Here’s some more:Hey guys! I thought I should share with you some fashionable outfits that define layer season style. It’s like I always like to say: Layer season is every season! I hope you love these outfits. Btw, I have a challenge for you. When the new year starts (can you believe it’s coming so soon?), I, along with the SI readers that accept the challenge, will be wearing beautifully layered outfits until February. I will update every week. Will you accept my challenge, my beautiful, fashionable readers? x. jesse
Merry Christmas Eve! Can you believe that Christmas Eve is here already? Christmas is tomorrow! I’m so excited! Sorry that I haven’t been blogging in a while (a long, long while), it’s just that I’ve been really busy lately. Anyway, I just wanted to share with all of you what I was doing this year for Christmas. I’ll be going to a Christmas party tomorrow at me cousins house. What will you be doing this Christmas? I’m sure you’ll be having fun, cause I know I’ll be!
I love stove simmers. I always have. They just have an effect on my home – probably making it smell better! I don’t know about you, but in the fall, my favorite stove simmers are the ones that smell like cinnamon and crisp autumn leaves. I didn’t put leaves in it, of course, but I do love the smell. Here’s how you can make this at home:
First, grab a small pan that you think is the right size. Then, add in some spices. It doesn’t have to be specific spices, but if you want to know I used cloves, cardamom, and of course cinnamon bark. Set it on your stove and turn it to the “simmer” setting. Add in about a teaspoon of vanilla extract. Finally, pour in a small amount of water. Keep it in your house for about 30 minutes, and your house will have a fresh smell. If you want, you could even keep it in for much longer.
I love the smell of my house now! I can’t wait to do it more often.
I know, I know, flavored yogurt is practically at the top of the list when it comes to easy recipes. But I love it, and I am starting a short series of posts on homemade flavored yogurt. Today, I am focusing on Wild Berry yogurt. I made this yogurt in about ten minutes. It’s very easy. Here’s how I did it:
-1/4 cup of (frozen or not) wild blueberries
-2 (frozen or not) strawberries
– 2 containers vanilla or Greek yogurt
Mix the blueberries and strawberries in a blender with a little bit of water, about 2 tablespoons. I prefer blending the fruits together before mixing it into the yogurt, because if you mix it all together it ends up like a smoothie.
When you are done blending the fruit, pour it into a mixing bowl. Add the yogurt, one cup at a time, and stir. Be sure to get the edges, you want to get it all mixed together.
Finally, you can grab a container the right size and pour it all in! Make sure it is an airtight container, and it should last about 2 weeks.
I love it! If you want, you could take about a handful of wild blueberries and pour it in. You could use a spoon to push the berries to the bottom, to create a”fruit’s at the bottom” feel.
I hope you enjoy your Wild Berry yogurt!
Hey! I always like to do some kind of countdown to Christmas every year. This year I still want to do a countdown, but I found this cute idea to do also. A December scrapbook! I got the idea from here. I’m so excited!
Hi! Welcome to my blog, Sincerely, Inspiration. This blog is all about fun, fashion, and super easy DIYs! I think today is a new beginning in my journey. My one hope is to inspire you, and spark some ideas waiting in your mind. I hope you stick around here at SI. Inspiration just might be calling your name! 🙂