3-Ingredients Banana Oat Cookie Bites

Easy but delicious with few ingredients 👈🏻 my ideal quarantine recipe

3-Ingredients Banana Oat Cookie Bites | Dancing for Donuts | Gluten Free, Vegan, Sugar Free, Oil Free

In an effort to make sure my jean shorts still fit by the time summer comes, I’m definitely trying to slow my roll on the baking front😂 but! I still like having sweet things everyday, just ones that are on the healthier side, y’know what I mean?

These suuuuper easy cookie bites are actually SO easy that I honestly felt silly sharing the recipe, but it was requested on Instagram, so I figured why not put it here, too! They’re little soft & chewy pillows of magic that aren’t overly sweet (aka perfect for any bf who doesn’t have as much of a raging sweet tooth aka mine). They’re also gluten-free, vegan, and have zero added sugar, which makes them 110% acceptable for breakfast😉

I topped mine with Kween & Co Granola Butter and rainbow sprinkles because I believe everything should be topped with rainbow sprinkles, but you do you.

3-Ingredients Banana Oat Cookie Bites | Dancing for Donuts | Gluten Free, Vegan, Sugar Free, Oil Free

3-Ingredient Banana Oat Cookie Bites

1 cup of Rachel’s Overnight Oats (or scant 1 cup oats with 1-2 tbsp each of chia, hemp and flax seeds or just 1 cup oats)

1 medium sized, overly ripe banana

1/4 cup sunflower seed butter (or your favorite nut butter)

optional add-ins/toppings: sprinkles, chocolate chips, cinnamon, coconut, vanilla extract, raisins, anything!

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees fahrenheit and line a baking sheet with parchment paper
  2. In a large bowl, mash the banana then add in the oats (and seeds if using), and nut or seed butter. Stir to combine completely, until all ingredients are wet from the banana. *If need be, add a tbsp or 2 of water
  3. Form dough into balls and place on baking sheet (these won’t spread or rise, so you can put them fairly close together!). Bake for 10 minutes.
  4. Let cool and then enjoy! Store in an airtight container for up to 5 days.
3-Ingredients Banana Oat Cookie Bites | Dancing for Donuts | Gluten Free, Vegan, Sugar Free, Oil Free

What have you been baking lately?! I think I may attempt vegan cupcakes for 2 this week so stay tuned…

xo Jordan

Friday Finds

Okay I know the days don’t totally matter anymore, but Happy Friday nonetheless!

Even if it just means lighter e-mails, I’m still excited for the weekend😊 Although, I’m definitely pretty bummed that they’ve officially closed our hiking trails and beaches because this weather is the *ideal* for being outside. That pic up there was taken last Saturday, and I miss it already.

Though this week has been filled with high highs and low lows for so many, I do think there are a few silver linings to the situation we’re in:

  • more virtual connection with others through FaceTime/Zoom
  • time to experiment and get creative in the kitchen
  • quality time spent with loved ones if you’re co-quarantining
  • slower, more simpler living

That being said, I know I have it soooo much easier than most. If you are someone who is alone or taking care of a family, jobless or working hard to protect and serve the rest of us, a business owner, or literally just anyone at all, I’m thinking of you and I’m here for you. If there is any way this blog or I can support you, please let me know❤️

Until then, some light reading…

4 Food-Safety Tips for Handling Groceries Right Now – In case you’re like me confused as heck about what to do with our groceries!

Easy Quarantine Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Snacks – My friend Jacki put together this epic list of recipes from some seriously incredible food bloggers! My Chocolate Protein Zucchini Bread is on it, but definitely go check out the rest.

Pancake Charcuterie Board – Aaaaaand now I know what I’ll be doing this Sunday, thank you PopSugar🙏🏻

Sheet Pan Sausage & Potatoes – Okay legit made (a version of) this for dinner last night and it was SO GOOD. Highly recommend😍

Yale’s Happiness Course – Okay my aunt sent this to me and it’s the coolest thing ever! Yale is offering their Happiness Course for free right now and to be honest, I think we should ALL spend the time to take it.

Grain-Free Frosted Sugar Cookies (Lofthouse Copycat) – Another winner from my friend Gracie over at Hungry Blonde! I don’t know about you, but I used to be full on *addicted* to Lofthouse cookies until I realized how awful they were for me😂 This is a much better option!!

