Thank you, Freeli, for sponsoring this post and allowing me to test and review this amazing product that is making independent-eating possible! Some days cooking is a chore and it’s the last thing you want to do, but you still need to eat! My goal, in every aspect of life, is to be independent. Recently, I heard … Continue reading Freeli – Adapting a Grab-And-Go Meal! (Review)
My ultimate dream is not only to walk again but to move out of my parents' house and live independently. Both of those dreams may sound impossible to somebody, but I believe both are achievable. The Problem As I have that dream in the back of my mind, it’s hard trying to adjust at a … Continue reading A Simple Tip To Make Your Kitchen Accessible
Let’s be honest, I am still figuring out this independent lifestyle with disabilities. It’s a process but I am making progress! An obstacle I am still figuring out is how to cook noodles. I mean, I love any type of pasta in general, but this obstacle has caught my attention. Here is my problem… I … Continue reading The Spiralizer: A Device For Adapted Cooking
It’s taco time! If you read my previous blog, Grocery Shopping - Success or Fail, I shared my grocery shopping experience and picked up every ingredient without needing any help. It was an amazing feeling to be independent and I’m so proud of how I did! For this post, I am going to break down … Continue reading Cooking One-Pan Beef Tacos *Tips and Tricks
This week I challenged myself to grocery shop and cook a meal solo. It's something I loved to do before my injury, so why not get serious about it now. In 2014, I shared a post about cooking taco salad. I was an amateur but I did learn a lot from that experience. I scrolled … Continue reading Grocery Shopping – Success or Fail?
It's my first time cooking a meal! AND IT WAS DELICIOUS