Showing posts from August, 2019

Recipe: Gluten Free Zucchini Bread

Yum What do you do when you have a giant zucchini and can't grill it all for dinner? View this post on Instagram Got this zucchini at the farmers market yesterday... Along with the yellow squash and graffiti eggplant. #measureapp #giantvegetables A post shared by Annette (@dananner) on Aug 25, 2019 at 12:59pm PDT

Recipe: Allergen-free Banana Bread (that actually tastes good)

Yum Joy is currently allergic to everything but still wants me to bake. My banana bread has evolved with our changing dietary needs and even Hank likes this version. This version includes vegan substitutions. If you have a reaction to any of The Big-8 allergens, this might be the banana bread recipe for you. It's gluten-free, soy-free, nut-free, and can be made dairy-free and vegan.

Reorg Reset

unsplash-logo Ross Findon Today feels almost like the first day of work at a new gig again. My team has been expanded and reorganized, I have new responsibilities and a title change. And ... That slight feeling of not knowing what is coming next. Today won't be business as usual. As I got into work, my current direct manager came over to check on me and get a download of things that happened while she was on PTO and a temperature check on how I was feeling about the change. It is so odd for me to be treated this way. I can't decide if it's courteousness or if they think I am fragile (the only thing making me fragile is keeping my mouth shut and my opinions to myself), or if they genuinely care about what I think and feel about the situation. I'm a contractor, I go with the flow. Later that same day ... I apparently already have a reputation as someone with opinions at work. New group. New hands on group director. She's ENFJ, I'm INTJ. This is going

I'm Tired

I am bone tired. Tired beyond belief. I have no idea what keeps me going. I don't want to keep going. I just want to rest.