Wishing you a weekend filled with joy in all the small things.

xo Jordan

What I Ate Wednesday: Self-Quarantine Edition (WIAW #7)

Is anyone else extremely confused about what day it is, what time it is and when they should be eating? Because SAME.

What I Ate Wednesday: Self-Quarantine Edition (WIAW #7) | Dancing for Donuts

I’ve also been snacking like a monster and baking up a storm, which isn’t necessarily helping my waistline but definitely making me happy…so all in all, it’s just a weird time😂

To be honest, the day I documented here (last Friday), was half decent in the health department! I had made a successful trip to Trader Joe’s in the morning, so we actually had some fresh produce and a solid dinner. I also had to shoot content for Instagram, so that kind of dictated what I ate throughout the day.

And, as always, this post is meant to serve purely as inspiration and even a peek into my day-to-day. I’m not a nutritionist or RD, and definitely don’t suggest anyone follow my habits! They just work for me, but we are all different😊 Alright enough chatting, let’s just get into it!

What I Ate Wednesday: Self-Quarantine Edition (WIAW #7) | Dancing for Donuts

~7:15am – collagen coffee with Ancient Nutrition collagen, cinnamon and caramel SweetLeaf Stevia

What I Ate Wednesday: Self-Quarantine Edition (WIAW #7) | Dancing for Donuts

~8:30am – smoothie with 1/3 cup filtered water, 1/3 cup coconut milk, 1 frozen banana, Tone It Up Vanilla Protein, and 1 tbsp pitaya powder topped with Safe + Fair Birthday Cake Granola (my FAVE – code DONUTS10 to save)

What I Ate Wednesday: Self-Quarantine Edition (WIAW #7) | Dancing for Donuts

~ 11am – sumo Citrus Orange (and likely a spoonful of my new favorite dark chocolate sunflower butter…unpictured🙈)

What I Ate Wednesday: Self-Quarantine Edition (WIAW #7) | Dancing for Donuts

~1pmbanza gemelli pasta with sautéed zucchini and peas, cherry tomatoes, parmesan, and pesto olive oil

What I Ate Wednesday: Self-Quarantine Edition (WIAW #7) | Dancing for Donuts

~3pmCap Beauty matcha with coconut butter, cashew milk and turmeric stevia

What I Ate Wednesday: Self-Quarantine Edition (WIAW #7) | Dancing for Donuts

~4pm – honeycrisp apple that I ate with Ovi staring at me…I gave in and shared a few bites!

What I Ate Wednesday: Self-Quarantine Edition (WIAW #7) | Dancing for Donuts

~7:30pm – andouille chicken sausage from TJ’s, sautéed green beans with garlic, and brown rice

What I Ate Wednesday: Self-Quarantine Edition (WIAW #7) | Dancing for Donuts

~8:30pmMagic Spoon frosted cereal (code DANCINGFORDONUTS for free shipping!) with Lily’s dark chocolate chips

And that’s it!! Although that’s a stilly thing to say, since I know that was actually a lot😂 Eating during this time is definitely going to take some getting used to, at least for me! What about you – what have you been cooking?!

xo Jordan

Cassava Flour Chocolate Protein Zucchini Bread

Ohhhhh I’ve got a GOOD one for you today, guys!!

Gluten-Free Cassava Flour Chocolate Protein Zucchini Bread | Dancing for Donuts

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been doing a lot of baking and a LOT of snacking around here. Both are therapeutic, so I’m running with it. 💁🏻

I’ll keep this short + sweet – this bread is:

✔️ packed with protein, fiber and hidden veggies

✔️ gluten free (with vegan customizable option)

✔️ super moist and decadent but not overly sweet

✔️ boyfriend-approved (which is saying a LOT since mine avoids these *hidden veggie* healthier treats at all costs😂

And if you’ve never baked with Cassava Flour, let me tell you it is my FAVORITE. I’m positive you could swap in regular flour too, though (white or whole wheat). Since I know it’s not as easy to shop for ingredients at the moment, I’ll leave you with lots of different options to suit what’s in your pantry & fridge!

