Saturday, March 10, 2012

My favorite travel blogs.

I love reading travel blogs! They are full of so many great pictures from all around the world. Today I'm going to share some of my favs with all of you! (I'm writing about the blogs in the order I discovered them)

#1. Mr and Mrs Globe Trot
They share some amazing photos from their travels around the world. Right after their wedding they ran away  and had an incredible 6 month honeymoon. They are photographers by trade, so the pictures are phenomenal! 

I love the little synopsis of their adventures of each area. By looking at their pictures, I feel like I am understanding the culture and people that live there. They are very talented writers and photographers!

*All of these photos are from

#2. Traveling Triplets

They are 3 triplet sisters who love to travel! All three of them share this website and post on the various experiences they have had. From teaching english in China to making videos in Peru, they've done a lot! Recently one went to France and currently she is sharing about that trip. The blog posts are very fun to read and to the point. Here are some of my favorite pictrues:

They don't always take themselves so seriously as you can see. ^ This is a picture from one of their "Freaky Friday" posts, which they do every Friday.

They even have an etsy shop inspired by their travels; there are even a few authentic pieces from places they visited!

*All of these photos are from


Please stop by and take a look at these amazing blogs! What are your favorite blogs to read?

Thursday, March 8, 2012

mud balls.

The name doesn't make them sound very nice, but they are delish! I saw this recipe on pinterest and decided I had to try it. These mud balls were so quick to make, it only took 20 minutes from start to finish!

Here's the recipe:

1/4 Cup Peanut butter
1/4 Cup Honey
1/4 Cup Wheat Germ or Oat bran
1/4 Cup Chocolate Chips
1/4 Cup Coconut
1/2 Cup Oatmeal

Melt the peanut butter and honey together over low heat. Add the rest of the ingredients and stir together. Once cool enough, shape into little balls. Enjoy! Makes about 12 balls, but this recipe could be easily doubled or even tripled. Very simple and no bake/minimal mess.

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

what have I been up to?

Lately I've been kinda busy. I am involved in FFA and my winter contest is ag sales. I love it! We go into a room and mock sell whatever product we choose to a couple judges. It's very fun and i enjoy getting to know other members from all over the state.

I'm going to start doing some more blogging again. I kind of  hopped off the train a few months ago, but now I miss it. Coming up next is a recipe for chili and enchiladas. mmmmmm

 P.S. If you're wondering which one I am, in the first picture I'm in the middle and in the second I'm on the right. In the last one I'm second to the right.