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Softest cashmere jumper (all half price!) // Maternity jeans This weekend we finally moved house! It’s been in the pipeline for a little while, we were due to move last month but there was a hold-up with the renovations so we had to wait. It was starting to feel like one of those things that […]

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We are getting in the spirit over here!

On Friday I walked downtown for a free mother support group led by a lactation consultant at Bend Yoga. It was great to connect with so many other moms, and I recognized quite a few of them from prenatal yoga! Beforehand, I picked up a smoothie from The Juice Place and strolled the mall for a bit.

After the group, B was ready for a nap so I strolled over to Iron Paffles for my first visit. They make puff pastry waffles filled with all kinds of sweet or savory options. I’ve been seeing incredible flavors on Instagram, and it was the s’mores nutella flavor that had me beelining to the shop. I brought it home to share with Mazen after school, and OMG it was goooood!

B loves his stroller! (And this car seat cover keeps him super cozy)

On Friday night Sarah and her mom took Mazen with them to the downtown Christmas tree lighting event. They had a wonderful time. And note who is missing another tooth!

Meanwhile, Thomas and I ordered Fry’s Spring Pizza + salad through Grub Hub and had a nice little date night in.

All ready for night night! We love the gown-style jammies for easy diaper changes.

On Saturday we woke up to drizzly rain, and Thomas took Mazen to his last soccer game. The difference in game one and this one was night and day – he has gotten so much better (in both attitude and skill 🙂 )

I had a smoothie for breakfast around 10am because that was the earliest I had a free moment! This tropical flavor from Daily Harvest was off the beaten path yet really good.

Mid-day I left B with Thomas, and I took Mazen to back-to-back kiddo birthday parties at ACAC (Matt took over mid-way through) and then we headed to our own party: a “Baby’s Brewing” co-ed shower at Three Notch’d!

The shower was SO fun – we had sliders and veggie platter and pretzel bites and beer. And then cupcakes and cake for dessert. It was great to see a bunch of friends I hadn’t seen since I’ve been hibernating.

The weather was cold and drizzly all afternoon, so we cozied up at home when we got here.

We had the exact same dinner as the night before (leftover pizza) with a new homemade salad.

For entertainment we watched Crazy Rich Asians. I wanted to love it since so many people recommended it but I thought it was pretty cheesy and the plot was predictable and a bit boring. Sorry! It was still fun to watch.

Thomas loves to make big Sunday morning breakfasts, and so we had egg and sausage burritos with oranges and OJ.

B and I dressed in our holiday outfits because it was tree decorating day! I looked down just as a I snapped this to find his little face crumpling. I guess he was doing his impression of The Grinch!

I did some housework and fit in a treadmill workout (I ran for the first time – just a little intervals!) and showered. It’s funny how doing three simple things is a huge accomplishment these days!

Thomas took Mazen to get our Christmas tree, and we spent the afternoon decorating.

I also reorganized our bookshelves for a cleaner look – to balance the busy tree! 🙂

Mazen called the stockings “foot sacks” because he couldn’t remember the word stocking :mrgreen:

It was a jolly ole time!

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We are getting in the spirit over here!

On Friday I walked downtown for a free mother support group led by a lactation consultant at Bend Yoga. It was great to connect with so many other moms, and I recognized quite a few of them from prenatal yoga! Beforehand, I picked up a smoothie from The Juice Place and strolled the mall for a bit.

After the group, B was ready for a nap so I strolled over to Iron Paffles for my first visit. They make puff pastry waffles filled with all kinds of sweet or savory options. I’ve been seeing incredible flavors on Instagram, and it was the s’mores nutella flavor that had me beelining to the shop. I brought it home to share with Mazen after school, and OMG it was goooood!

B loves his stroller! (And this car seat cover keeps him super cozy)

On Friday night Sarah and her mom took Mazen with them to the downtown Christmas tree lighting event. They had a wonderful time. And note who is missing another tooth!

Meanwhile, Thomas and I ordered Fry’s Spring Pizza + salad through Grub Hub and had a nice little date night in.

All ready for night night! We love the gown-style jammies for easy diaper changes.

