photo by The Full Helping
The 2017 Pantone Color of the Year is none other than: greenery. It’s a color that represents nature and the outdoors, a sense of revival and renewal, and, for those of us foodies, all things plant-based. What more appropriate color than greenery to symbolize the growing interest in eating more greens and making them taste bomb-dot-com. Therefore, I’ve dedicated this round-up to all the yummy, green-centric recipes out there, starting with these dairy-free roasted garlic pesto potatoes.
Hello 2017! And hello to everyone who has stuck around with me for the past 2 years. It’s been a roller coaster ride. I moved from Hong Kong to Los Angeles to Atlanta and then back to Hong Kong. I traveled all over the world, started my own business, and celebrated my grandmother’s 80th birthday. I’ve grown and changed so much that it’s hard to put into words.
I’m happy to be celebrating the 2nd anniversary of A Sunshine Mission. It was my New Year’s Resolution to share my recipes as I tried and failed and tried and failed again to figure out what healthy really means to me. Thank you all for joining me on this journey, which has culminated in me finally finding my balance. I’m excited to announce A Sunshine Mission 2.0! It’s a new year and a new me.
Last week, I was all about DIY advent calendars since it was the beginning of December. Now that the month is in full swing, I am turning my focus to putting the finishing touches on our apartment. We’ve put up all the ornaments on our Christmas tree. I’ve hung our garlands, put out the advent calendar, and set up our wooden Santa that counts down the days until Christmas. The only piece we’re missing is a holiday wreath! So, I’ve rounded up these 5 pretty, festive holiday wreaths that would look stunning on the front door.