Hi friends! Sunday Reading is coming atcha from one exhausted girl. After a FULL work week, I headed to Knoxville on Friday to visit the Drake’s team for a UT game we sponsored. Then church, grocery shopping, laundry and trying to get my life into some kind of order today.
I did get to celebrate the launch of the Scout Guide Lexington‘s fourth edition this week, which I am a part of. Not only was it a great party, but still so cool to think that I am featured among such great local businesses and other bloggers.
Highs & Lows
High: I finally got to try Native Bagel in Berea and meet the owner Katie, who I’ve chatted with on Instagram a bit. It’s always cool to connect with people you’ve met online in real life, and even better when they’re awesome local business owners, and EVEN better when it’s over delicious bagels!
Low: A sweet coworker and friend was very sick this week. It looks like she’s on the mend now, but always hard to see someone close to you hurting.
Links I Love
You can make granola in the slow cooker? I’m intrigued.
Apparently this is the knife Anthony Bourdain says everyone should own. It’s made “similarly to a samurai sword.” Sign me up!
New food emojis yasssssss plz.
Everyone seems to be talking about jump rope workouts.. this 10 minute routine seems doable.
More slow cooker ideas.. this honey teriyaki chicken from Sally’s Baking Addiction looks like a great easy dinner.
I’m not really a pumpkin spice person (gasp, I know) but thought you might be. Check out this guide to every pumpkin spice product out there.
Anyone else breaking out their fall clothes from storage this week? I found this article on where to donate and sell things you don’t need so helpful.
Quote of the Week
Felt appropriate after I launched the Lexington Donut Guide this week. Seriously though, after a really crazy week I’m trying to focus on the positives and be thankful for all the opportunities that maybe make me a little bit stressed. Hope y’all have a great week!
Biscuits & blessings,