On Saturday we woke up to drizzly rain, and Thomas took Mazen to his last soccer game. The difference in game one and this one was night and day – he has gotten so much better (in both attitude and skill 🙂 )

I had a smoothie for breakfast around 10am because that was the earliest I had a free moment! This tropical flavor from Daily Harvest was off the beaten path yet really good.

Mid-day I left B with Thomas, and I took Mazen to back-to-back kiddo birthday parties at ACAC (Matt took over mid-way through) and then we headed to our own party: a “Baby’s Brewing” co-ed shower at Three Notch’d!

The shower was SO fun – we had sliders and veggie platter and pretzel bites and beer. And then cupcakes and cake for dessert. It was great to see a bunch of friends I hadn’t seen since I’ve been hibernating.

The weather was cold and drizzly all afternoon, so we cozied up at home when we got here.

We had the exact same dinner as the night before (leftover pizza) with a new homemade salad.

For entertainment we watched Crazy Rich Asians. I wanted to love it since so many people recommended it but I thought it was pretty cheesy and the plot was predictable and a bit boring. Sorry! It was still fun to watch.

Thomas loves to make big Sunday morning breakfasts, and so we had egg and sausage burritos with oranges and OJ.

B and I dressed in our holiday outfits because it was tree decorating day! I looked down just as a I snapped this to find his little face crumpling. I guess he was doing his impression of The Grinch!

I did some housework and fit in a treadmill workout (I ran for the first time – just a little intervals!) and showered. It’s funny how doing three simple things is a huge accomplishment these days!

Thomas took Mazen to get our Christmas tree, and we spent the afternoon decorating.

I also reorganized our bookshelves for a cleaner look – to balance the busy tree! 🙂

Mazen called the stockings “foot sacks” because he couldn’t remember the word stocking :mrgreen:

It was a jolly ole time!

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The Kering Foundation is 10 years old! The owners of Gucci and Saint Laurent do a lot more than set catwalk trends…here’s how they’re combating violence against women – and the partner organisations doing amazing things

The designer group Kering owns some of the world’s hottest brands – Gucci, Saint Laurent and Balenciaga to name a few – and produces some of the world’s most fashion-forward clothes. But the luxury group, headed by CEO Francois-Henri Pinault (or Monsieur Salma Hayek, as he’s known in certain circles), is also trend-setting in another, even more important, way.

Mr Pinault and Kering take their social and ecological responsibilities seriously – devoting significant resources to finding new ways to make their brands more sustainable, and funding studies and an open-source system that allows the industry as a whole to share information on issues around sustainability. One of the company’s biggest achievements is its charity arm, The Kering Foundation, which celebrated its 10th birthday with a cocktail reception in Paris last week. It was set up in 2008 with the specific aim of combating violence against women – an issue that impacts 1 in 3 women worldwide. At the event, Mr Pinault (bel0w) shared his pride at the work already done: “For the past 10 years, we have contributed to weakening the taboo around violence against women by openly addressing it in our awareness campaigns.” Looking to the next decade, he said: “We will continue the fight. I want The Kering Foundation to explore new fields of action. Prevention, for example, by raising awareness among men about violence against women. I also keep in mind the fate of children, who are often direct or indirect victims of this violence.”

Over the last decade, they’ve worked with NGOs and grassroots initiatives that aim to prevent and tackle anti-female violence, everywhere from the UK to France, Italy, South America and China. The company launched the White Ribbon campaign in 2012 to raise awareness of the subject. Previous campaigns have starred Kering designers including Christopher Kane, Stella McCartney and Gucci’s Alessandro Michele (below)

This year’s has just been unveiled – and will target younger ‘Gen Z’ consumers and the issue of cyberbullying, with accompanying hashtag #IDontSpeakHater. Women are 27 times more likely to be bullied online than men.

Here, the Foundation’s Executive Director Celine Bonnaire (below) tells us about the successes of the charity so far – and what they’re planning next.

