Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Eat Like a Pilgrim. Don't Dress Like One!


Just because it is a holiday where you get together with family, over eat and then lounge around watching football while in-and-out of napping does not mean where yoga pants. I personally take any opportunity (or excuse) to dress up and have a little fun.

Today I am showing four different ways to style your wardrobe for the Thanksgiving holiday.


If you are feeling girly...



Both the dress and the boots are boutique finds.


If you are looking to be cozy...

                  

Sweater Dress: H&M
Boots: Boutique find on the streets of Berkeley, Ca
Belt: Lucky Brand



Keeping it casual this year...or Grungy Chic as my Hubs would say.

   

Jeans: Vigoss USA
Top: Express
Lace up ankle boots: Another great boutique find!



Feeling a little preppy this year...


                

Sweater: H&M
Faux-Leather-Skirt: Forever 21
My go-to Heel: Charles David
Wine: Robert Mondavi 

What is your holiday style?

To see which outfit I choose and how I accessorize for Thanksgiving follow me on Instagram.

I hope you and yours have a fulFILLING and stylish Thanksgiving!

XO,

Jenna


Sunday, November 17, 2013

Curry Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

Warning: This item is addictive!

All recipes are created by Jenna unless stated otherwise! I hope you enjoy them as much as we do!

This recipe will make you fall in love with Fall all over again. Seriously, your kitchen will fill up with the smell of curry, a little bit of cinnamon and a whole lot of pumpkin.

I must warn you before you begin. I have been known to not measure anything when I cook and with most recipes I post I will try my hardest to change that but on some I really don't think it matters and this is one of those recipes that it doesn't matter. So with that said. Everything is to taste I am just here to guide you.

What you will need: 

-Raw Pumpkin Seeds
-Coconut Oil (I prefer the spray kind)
-Yellow Curry Powder
-Ground Cinnamon
-Sea Salt
-Cookie Sheet

Yep...that's it...easy does it for this one.


Steps: 
*Preheat over to 350

1- Spread the seeds out on the cookie sheet. I used a  9 x 12 sheet and fill the whole bottom and even a little thicker. It is okay if it isn't evenly spread out because you can stir it throughout the baking process.