Gluten-Free Cassava Flour Chocolate Protein Zucchini Bread | Dancing for Donuts

Cassava Flour Chocolate Protein Zucchini Bread

1 1/2 cups cassava flour

2 tsp baking powder

1/4 tsp baking soda

2 scoops any chocolate protein (I used this one)

1 tbsp cinnamon (optional)

1 egg (or flax egg with 1 tbsp ground flaxseed and 3 tbsp water, let sit for 5 min)

1/2 cup date nectar (or honey or maple syrup)

2 tbsp avocado oil (or melted coconut oil)

1/2 cup greek or regular yogurt (or mashed banana or applesauce)

1 1/2 cups shredded zucchini, packed into the measuring cup

3/4 cup chocolate chips (I used these)

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees fahrenheit and grease a loaf pan well (or line with parchment paper).
  2. In a large bowl, mix the flour, baking powder & soda, protein powder and cinnamon if using.
  3. In a small bowl, beat the egg, date nectar or sweetener, oil, and yogurt.
  4. Add the wet ingredients to the dry and stir well. Add in the zucchini and chocolate chips and fold in completely.
  5. Pour into the loaf pan in an even layer and bake for 40-60 minutes until a toothpick or knife comes out clean from the middle. Mine was fully baked after 50 minutes.
  6. Let cool for a *full* 30 minutes before slicing! Store in an airtight container for up to 5 days…if it lasts that long😉

Hope you’re all staying well and making/eating all the things that make you happy!

xo Jordan

Gluten-Free Cassava Flour Chocolate Protein Zucchini Bread | Dancing for Donuts

These Are Crazy Times, My Friend (But I’m Still Staying Positive)

I haven’t been on here in awhile and I think it’s pretty obvious why…

I was going to write a Colorado recap post about my trip there with my family last week, and *then* I was going to finally post my Vietnam travel guide, but with pretty much the entire country on lockdown, that just didn’t feel right.

The last thing I want my little corner of the internet to be is a place of negativity or anxiety, and I’m sure you’re all already well-informed about social distancing, so I’ll just keep it at this: I’m not panicking, but I do have a LOT of energy bars, boxes of chickpea pasta and cans of bone broth😅

I think the biggest two things that are hitting me right now are the fact that 1) we still got to go on our big trip to Southeast Asia and I feel insanely lucky but 2) that things have escalated so unbelievably quickly since then and to be honest, I have no idea what’s going to happen to the world’s economy.

But this post is about positivity! Because at the end of the day, this is all TEMPORARY. Yeah, I know, it might last awhile and it might honestly last a lot longer than we thought it would, but this self-quarantined social distancing thing isn’t going to be our forever. And to be honest, I’m kind of leaning into this temporary “new normal.”

As someone who has been working from home for over a year now and LOVES it, I can tell you that there are soooo many perks once you get used to it! And I’m so, so lucky to be here with Alex, I know that, although it wasn’t easy at first navigating how to work in this small space together😂

But if you’re alone right now in your home, I can’t tell you how amazing FaceTime really is. Have a dinner date, coffee or drink with a friend and call them up – it’s the BEST. I’ve lived far from loved ones for awhile now too, and I promise there’s a way to make it work and feel less lonely😊

Other than that, here’s how I’m staying sane, hopeful, busy and focused on the good:

Gratitude

I’ve been reminding myself how lucky I am to be in good health, have a home, have people I can call when I need to talk all this chaos out, a job that I can work from my living room, food, my dog, and a boyfriend who makes sure we have plenty of hand sanitizer and toilet paper *before* it all gets sold out. If you haven’t tried using the 5 Minute Journal or even that method before, just take a moment each morning and night to write down 3 things you’re grateful for.

Hobbies

Coloring, journaling, doodling, baking, and even knitting have been taking up my free time the past few days and I’m super into it. I’d like to think of this “forced rest” as time to do all of those things we always say we’re too busy to make time for. Other things I want to do include reading, updating my blog design, and making more videos!

Work

I’m blessed as heck to have my regular full-time job right now, but my “influencer” income has definitely dropped. I was actually supposed to go on my first blogging trip today but it go cancelled, of course. So in the meantime, I’m focusing on brushing up on skills, getting my taxes in order, and even getting creative on how I need to pivot in order to keep my business thriving.

*If you’re someone who isn’t able to work right now, I’m sending you all my freaking love. I can only imagine what you’re feeling, but if you do feel up to it, I know I always feel my best when I’m learning something new. Skillshare and even YT have so many free resources if you want to take a course or expand your resumé!