“We favour an approach that focuses on partnership, and work closely with a limited number of partners. I’m very proud of one of our NGO partnerships, with ‘La Maison des Femmes’, a haven based in France’s Saint Denis, that offers care and medical, psychological, and emotional support to vulnerable women. It’s particularly dear to my heart as we co-built it with other foundations, mixing private and public funding. “

Another achievement Bonnaire is especially proud of is the Foundation’s work to combat domestic violence, via the workplace. Working with specialist organisations – Womens’ Aid in the UK, NNEDV in the US, Solidarite Femmes in France and D.i.Re in Italy – they’ve designed training sessions for employees on the impact of domestic violence at work, and making the workplace a supportive environment for survivors. Kering have put their money where their mouth is (so to speak) – since 2010, over 1,200 Kering staff have attended sessions, including the Group’s Executive Committee.

Bonnaire remembers meeting a woman whose life had been directly affected by the work of the Foundation: “She was a mother of three who had flown from Algeria to escape domestic violence. She was a lawyer there but once in France, she couldn’t work, had no papers, and had to cope with her three little kids as well as her trauma from violence. And from time to time, with the ex-husband who was ‘visiting’ her in France. This could happen to any of us. Owing to her courage and the support she received at La Maison des Femmes, she rebuilt her life, got her papers, and stabilised her situation.”

Bonnaire is also excited about innovative new developments in the field. Last June, seven social entrepreneurs were awarded a six-month incubation programme, with two years of Kering mentorship and a grant. Hera Hussain of Chayn closes the critical information gap to help domestic abuse survivors, especially younger women from immigrant populations, find safety with crowd-sourced, expert-informed online resources.

Callisto, launched by Jessica Ladd, is an online reporting system for sexual assault survivors that can detect any serial sexual predator in the United States. The safe and secure platform means survivors are five times more likely to report an assault and do so three times faster than the national average.

She also believes it’s time to work not just with the victims themselves, but with men and boys to combat violence against women. “We partnered with an organisation called Promundo and its programme Manhood 2.0, which tackles how gender norms harm young men and women; it engages young men in recognising some of the harmful ideas around ‘masculinity’ that can have negative consequences on health, relationships, sexual violence, bullying and mental health.”

So what would she like to see more of, when it comes to fellow fashion companies? “I’m convinced it’s important for any industry and company to tackle the issue of violence against women by talking about it, making sure the workplace is a safe and supportive environment for survivors and promoting gender equality.”

We can all get on board with that…

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You can dance, you can jive…

white boots

I’m not afraid to say it: I’m a diehard ABBA and Mamma Mia fan. As my exasperated pals can attest to, I would not shut up about Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again when it came out and I’ve been low-key trying to sneak 70s inspired pieces into my wardrobe ever since. While the summery dresses won’t work for the winter cold anymore, I have been noticing a pretty surprising fashion trend around a lot recently: the return of the white go go boot. And honestly, I stan.

Although in the past I’ve typically only seen them at costume parties, they’ve cemented themselves a little niche amongst the fashion forward this season. From chic leather pieces to jaw-dropping white snakeskin, a number of them were spotted all over the fashion week just gone.

With some of my favourite high street retailers and luxury brands jumping on the bandwagon, I’m genuinely tempted to join in – even if they’re not the most practical colour. (Needs must when it comes to looking cool AF.)

white boots

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While they might seem pretty daunting to style, they’re a total dream if you pair them with another big winter trend: patterned midi dresses and midi skirts. And seeing that shock of white underneath a statement winter coat will have you Instagram ready in no time with a kick ass OOTD.

If you’re a go go boot purist, this might not be 100% the right edit for you as I’ve popped in a few pieces that take the staple into 2018. Don’t @ me on Twitter for steering away from the latex please, I’m just a girl in love with white boots.

And cowboy boots.

And ankle boots.

Just, boots.

white boots

Cornel Cristian Petrus/REX/Shutterstock

Before I fall down a boot-related rabbit hole, here’s my edit of the best white knee high boots for the season.

If you end up buying a pair, sticking on ABBA’s Dancing Queen and having a little boogie, I’m right there with you. We should grab a coffee sometime.

