that we’re loving. So grab a nice cup o’ Joe (or tea) and chat with us this morning. Feel free to leave a comment, and share about your past week as well. We’d love to hear what everyone’s been up to.
Here are a few of the things that we just couldn’t get enough of this week:
Sip on Sneakers – I’ve been a huge fan of slip on sneakers since they first got popular, and have worn through a few pairs too. I was super stoked to find these Kenneth Cole ones at SAMs club the other day for only $23. Because they’re a little higher quality I know they’ll last longer than just a season. Here’s a similar pair.
Chia Seeds- I feel like I’m last with getting on the chia seeds bandwagon. But I’ve been putting chia seeds in my yogurt when I’ll have it for breakfast. Chia seeds are awesome because they have so many health benefits and you can incorporate them into a bunch of different dishes.
Fried Zucchini! – We’ve had soooo much fresh zucchini come from our garden this past week, so I’ve really been loading up. One of my favorite ways to make it is to just fry it in a little coconut oil. SO GOOD! When the weather gets a bit cooler I definitely plan to make some zucchini bread. What are some zucchini recipes you love?
Fresh cut hydrangea– Since my hydrangeas were blooming like crazy I decided to get a few cuttings off and have some fresh flowers in my bedroom. I love admiring my little blooms. 🙂
Here’s a look at what we were up to when we weren’t blogging!
Nothing too exciting happens this week, but I did try Max & Ermas for the first time. And got their club sandwich. It was pretty good, but I will say their fries were amazing!
Recently where I work we were really working towards raising money for the local chapter of the Special Olympics. We had a benefit type thing outside the store and sold root beer floats and hot dogs & sauce. It turned out really well and we ended up raising $300 that day, and totaled out at $1,900 for the month!