These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things

Seasons are changing, or really, have changed around here in the last two weeks — and in more ways than one.  Not only is fall officially and undeniably upon us, but I’ve gone back to work having accepted my full-time dream job.  So lots of readjusting of schedules, packing of lunches, and buzzing of alarm clocks going on around these parts. 

I thought it might be kinda fun to share a few photos of some of my favorite things right now.  You know, just for fun.

First up, I love my crockpot.  I actually have two big ones and one small one and suppose I should call them by their newfangled name “slow cookers” but whatever one calls them, I’m convinced they are a working girl’s best friend.


Partner to the crockpot, ahem, slow cooker is my beloved white board.  I fill it with my menu plan every week and it just keeps me on track and makes my life so much easier. Love it!


And all the effort that goes into filling that slow cooker and planning meals means I get to show up for work at the most gorgeous place ever.  I mean, really, don’t you think the building my office is in is just amazing.  


And back at the home front, I’m in love with my rain boots.  They make me happy every time I pull them on to go check on the chickens or see how my vegetables are coming along. 


Last but not least, I put together my fall table centerpiece last weekend — inspired by one I saw in the Pottery Barn catalog.  It’s so festive and was so fun to do! 


Happy Fall, everyone!

1 thought on “These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things

  1. Cute rain boots. 🙂 Where did you get them? I’m borrowing a pair from my sister and think it may be nice to get my own pair.

    Ahh, I love fall. I know it’s August and fall won’t be here for a couple more months, but I’m getting excited for it. For the present, however, I enjoy the summer as it is.

    Ps. Your next post on your homemade yogurt recipe sounds great. I’ll have to try it out. I love yogurt and granola. I also love healthy, homemade mornings with whole grains. These are a few of my favorite things. 😉

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