What about you?

How are you handling all of this? I’m always here if you need to chat. That’s the best part about being on the internet – we have this amazing, built in community so that even though we have to be far apart from one another, we can still stand together.

xo Jordan

Friday Finds

Happy Friday!! Long time no see – this week has been BUSY.

I’ve actually been in Colorado since last Sunday (can’t stop won’t stop traveling🙈) and it’s been SO nice. If you’ve been following along for awhile, you know I come here every year with my family!

Since I just took a two week long vaca to Asia, I’ve had a ton of work to catch up on while I’ve been here, but it’s been the most productive environment ever. No distractions, no social plans or commitments, just me and my parents and the mountain!

That being said, I busted my tush the first few days of the week, so today I finally get to go out and snowboard! I’m SO EXCITED. I hope you’re celebrating Friday, too!! But first…some quick reads😊

5 Ways to Use the New Trader Joe’s Elote Seasoning – Have you tried this yet?! It came out while we were away and I’m dying to get it!

Easy 3-Ingredient Sauces for Chicken (or any) Dinners – Wait…these are GENIUS.

A Dietician Ranks the 5 Best Cauliflower Pizza Crusts – I’ve tried 3/5 of these and totally agree with the #1 choice!

10 Minutes Standing Barre Routine (No Equipment) – I find myself loving quick workout videos like this more and more, maybe it’s because I’ve been traveling a ton and you can do them anywhere! PopSugar has always been a go-to resource for me since they have so many amazing free videos🙌🏼

8 Affordable Clean Beauty Brands You Can Find at Target – I haven’t been to Target in like a month and I miss it, is that weird…😂 But low key, I’d rather be shopping for beauty products at Targ than Sephora rn – gotta save up some cash after our trip!

Tonight at sundown to tomorrow at sundown are the National Day of Unplugging and I’m going to do my best to participate!! Have a great weekend!

Jordan

Our 2-Week Southeast Asia Itinerary

I’m baaaack!!! And I can’t believe I was gone for two weeks because that FLEW by!

If you follow me on Instagram, you already know that I spent the majority of February abroad in Southeast Asia with my boyfriend! We had the trip of a friggin’ lifetime and as someone who’s never been to Asia before, I LOVED it. We ate incredible food, saw amazing places, and covered a LOT of ground. While full travel guides for Vietnam and Siem Reap, Cambodia will be coming very soon, I did want to share our overall itinerary because I couldn’t recommend it more!

A couple things to note if you’re thinking of coming to SEA: we specifically chose February because it’s the best middle ground for decent weather without crazy crowds. Hanoi in northern Vietnam was slightly chillier (reminded me of LA in the “winter”) while Hoi An in the center, Siem Reap, and Thailand were all hot like summer. We had incredible weather, except for in Ha Long Bay, which was chilly and rainy during our visit.

Here’s our full itinerary plus a couple things I would change!

Days 1-3: Hanoi

Fly into here first! It’s the perfect starting place and there’s so much to do. We really only had one full day here, but we were able to visit almost everything on our list in that time, including an incredible cooking class, the Temple of Literature and of course, massages.

Days 3-5: Ha Long Bay

We took a three day, two night cruise with Indochina Junk and the *only* thing I would change about this would be be to cut that down to two days, one night if you’re coming during this time of year. We got to see incredible things (full YT vid here!), but would have been 10x better had the weather been better. The cruise itself was incredible, though – amazing service, accommodations and food!

Days 5-6: Back to Hanoi for the Night

Since it takes quite some time to get back from Ha Long Bay (about 4 hours with a pit stop), we didn’t want to risk it with a night flight. We went back to our Hanoi hotel just for the night and then left for Hoi An first thing the next morning.

Days 6-8: Hoi An

You guys I can’t even express to you my obsession for this magical city! It’s the most charming, vibrant, walkable and *affordable* place ever and I didn’t want to leave. But that being said, I felt like 3 full days here was enough to explore, take a basket boat tour through the coconut grove, eat all the food, see the night market, take another cooking class, get more massages, and even get custom clothes made!

