Check out this week’s Friday Favorite Five Edition 19!
Hey friends, it’s time for the weekly Friday Favorite Five. It’s already my 19th post in this series and it’s been fun sharing all of my random favorite things every week. Let’s get started!
Favorite #1: Fritatta
Lately, I have been making frittatas for Jimmy. It’s easy, nutritious, and super filling. It’s a great way to load up on vegetables, protein and it’s delicious. One night, I washed and prepped a bunch of vegetables. I sliced them up and sauteed chicken sausage, bell peppers, green beans, onions, and mushrooms. I used them to make frittatas, omelets or just to eat over some quinoa. My frittata is just a mix of that sauteed vegetable and sausage, two eggs, and some shredded cheese.
Favorite #2: Fish Scale Microfiber Pack
These cleaning cloths are great for windows, glass, mirrors, and more. You can cut a small piece to clean your glasses. It’s used to catch dirt and can absorb a lot of water. It comes in a pack of 10 and I love that it’s a multi-purpose cloth.
Favorite #3: Ryobi Compact 8 Volt Cordless Drill
This compact cordless drill is such a great tool for small projects especially when I don’t want to use the regular drill. It’s easy to hold and great for a lot of smaller DIY projects around the home. I typically use this for installing curtain rods, furniture building, and handyman or handywoman 😉 type of projects around the home.
Favorite #4: Get that old stale baguette soft again
I found the easiest hack to get a stale baguette soft again. Just slice it, run it under water quickly, and then cover it with foil. Place it in the oven at 325 degrees for about 10 minutes. You can remove the foil and bake it a little longer or just eat it. The bread will become soft again! Baguettes get hard so quickly so if you don’t want to make croutons or throw it away, try this hack!
Favorite #5: Live Plants
Georgia weather is tricking us as we were running the air conditioner but it’s 20 degrees again tomorrow. Either way, I am enjoying all of our houseplants and love seeing Figgy Azalea grow so healthy and tall. When I bought her, she was so sad looking and now she’s thriving with lots of healthy leaves. I make sure to take the whole pot every week and a half and run the water thoroughly through the soil. She seems to really love this spot. If you want to make your home feel cozier, I recommend adding a few houseplants.
Or just add a fresh bouquet of grocery store flowers. I can’t wait till my hydrangea bushes are in full bloom this spring and summer!
Have a great weekend, friends, and thanks for reading! I will add these sources again if you missed them from the last post.
Jimmy and I donated to Convoy of Hope which is an international faith-based, non-profit organization. They are currently providing essential relief supplies to Ukrainians.
Let all that you do be done in Love. 1 Corinthians 16:14
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