My Goals for This Year – Week 9 of 52

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bookcase1. Get Organized. 

The best part about hanging out on the east coast, is that there is NOTHING to organize. Weeee! ;) I did pick up a bookcase at Costco this morning though so I’m hoping to get it put together later today. I’m not normally into IKEA type furniture because I have a hard time putting furniture together, but there’s a first time for everything, right?

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2. Run, walk or crawl a Marathon, half marathon, 10k, and 5k race this year.

Walking in the snow counts as double workout, right?

pulling up tile floor

3. Remodel our Master Bathroom, Master Closet and Monkey Boy’s Bathroom.

The HH is taking some time off to get the bathrooms ready for the remodel. Gee, I wish I was there to help him… okay,so maybe not. I hope he can get the rooms gutted  before Chino the Handyman and is crew show up.

4. Finish Every Room in Our House.

I’m working on it.

5. Turn Spare Bedroom into a Cozy Home Office Space for myself.

Not super high on my priority list right now but I’m sure it will happen at some point this year.

raking up moss

6. Create a Vegetable Garden.

It’s still too early to plant a bunch of stuff outside but that’s okay, because raking up all the moss in the backyard should keep me busy until early April. It’s a totally lame job, but someone has to do it.

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7. Build a Path into the Hillside for Easy Access to the Upper Garden.

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8. Limit my personal spending to $100 a month.

This morning at the thrift store I picked up 6 magazines for $0.25 each and a garden basket for $1.00. I plan on reading those magazines on the plane ride home the the basket will hold some nice garden veggies this summer.

Total spent so far this month $32.52 Still have $67.48

In January I Spent $84.33

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9. Purge… Weekly. Find 10 things each week to donate to the thrift store.

I’m starting to get a little worried finding 10 things to donate each week might be a bit of a stretch later in the year. LOL

stack of books

10. Read 1 book a week. 

One of the best parts about being on vacation, is all the reading I get to do. I’m almost 3/4 of the way through Don’t Let Me Go and hope to finish the rest before I head back home in a week or so.

primitive rug hooking

11. Slow Down.

I’m having so much fun hooking rugs lately that I just can’t seem to stop. I’m working on a much larger rug for myself, but  I’ll have these smaller beauties I made up for auction later tonight on my Ebay page.

 

12. Canning – Life was sort of crazy last year and I feel like I sorta fell off the canning wagon and I’d like to hop back on it this year. Ideally, I’d like to open my pantry at the end of the year and have rows and rows of home canned goodness staring back at me.

Did you set any goals for this year? If so, how are they coming along?

~Mavis

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How to Fight Winter Depression

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If the gray skies and endless cold has you down, you aren’t alone.  Seasonal depression {technically called SAD – seasonal affective disorder} affects as many as 25 million Americans each year.  According to WebMD, the exact cause of seasonal depression is unknown, but lack of sunlight leading to lower levels of serotonin might have something to do with it.   While the only real cure might be to wait out the bleak winter months, like a sort of emotional hibernation, there are things you can do to minimize the effects of the winter blues:

  1. Exercise.  This is like the cure-all for pretty much all that ails you.  Walk around your neighborhood, join a gym, jump rope in your garage…just get moving.
  2. Lower your sugar intake.  Boo, hiss!  I know.  BUT, lowered serotonin causes all sorts of wonky appetite regulation problems.  You may crave sugar to give you a quick boost of energy and fullness, but those cravings can really lead to over-doing it.  Lower sugar just makes you feel better in the long run.  Sad, but true.
  3. Prescribe yourself light therapy.  There are actually light therapy lamps you can buy or you can try swapping out your bulbs for brighter ones if your blues are not overwhelmingly bad.
  4. Take vitamin D supplements.  We normally get all the vitamin D we need from just 15 minutes in the sun.  Around these parts, 15 minutes of sun is an all out earth shifting experience this time of year, so supplementing goes a long way.
  5. Eat a balanced diet.  Resist the urge to eat empty carbs, and instead, make the carbs count.  Also, don’t skimp on protein and fats…I think that is what they mean by “balanced.” :)
  6. Start a 30 day challenge.  Give yourself a distraction that betters you in the long run.  Start a 30 day fitness challenge, a 30 day no-sugar challenge, or a 30 day no-complaining challenge…whatever, just give yourself something to focus on besides how stinkin’ awful everything feels.
  7. Volunteer.  The winter months are usually the least busy of all of the year.  Make them your volunteer month.  Giving back makes you feel good.  Depression makes you feel bad.  Fight good with bad…maybe they will at least neutralize one another.
  8. Plan a winter trip that takes you south for a week or so.  Sometimes that little something to look forward to, and then the week in the sun regenerates you to the point of hanging on till spring.  Plus, traveling is awesome.
  9. Head outside.  Bundle up and get out and get fresh air.  Yes, I know you may have to have cross country skis to make it to the mailbox, but strap ‘em on and breath it in.
  10. If SAD is affecting your overall quality of life, make sure to talk to your doctor.  They may be able to get you over the hump.

How do you combat the winter blues?

