Baked Zucchini Chips

Baked Zucchini Chips

  At less than three calories per chip, these skinny zucchini chips are the perfect nighttime guilty pleasure. The ingredients are low-matinance and have a quick, two-step prep before they're ready to go in the oven. Not only are they healthier than traditional potato chips, but you can spice them up however you want! I use just a [...]

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5 Ways to Make Time for Your Writing

5 Ways to Make Time for Your Writing

It's greater than any other obstacle writers may face—more of a barricade than any writer's block or rejection letter or ending that doesn't quite end up the way we want it to. It's that little mark on the calendar to penned in red, the sticky note reminder on your desk, the endless scrawl of a to-do list. What I'm [...]

Things That Await Me in 2017

Things That Await Me in 2017

For many of us, 2016 was a punch in the gut. We remember those we lost with heavy hearts, including celebrities David Bowie, Harper Lee, Alan Rickman, and Carrie Fisher, as well as those involved in the Pulse nightclub shooting and the destruction of Syria. It was a rough year for divisive politics and violent incidences around the world, and most [...]

Favorite Reads of 2016

Favorite Reads of 2016

This past year, I was able to tackle thirty novels—quite a feat if you take into account the three months of reading hiatus I took over the summer, two semesters I completed at Uni, and the novel I wrote in November. From the slush pile of reads, a select few left a lasting impression with me. [...]

Winter TBR 2016

Winter TBR 2016

Winter is a time when frost clings to the grass every morning and peppermint becomes everyone's favorite flavor. Cozy socks are a huge must for me this time of year. I spend my days inside, away from the cold and excitement of the holidays. I often read a lot of books.  This year, I was [...]