*The only thing I would change here is to maybe do one less night on the cruise in Ha Long Bay and spend that extra night in Hoi An so you could day trip up to Da Nang for the Golden Bridge

Days 9-11: Siem Reap, Cambodia

We took a later night flight out of Hoi An to get to Siem Reap the night of our 8th day in SEA! All in all, we spent 3 nights and 2 and a half days there and it was perfect. We took the first full day to tour Angkor Wat (a MUST and pretty much the reason you’d go here) and then the second and third days to relax by the pool at our hotel because it was hot, explore the city and catch up on some work. We flew out of Siem Reap about midday through the 11th day.

Days 11-13: Krabi, Thailand

One of the things I loved most about our itinerary was how we started off with a ton of exploring and ended things relaxing on the beach! Our resort in Krabi was the most beautiful spot to do this and we had almost three full days there – landing late the night of our 11th day and leaving late on the 13th. This was definitely enough time for us, although we totally could’ve spent one more day and gone to another island on a boating trip!

Day 14: Bangkok then Home

To save ourselves an even longer travel day than necessary, plus have some time to see Bangkok, we stayed one night and about a half day here before heading back to the airport to go home to Los Angeles. Part of me wishes maybe we had just gone straight home, but I’m glad we got to see Bangkok, even if it were just for a short while!

And there you have it – our full itinerary with 14 days of destinations and two full travel days to and from the US, adding up to almost exactly a 16 day trip total. If you’ve never been to Southeast Asia before, you HAVE to. It’s like nothing else!

Full travel guides coming soon 🙂

xo Jordan

What to Make for Valentine’s Day

I’ll admit, I’m not the biggest fan of Valentine’s Day *except* for the excuse I get to eat more treats😏

Alex and I are actually in Asia for our big vaca this year, but truth be told we never do much for the holiday, anyway! We much prefer to stay in and cook a nice meal over venturing out to overpriced restaurants, so we’ll usually ball out with some nicer cuts of meat and a festive dessert.

If you’re like us, are maybe are even just hosting a Galentine’s or practicing some serious self care that night, I highly recommend making one or two of these recipes below!

Cauliflower Gnocchi with Beetroot Cashew Cream – This is my friend Bailey’s recipe and while I haven’t made it yet, I’ve had it pinned for over a year now just based on the fact that is is beauuuutiful😍

Sheet Pan Steak Frites – Okay I LOVE this idea. Definitely want to make this when we’re back in town!

Cassava Flour Brownies – You guys I made these last week and honestly don’t think I’ll ever make another brownie recipe again. Highly recommend, especially fresh out of the oven👌🏻 Top with V-Day sprinkles if you have ’em!

Heart-Shaped Cupcakes – Where has this trick been all my life?! It’s GENIUS.

Red Velvet Cheesecake Loaf Cake – For some reason, I just love baking things in loaves rather than cake pans…maybe because I don’t have a good cake pan? Idk, I also just like slices of things ’cause they’re fun to eat😂

Sweetheart Valentines Buddies – I kid you not, I’ve had a craving for muddy buddies for like 2 months now, I think I might need to make these when I get home, even if it’s post V-Day!

Dancing for Donuts | Cocoa Nut Butter Donuts With Chocolate Passionfruit Glaze

Cocoa & Nut Butter Donuts with Chocolate Passionfruit Glaze – Legit the perfect breakfast, just swap rainbow sprinkles for pink ones!

Okay that’s it, I’m getting too hungry…

What are your Valentine’s Day plans?!

xo Jordan

What I Ate Wednesday (WIAW #6)

Today I’m sharing a full day of eats with you guys! It’s interesting for me to keep a “food diary” for the day, plus you always seem to love these😊

This post is in no way whatsoever meant to serve as an example of what you “should” (or should not, for that matter) be eating! It’s solely for inspiration and a little peek into my day. Please do not compare your eating to mine, we are all different and have to do what’s best for us🙌🏻

So let’s just get into it!

7amCoffee with Ancient Nutrition collagen (code dancingfordonuts for 20% off), homemade macadamia milk (made with a Modest Mylk base), apple pie spice and 4-5 drops SweetLeaf English Toffee stevia (p.s. that’s a suuuper old pic up there, but my coffee is always the same, anyway!)

8:30amGreen smoothie with 1/2 frozen banana, 1 scoop of Tone It Up vanilla protein, 4 ice cubes, ~1/2 cup macadamia milk, 2 handfuls spinach, 1 tbsp chia seeds and 1 tbsp peanut butter

9amGummy vitamins because I am the gummy vitamin QUEEN👑😂 Right now I’m taking a women’s multivitamin from Smarty Pants and MegaFood elderberry gummies for immune support.