~Mavis

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palliate

Word of the Day: Palliate Definition: To ease, reduce, soften Used in a sentence: Palliate

I woke up this morning on the East coast to the sounds of what I thought were riding lawn mowers. And then I realized that couldn’t be possible because this is the middle of winter and the ground is covered with snow.

About a foot of snow to be exact.

So when I arrived here last night after my long flight and saw a foot of snow in our driveway I figured I’d get my morning workout by shoveling snow.

Well it must be my lucky day because our neighbor man across the street is out there snow blowing our driveway!!

Will homemade brownies be a good enough thank you? I mean really, how do you re-pay someone for spending an hour snow blowing your driveway just to be nice?

Mavis

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I know spinach is good for your body, but let me tell you, in this Spinach and Basil Pesto Farfalle recipe, it’s also good for the taste buds! Get the recipe HERE or Pin it for Later. Find more recipes on my Pasta Pinterest Board.

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The $20/$20 Challenge: Deb Shows Off Her Pantry {and Her Freezer Meals!}

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Debbie1When looking over these $20/$20 Challenge submissions, I love hearing that some of my readers are finding some of my posts helpful! Deb has started using freezer meals and buys in bulk now, which is saving her tons of time! Check out her story:

Hi Mavis!

My name is Deb. I’m a recently retired health insurance auditor –ugh! Now, I help my hubby run his engineering consulting business, but spend most of my time homemaking and gardening –which I love. Debbie2We shop primarily at Costco plus sales at Krogers and Sprouts. We do eat somewhat seasonally thanks to our small garden. I have herbs in pots on the patio and this year we tried straw bale gardening with good results. We planted tomatoes, tomatillos, all sorts of peppers, cucumbers, zucchini, cantaloupe, and strawberries. Along the side of the house, we have blackberries and blueberries. This was an amazing year for tomatoes, tomatillos and peppers, but not a good one for berries –and the birds got more than their fair share. Debbie5Thanks to your blog, I’ve gotten into the habit of buying in bulk and preparing lots of freezer meals. I love how much time it is saving me! I do plan a basic menu for the week {just dinners}, but it often ends up changing as things come up; having all those freezer meals allows a lot of flexibility and really reduces waste and eating out. Debbie3Our goals are to live richly while spending less and helping out in our community as much as we can. Debbie4I’ve been reading your blog for over two years and it has been are real blessing!

Thank you!

Deb

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Dig for Your Dinner – Growing Spinach From Seed

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Do you have lots of shade, but still want to grow something to munch on?  Spinach is where it is at then, my friend.  Spinach is a cooler weather crop, so it’s one of the first ones I start outdoors.  It is great to sneak into smoothies, because it packs a nutritional wallop, and doesn’t affect the flavor to much.  It’s one of those leaves {unlike Kale} that actually has a really nice flavor, if you ask me.  It can stand alone in salads or be mixed in with other greens…and it’s awesome in quiches and sauteed.  Listen, just grow it, so I can stop trying to sell it already.

what-do-spinach-seeds-look-like1How to Grow Spinach

Growing spinach from seed is as easy as pie.  Actually, pie is an art form, now that I think about it, so that’s a stupid saying.  It’s best to start it right outdoors–though, you CAN grow it in containers indoor all winter long, if you have a bit of natural light.  I plan to sow my seeds directly outside.

spinach

You can do containers, garden beds or in pallets.  Plant your seeds about 1/2″ deep.  I like to drop a couple of seeds in each hole, just to make sure I get something to germinate.  Thin seedlings to 1 every 2″-6″ apart {depending on variety, so check your seed packet} when they are about 1″ tall.  Because spinach is a cool weather crop, you will need to find a shady spot for it if you plan to sow it throughout the summer.  You can plant seeds in between the rows of taller plants, like corn or tomatoes–or you can plant it in containers and move the container around as needed.

When is Spinach Ready to Harvest?

Once the plant is established and leaves are about 1″ across, you can pretty much pick off the leaves as you need them whenever the mood strikes.

Spinach Salad w Bacon Dijon Dressing

Spinach Salad with Bacon Dijon Dressing

My Favorite Spinach Recipes:

Quinoa Spinach Salad with Tuna and Corn

Quinoa Spinach Salad with Tuna and Corn

Freezer Meal - Gourmet Spinach Blue Cheese Burgers
Freezer Meal Gourmet Spinach Blue Cheese Burgers

Easy Spinach Frittata
Easy Spinach Frittata

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Spinach Power Smoothie

If you live in the Pacific Northwest Region and are unsure what seeds you should be starting right now, or when your transplants should be set out in the garden, this regional planting guide should help you out.

Don’t live in the Pacific Northwest? Find your regional planting guide HERE.

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The Next Generation of Farmers

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I was so happy to read an article on NPR the other day about America’s next generation of farmers.  Apparently, over the past several years, there has been a sharp decline in the amount of people choosing to become farmers.  According the article, the average age of America’s farmers is 58.3.  As farmers have aged, young people have not chosen to follow in their path.  There has been a bit of mounting concern that as farmers age and retire, no one would be there to take their place. Luckily, in areas like Maine, there has been an upward trend in the amount of young people choosing to start small scale farms.  In Maine alone, “farmers under the age of 35 have increased by 40 percent.”  That’s good news for those of us that like to, well, eat.  Until now, it appeared the smaller scale farms would be swallowed up by big business agriculture.

