Good morning and Happy Wednesday!!  First . .  let’s pick a winner of the Flavcity Keto Cookbook . . . drum roll please . . .


May 20, 2019 at 10:21 am

I always thought it would be nice to have a small bakery or diner. Something where the menu and items changed on a regular basis maybe according to my mood. 🙂 I also LOVE to come up with party themes/decor. I can’t believe so many who rsvp didn’t make it. Looks like an amazing time. I sent you a DM about a week ago not sure if you got it. I know your Insta app was down for a bit. Don’t they realize who you are and how many questions etc. you get daily?

Congrats Kym!  Shoot me your address at and I’ll get it out to you.


I’ve been loving Beatrix Market as my go to for breakfast when I haven’t done a full weeks grocery shop.  I’ve literally walked by this place for two years, not knowing what it was because it’s in the lobby of a building on my walk from the train station to my office.

I got scrambled eggs, and topped it with black beans, cheddar cheese, bacon, and roasted red pepper, with a chicken sausage and the most buttery breakfast potatoes I’ve ever had.  The cost?  $4.73 – it’s like a giant salad bar and in the mornings they have a breakfast bar – it’s sold by the pound.  

Last time I checked, you can’t buy McDonald’s for that price!

Jenn and I went to Ross on lunch – fashion show at lunch!  I have a two day video shoot (I’ll talk about that on Friday!) and I didn’t have a lot of wardrobe to choose from that didn’t have super busy patterns.  They wanted neutral clothing. 

Lunch was more of Jacob’s soup – we literally ate the whole pot of soup in a day and a half.  It’s made with beef short ribs – Hannah loosely wrote down what he was doing, and I hope to form that into some sort of recipe soon for you guys.  It’s so good – a hug in a bowl.

It was Jacob’s grandpas birthday last night, so the roommates went out to celebrate.  I had too much to put together, so I made this quick french bread.  Gotta love the discount rack at Walmart – I got a whole giant loaf of bread for .36 cents.

This my friends, may soon replace my beloved smoky jalapeno as my favorite Alouette cheese.  Parmesan and basil #swoon

I still had leftovers from Formento’s, so used some of the proscuitto and micro greens to top on the pizza when it came out of the air fryer.

I scooped out some of the bread in the middle so the two slices equaled 3 ounces (5).  Then used some of the Parmesan and basil Alouette (20 grams or 2 points) and pizza sauce for the base, added one ounce of leftover burrata (2) and Trader Joe’s lite mozzarella (1), and baked it in my air fryer for 8 minutes at 360.  Then topped it with the chopped proscuitto (1) and greens.  So good!

I got home last night, and Hannah and Jacob were headed over to his Dad’s for a little bit.  I told Hannah that I needed to send photos to the executive producer and she said she’d help me when they got back.

But they stayed out longer than they thought, so I threw these pictures on Instagram and got everyones opinion – it’s nice to have that instant feedback!

This outfit got an overwhelming thumbs up!  It was the outfit I was most worried about!

The last photo shoot I had they put me in red, and that is such a bold color for me, but I really love that top.

I got those born wedges for $4.99 at Goodwill – score!  And I have a lighter sandal to go with the white pants if needed.

I was a bit anxiety ridden last night because I really wanted Hannah’s opinion, but in the end, I know it’s all going to be alright.  It is what it is – I brought everything and hopefully the styling staff can put something together with what I bring.

Alright, my train is pulling into the station – make it a great day!