FIND White Leather Slouch Boots

white boots

FIND is fast becoming one of my favourite new brands, as they’ve been knocking it out of the park with their footwear recently. After I fell in love with our Digital Fashion Editor Penny’s faux snakeskin cowboy boots, they had me falling in love all over again with these beauties. (P.S. They’re currently 30% off and also come in red and black.)

Priced at £72.10, available at Amazon.co.uk/Find

Shop now

New Look White Limited Edition Knee High Western Boots

white boots

New Look has really stepped up their game with this piece which brings the best of both winter trend worlds together: white footwear and Western-style boots. With subtle embroidery and a faux wood block heel, they look ultra expensive and won’t set you back too much.

Priced at £49.99, available at New Look

Buy now

Tibi Logan Patent-Leather Knee Boots

white boots

These are about as close as you’ll get to a traditional go go boot, as they’re made of the same shiny patent leather we’ve come to associate them with. That said, the pointed tip and rounded top bring it more into 2018 – so it’s more a chic throwback than a dated reference.

Priced at £780, available at NET-A-PORTER

Shop now

Mango Snake Effect High-Leg Boots

white boots

These are the shoes that kicked off my obsession with white boots, if I’m being perfectly honest. I saw them in Mango and they actually look a little paler than they do here, so IMO they still belong in the shade territory. Animal print is the trend that just doesn’t want to die this season and with faux snakeskin like this, why would you ever want it to?

Priced at £59.99, available at Mango

Shop now

Gabriela Hearst Linda Croc-Effect Leather Over-The-Knee Boots

white boots

Gabriela Hearst may be better known for their bags which swept Instagram into a frenzy, however these faux croc boots are a great case for why they’re nailing the broader fashion game. Pair it with a cosy long dress and you’ll be a total winter goddess.

Priced at £1,220, available at NET-A-PORTER

Shop now

& other stories Knee High Leather Boots

white boots

It came out recently that & other stories’ white cowboy boots were amongst the most in demand styles this season and they show no sign of slowing down with these boots. With a blockier heel for extra support, these boots were truly made for walking and are the epitome of Scandi-chic.

Priced at £199, available at & other stories

Shop now

Julia Mays Faux Fur White Nappa

white boots

I can never resist a bit of faux fur. These boots aren’t quite as tall as the others on the list and come to about your mid-calf. They’re giving me total Parisian chic vibes and while they’re a bit pricier, the quality speaks for itself as they’re made from Nappa leather and lined with faux fur inside to boot.

Priced at £495, available at Julia Mays

Shop now

TBH these boots aren’t made for walking, but that’s still what they’ll do.

I’m just going to bite the bullet and commit to buying a pair, who needs Christmas presents for the fam anyways?

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You can dance, you can jive…

white boots

I’m not afraid to say it: I’m a diehard ABBA and Mamma Mia fan. As my exasperated pals can attest to, I would not shut up about Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again when it came out and I’ve been low-key trying to sneak 70s inspired pieces into my wardrobe ever since. While the summery dresses won’t work for the winter cold anymore, I have been noticing a pretty surprising fashion trend around a lot recently: the return of the white go go boot. And honestly, I stan.

Although in the past I’ve typically only seen them at costume parties, they’ve cemented themselves a little niche amongst the fashion forward this season. From chic leather pieces to jaw-dropping white snakeskin, a number of them were spotted all over the fashion week just gone.

With some of my favourite high street retailers and luxury brands jumping on the bandwagon, I’m genuinely tempted to join in – even if they’re not the most practical colour. (Needs must when it comes to looking cool AF.)

white boots

REX/Shutterstock

While they might seem pretty daunting to style, they’re a total dream if you pair them with another big winter trend: patterned midi dresses and midi skirts. And seeing that shock of white underneath a statement winter coat will have you Instagram ready in no time with a kick ass OOTD.

If you’re a go go boot purist, this might not be 100% the right edit for you as I’ve popped in a few pieces that take the staple into 2018. Don’t @ me on Twitter for steering away from the latex please, I’m just a girl in love with white boots.

And cowboy boots.

And ankle boots.

Just, boots.

white boots

Cornel Cristian Petrus/REX/Shutterstock

Before I fall down a boot-related rabbit hole, here’s my edit of the best white knee high boots for the season.