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The article mentioned that one of the things stopping would-be farmers from getting into the food growing business is the price of land.  It take a lot of seed money {pun intended} just to get started, and let’s face it, you don’t go into farming for the money.

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Still, I love that being a farmer is making a comeback–even if the numbers are still small.  In an age where technology is everything, it’s nice to know that some people are still going back to their roots–literally.  Knowing how to grow our own food, and/or having local sources to get it from means we have more control over what and how we grow/eat.  Which, I think is a pretty good thing.

I totally think I could be a small scale farmer, if my circumstances were different.  I really hope more people start to see the value in it.

~Mavis

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Word of the Day:  Brackish Definition: Salty, distasteful  Used in a sentence: He could not drink the brackish water.

I’m headed to the East Coast today!!! Wahoooooo. Hopefully the roads will be fine and there won’t be too much ice on the roads. I wonder what my garden looks like and how many inches of snow it’s under. I’m excited! I plan on sharing pictures tomorrow.

Have a great Thursday everyone,

Mavis

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Giveaway: $50 Target Gift Card from GiftCardRescue.com

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gift card rescue logoIf someone told you you could easily save up to 35% off things you buy everyday without a coupon or coupon code, wouldn’t you jump at that chance? That’s exactly what GiftCardRescue.com does!

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This giveaway ends Sunday, March 8th, 2015 at 6pm PST and the winners will be announced in the Monday March 9th, 2015 edition of Mornings with Mavis. You will be notified via email and have 48 hours to claim your prize.

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Peace Out Girl Scouts!

♥ Mavis

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Stocking a Dry Goods Staple Pantry

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Stocking a Dry Goods Staple Pantry

I get a lot of questions about how to start cooking from scratch, and what to have on hand in your pantry/kitchen.  Cooking from scratch requires an inventory of basic items that you will use over and over again in a lot of your recipes, in addition to more frequently purchased fresh/frozen produce and/or proteins.  I decided that the easiest way to tell you how to start a staple pantry is give you a basic list of dry goods.

costco rice and sugar

Stocking a staple pantry kind of depends on HOW you eat as a family, so keep in mind that you may have to tweak the list if you avoid certain foods {i.e. glutens, sugars, animal products, etc.} due to dietary choices and/or restrictions.

For your pantry, here are the basic must-haves:

  • Sugar
  • Brown sugar
  • Flour
  • Baking powder
  • Baking soda
  • Salt
  • Shortening {or butter in the fridge if you prefer}
  • Cornstarch
  • Powdered sugar
  • Rolled oats
  • Honey
  • Chocolate Chips
  • Cocoa powder
  • Vanilla
  • Yeast
  • Peanut butter
  • Oil of your choosing {vegetable, canola, avocado, etc.}
  • Olive oil
  • Chicken/Vegetable/Beef Broth
  • Tomato Paste
  • Canned Tomatoes
  • Red Wine Vinegar
  • Rice {your choice}
  • Pasta {your choice}
  • Canned or Dried Beans {black, kidney, pinto…whatever your family prefers}
  • Maple Syrup {I prefer the real stuff, but it’s up to you}

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Spices {this list can be tailored to personal preferences, obviously}

  • Garlic Powder
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Cinnamon
  • Chili Powder
  • Oregano
  • Cumin
  • Allspice
  • Nutmeg
  • Rosemary
  • Thyme
  • Bay leaves
  • Basil
  • Red pepper flakes

There are, of course, more items that I personally would always have on hand, but this is a pretty general starting point.  With this list,  you would be pretty good to go with most basic recipes.

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If any of you are just starting to cook from scratch, I would love to hear from you in the comments section.  I was kind of tossing around the idea of making a list for basic kitchen cookware and utensils, fridge must-haves, etc.  Would any of you be interested in those kind of lists?

~Mavis

 

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The $20/$20 Challenge Update: $680 Raised, Plus a Road Trip of Food Pantries Planned

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Selena5So far together we have raised $680 in the $20/$20 Show Your Pantry – Fill a Pantry Challenge! That’s almost $700 in a little over a month! Yep. My readers are pretty cool!

And now the fun part begins: Donating to Food Banks across the North East.

Weather permitting {we are optimists!} The Girl and I will be traveling through Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine in early March on an epic road trip. Our plan is to donate food and cash to the local food pantries in the towns we pass through. So if you live in one of those states and know of a food pantry in your area, please let us know ASAP. The Girl and I would LOVE to stop by and make a donation.

This has been a pretty awesome challenge. Raising money aside, I’ve loved seeing your pantries and storage setups. You guys are pretty inspiring. Keep those submissions coming! This raising money for food pantries is cool, and your photos and submissions are making it happen.

pantry-pictures-ideasAre you getting your pantries camera ready? You can participate in the $20/$20 Challenge by simply sending in pictures of your pantry. Find out more about the $20/$20 Challenge: Show Your Pantry – Fill a Pantry or check out all the $20/$20 Challenge submissions.

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