11am – A slide of my simple seed bread topped with Fourth and Heart Chocti in Coffee

1pmHomemade ramen for an upcoming post! I used Pacific Foods bone broth for the base and added in shredded carrots, garlic, oyster mushrooms, soy sauce, sesame oil, sririacha, a jammy egg, ramen noodles (of course!), avo and scallions. SO GOOD.

4pmCarrots and celery with a mustard/hummus/Sir Kensington’s buffalo ranch mix and a clementine on the side! Also some Lebby Dark Chocolate Chickpea snacks…not fully sold on those yet, but I did finish off the bag yesterday so I guess that’s saying something😅

7:30pm – A Beyond Meat slider and portabello fries at a fun Zumba event! I also tried one of their mini chicken dogs and some popcorn.

9pm – I usually try to stop eating by this hour, but the event threw me off since it was a later-than-usual workout for me and didn’t have a full dinner! I at 1 and 1/2 of these brownies plus a trail mix situation of some Magic Spoon cereal (code DANCINGFORDONUTS for free shipping! The frosted is my fave ever), pepitas and cacao nibs.

And that my friends, is IT. Not necessarily a normal day of eats, but a real one! Thanks for stopping by and see you again soon (maybe from Asia?! We leave Saturday!)😍

xo Jordan

January Favorites

Happy Weekend and Happy February!!

Everyone seems to think January felt like it was 8,000 days long except for me🙈 I swear the month flew by just as quickly as they always do!!

It was a wonderful, busy and beautiful month, but I’m so ready for the next one (especially because I’ll be traveling for most of it!). But before we move on, I just want to share some of my favorites since it’s been a hot minute! I’ve been loving SO many products from food to fitness and clothing to makeup, but here are the few that really made the cut.

Simple Seed Loaf – I so wish I could share the recipe for this with you guys, but it’s not mine to share! I tried it from the Love Your Body, Feed Your Soul book by one of the co-founders of Local Juicery in Arizona and it is INCREDIBLE. Super clean ingredients and just a touch of sweetness with the perfect texture. I topped that one up there with Fourth & Heart’s Coffee Chocti, pb and homemade raspberry chia jam.

Karma Bites Chocolate Brownie Vitality Bar – When this company reached out to me in December, I didn’t know what to expect because I’m the bar QUEEN but they’re not all great, y’know? These on the other hand, are GREAT. I’m obsessed. I love that they do like half bar sizes too – nice for just a lil somethin’ somethin’!

GroundUp PDX Cinnamon Snickerdoodle Nut Butter – Never has anything been so hard NOT to devour with a spoon in one go. I’m legit obsessed with this company (female-founded and they employ women overcoming adversity) and their nut butter is insane. Also highly recommend the Salted Eggnog if it’s still in stock from the holidays!

Real Good Foods Cauliflower Pizza – My go-to dinner after insanely busy days! I love the size and taste – delicoius and perfect for one! I trust this brand because they use high quality ingredients and are actually nutritious!

Isle of Paradise Self Tanning Drops – I can’t tell you how many people I heard rave about this on YouTube, so I finally splurged during a Sephora sale and I’m SO glad I did. The effects are almost immediate, it’s clear so you don’t have to worry about staining your stuff, and you only need a drop or two at a time so it LASTS.

Lancome Cils Booster + Benefit Roller Lash – This duo you guys omggggg the BEST. I originally tried that booster from a Sephora reward and never thought much of it, but I’ve recently been using it a lot and then topping it with Roller Lash (or any of my other favorite mascaras!). It’s just such a good combo, I swear I’m obsessed with anything from Benefit.

Athleta Conscious Crop & Stash Pocket Shorts – Believe me when I tell you I’ve only had this outfit since Monday and have already worn it twice. I have that crop top in 3 different colors (love the high neck!) and took a chance on the biker shorts, but I’m SO glad I did. They’re the perfect flattering and soft fabric and they stay up during workouts, I tried!

And that’s all she wrote, folks!! Hope you find something valuable in here 🙂 Let me know some of your monthly favorites below so I can try them, too!

xo Jordan