Tag Archive: Winter

Homemade Larabars

Snow days are a time to regroup and unwind. Imposed relaxation. What could be better? They give me time to focus on home and get into the kitchen. And today was no exception.… Continue reading

sunday slowly

A day for hibernating, after a busy week. Crumpled feels good, necessary even. No clock, no schedule, no phone, no internets. Just scones and tea and toast. All the eggs and even the… Continue reading

reframe

I was looking through photos from last winter and was struck by just how many moments I could vividly recall: stolen mornings in bed with breakfast and tea; afternoon treks into the heart… Continue reading

sunday slowly

In the weeks leading up to Christmas, I would leave home in the morning when it was dark and return in the dark of night. These are the months when winter feels like… Continue reading

warm bowls | cold days

I love winter food that’s served in a bowl. The way the bowl nestles perfectly in cupped hands, the warmth that fills them. The feeling of having everything you need at that moment,… Continue reading

winter gardens

Yesterday, powered by oats (no surprises there!) I spent the afternoon roaming the neighbourhood I lived in as a teenager. With only traces of snow on the ground, and an abundance of oak… Continue reading

my lately

New blog header | I’m spring-cleaning without the spring. Bringing the outdoors in | Winterberry grows in abundance outside my apartment. The crimson berries are a welcome surge of colour against January’s muted… Continue reading

bits | pieces

Happy weekending, friends. I’m determined to venture out of the burrow for the first time since Christmas eve. Something short and sweet, I think. My healing has turned a corner these past couple… Continue reading

warming the day: beef stew

Beef stew is just a hands-down, satisfying winter meal. Like soup, stew has everything you need in a single bowl. It economizes on all fronts! And if you want to splash out, tip… Continue reading

winter’s eve

a little yin :: a little yang

This past week, I walked home in the late afternoon, drenched in impossible sunshine. It truly was the golden hour and I clung to the prospect of days like this unfolding for months… Continue reading

silence

Before running errands yesterday, I ventured down to the river for a walk. The sidewalks in town have all but disappeared, we’re so heavily blanketed in snow. I moved knee-deep through the park,… Continue reading

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