If you end up buying a pair, sticking on ABBA’s Dancing Queen and having a little boogie, I’m right there with you. We should grab a coffee sometime.

FIND White Leather Slouch Boots

white boots

FIND is fast becoming one of my favourite new brands, as they’ve been knocking it out of the park with their footwear recently. After I fell in love with our Digital Fashion Editor Penny’s faux snakeskin cowboy boots, they had me falling in love all over again with these beauties. (P.S. They’re currently 30% off and also come in red and black.)

Priced at £72.10, available at Amazon.co.uk/Find

Shop now

New Look White Limited Edition Knee High Western Boots

white boots

New Look has really stepped up their game with this piece which brings the best of both winter trend worlds together: white footwear and Western-style boots. With subtle embroidery and a faux wood block heel, they look ultra expensive and won’t set you back too much.

Priced at £49.99, available at New Look

Buy now

Tibi Logan Patent-Leather Knee Boots

white boots

These are about as close as you’ll get to a traditional go go boot, as they’re made of the same shiny patent leather we’ve come to associate them with. That said, the pointed tip and rounded top bring it more into 2018 – so it’s more a chic throwback than a dated reference.

Priced at £780, available at NET-A-PORTER

Shop now

Mango Snake Effect High-Leg Boots

white boots

These are the shoes that kicked off my obsession with white boots, if I’m being perfectly honest. I saw them in Mango and they actually look a little paler than they do here, so IMO they still belong in the shade territory. Animal print is the trend that just doesn’t want to die this season and with faux snakeskin like this, why would you ever want it to?

Priced at £59.99, available at Mango

Shop now

Gabriela Hearst Linda Croc-Effect Leather Over-The-Knee Boots

white boots

Gabriela Hearst may be better known for their bags which swept Instagram into a frenzy, however these faux croc boots are a great case for why they’re nailing the broader fashion game. Pair it with a cosy long dress and you’ll be a total winter goddess.

Priced at £1,220, available at NET-A-PORTER

Shop now

& other stories Knee High Leather Boots

white boots

It came out recently that & other stories’ white cowboy boots were amongst the most in demand styles this season and they show no sign of slowing down with these boots. With a blockier heel for extra support, these boots were truly made for walking and are the epitome of Scandi-chic.

Priced at £199, available at & other stories

Shop now

Julia Mays Faux Fur White Nappa

white boots

I can never resist a bit of faux fur. These boots aren’t quite as tall as the others on the list and come to about your mid-calf. They’re giving me total Parisian chic vibes and while they’re a bit pricier, the quality speaks for itself as they’re made from Nappa leather and lined with faux fur inside to boot.

Priced at £495, available at Julia Mays

Shop now

TBH these boots aren’t made for walking, but that’s still what they’ll do.

I’m just going to bite the bullet and commit to buying a pair, who needs Christmas presents for the fam anyways?

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As promised (and much requested!) the next edition of this year’s gift guides! Something for the lovers. One for him, one for her. Happy shopping, love birds.     1. The most brilliant little projector (US version here). I received this for Christmas last year and it’s so beloved in my household! Huge, cinema style movies, […]

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This is for everyone who ordered an Instant Pot recently, and also, somewhat selfishly, for myself. It’s an Instant Pot Starter Guide – all the links, references, and resources I’ve collected as I get to know my 9-in-1 Instant Pot. I’ve also compiled 40 Essential Instant Pot Links, and have a (growing!) collection of Instant Pot recipes. Also, If you’re still thinking about purchasing an Instant Pot or Multi-cooker, this buying tool might help. It can help you decide which Instant Pot / multi-cooker / pressure cooker to purchase based on the features important to you: Instant Pot Buying Guide.

Let me start by saying, my road to the Instant Pot hasn’t exactly been straight. I like to think I shy away from of-the-moment appliances, and instead, have collected a good number of donabe, flameware, and other clay cooking vessels that I cherish and cook with regularly. That said, I’ve been increasingly intrigued by sweeping Instant Pot mania (couldn’t be later to the party, I know). Additionally, some of my favorite cooks are making magic, or at least dinner, with them.

