Whipped Coffee Soda with Homemade Oat Milk

Inspiration struck before bed yesterday to combine a few popular coffee beverages into one mega hipster coffee drink. Watch the video to see me make a whipped coffee soda with homemade oat milk. I think if I were to do the whole thing again, I’d either add some vanilla to the oat milk or swap it for unsweetened vanilla almond milk, but I love the … Continue reading Whipped Coffee Soda with Homemade Oat Milk

The Tao of Ripped Jeans

Comfortably breezy. Casually rebellious. Artfully tattered. Shredded denim has become a sort of unofficial uniform of this generation. I have two pairs of ripped jeans. They are the most expensive denim purchases I’ve made to date, both falling around the $50 range. I am well aware I could easily spend hundreds on a single pair, but since I graduated from paying around $10 for jeans … Continue reading The Tao of Ripped Jeans

The Life Changing Magic of Having Cookie Dough in the Freezer

Do you ever need a warm chocolate chip cookie so badly that you might just die if you don’t get one in the next ten minutes? Yea, me neither… When I first moved out on my own, I quickly discovered that it’s kind of hard baking for one. It can be dangerous to have 20+ cookies on hand, and honestly, I’m usually good after one … Continue reading The Life Changing Magic of Having Cookie Dough in the Freezer

Endless trains of the faithless

I am tired. There has been a feeling growing inside me for a while now. It has manifested itself in doubts of worth and questions of value, in musings of “what are we all really trying to do here?” My livelihood is largely dependent on me spending my days in an office behind a computer fabricating projects for myself to help market a company that … Continue reading Endless trains of the faithless