What tipped the balance? One of my favorite cookbook authors released Dinner in an Instant: 75 Modern Recipes for Your Pressure Cooker, Multicooker, and Instant Pot. I buy every Melissa Clark book. Every one. So, it seemed like the time to join the Instant Pot tribe, and have a little fun. Also, the newest Instant Pot has a yogurt function! And, furthermore, it has eight other functions – pressure, slow cooker, rice cooker, egg cooker, sauté mode, steamer, and on and on. Oh, and people are baking cakes in them?! Woah.

Instant Pot Starter Guide

First impression stepping into this world? It’s a lot. My guess is that many of you are either looking for instruction and inspiration (like me), or you are way ahead, and have your own favorite resources. So that’s what this post is about. I actually needed an Instant Pot Starter Guide, and suspect many of you might as well.

I’m going to include my “best-of” list here, including anything that catches my attention, anything I don’t want to lose track of – and I’ll try to keep this list updated over time. But, please, if you’re seasoned in the Instant Pot arts, with ideas, favorite tricks, inspiration, and whatnot – please (please!) leave a comment. And lastly, as I work on recipes, I’ll link to favorites here:

INSTANT POT RECIPES

Instant Pot Mushroom Stroganoff with Vodka (make this!)
Instant Pot Minestrone Soup
Instant Pot Congee (game-changer)
Instant Pot Chickpea Cauliflower Korma
Instant Pot Fiasco Beans
Instant Pot Brown Rice Bowl with Chickpeas (PIP)
10 Minute Instant Pot Mushroom Broth
Instant Pot Indian-spiced Simmer Sauce
Slow Cooker Black Bean Chili with Kahlua (Instant Pot slow cook or pressure cook)
Creamy Four Ingredient Chili Mac
Instant Pot Dynamite Cold Tonic
Instant Pot Herbed Chickpea Plov

INSTANT POT STARTER GUIDE BASICS

– This is the Instant Pot I purchased: Instant Pot DUO Plus 6 Qt 9-in-1 Also! Note, there are over 1000 questions answered on this page. A lot of good questions, a lot of good answers.

OFFICIAL INSTANT POT

The official Instant Pot site, it has videos, updated information related to the different models available, FAQs, and a recipe database. There is also a lively Facebook community, and Pinterest page. There is also an official Instant Pot Cookbook: The Essential Instant Pot Cookbook by Coco Morante.

THE GUIDES & REFERENCES

How To Use an Instant Pot: A Guide by Melissa Clark (NY Times)

This is How to Become an Instant Pot Whisperer (101 Cookbooks)

– The Instant Pot manual has tables with timing recommendations, this site has more.

Inside the Home of Instant Pot, the Kitchen Gadget That Spawned a Religion (NY Times)

Rancho Gordo Heirloom Beans & Pressure Cooking Guide (PDF)

INSTANT POT LOVE STORIES

Why Do Cooks Love the Instant Pot? I Bought One to Find Out (NY Times)

The Instant Pot Cult is Real (TASTE)

Send Help: I’m (Kind Of) Falling in Love With the Instant Pot (Food52)

I Tried The $99 Kitchen Gadget That Everyone’s Obsessed With (Buzzfeed)

After Cooking All My Meals in an Instant Pot for a Week, I Get What All the Hype Is About (Self)

MORE INSTANT POT RECIPE INSPIRATION

I want to make amazing thali plates with this thing. That’s my personal holy grail of Instant Potting.

Ministry of Curry Instant Pot Recipes

Ten Instant Pot Recipes Ready in 30 Minutes or Less (The Kitchn)

Detoxinista / Instant Pot Recipes

Cook With Manali / Instant Pot Recipes

Five One Pot Indian Stews (Tasting Table)

– I’m excited about the concept of layering (or, pot-in-pot cooking)! For example, you use racks and containers to cook multiple recipes, like this one. – An explanation of PIP (pot-in-pot) cooking. And here’s another one. And a great comprehensive video.

Instant Pot Hot Sauce (Simply Happy Foodie)

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