Amy Clark

It’s the 3 Little Things: Frittatas, Boot Cuffs, & a Big Dream

It's The 3 Little Things

Happy Friday, friends! I hope you are having a great week! It’s been a great first week back at school and it seems as the years go by that the transition goes a little better each year. I hope it is that way for you too! If you want to check out my cuties on their first day, I shared a little picture over here. This will be their last year at two different schools and then they will have one year together before my son heads off to HIGH SCHOOL. So wild!

Have you guys headed back yet? I hope your mornings have been going smooth and I’m looking forward to chatting about better mornings next month in our m challenge series!

Konmari Funny

I also am really happy about this. This will be happening! I hope you snagged that printable from last week! Although I should tackle categories, as recommended in the book, I can’t access my laundry room thanks to it being the family dumping ground so I have a date with that project today while binging on podcasts. After that though, GET READY FAMILY!

Here are three things that are making me happy this week!

Easy Sausage & Vegetable Frittata

Frittatas for Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

I have gotten into some terrible summer breakfast routines that involved two tiny pieces of gluten-free bread (AKA ELF BREAD) with a little peanut butter and have been starving before it is even lunchtime. This week I made two of these frittatas for my mornings and I am feeling so much better! Last year I finally invested in this food processor (after I burnt the motor out on my old one)  and it has been a DREAM for grating everything from sweet potatoes to making batches of homemade laundry detergent. Since it works so good, it’s made the process of making a frittata pretty darn painless!

It was also pretty lovely to share one of these on my best friend’s exciting day of sending her last one off to kindergarten. I only waited a decade for that so mimosas and fancy frittatas made a perfect at-home celebration.

Hazel & Ruby Crafternoon Knitted Boot Cuff

I Made a PRODUCT, You Guys!

I have had some serious knitting marathons this week as I put the finishing touches on my first craft kit that I will be selling at JoAnn Fabrics nationwide! Hazel & Ruby has launched the cutest Crafternoon collection and they will be launching a Christmas Crafternoon collection for the holidays.  They asked if I could help them design a knitted boot cuff kit to sell and I have learned so much through this process. From pattern-writing (my first time!) to creating prototypes to packaging… it’s just been a really interesting process for me. They said I could share a little sneak peek so here you go!  I will have more information as we get closer to time, but I’m really proud of how this turned out and what I have learned along the way about product development!

Book Proposal

A New To-Do

I find that saying my goals out loud really helps me with accountability, but it’s always scary putting it out in the world! After doing my first book, I really didn’t think I ever wanted to go through that entire process again, even though I am really proud that I did it. I have felt that way since doing it… until I came up with a really incredible idea for a book. I am so on fire for this idea and what it could mean to others that I am having a hard time keeping my mouth zipped about it. Of course, I am a great idea person and not so great at executing it (anyone else?) so I am putting it out in the world that I want to write another book. This process takes a lot of discipline so if I am a little quieter on social media, you know I am in the trenches trying to get something really incredible out in the world. It’s kind of like birthing a baby!

That’s my happy list for this week and I can’t wait to hear what made your lists!

xo

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Now it’s your turn! What’s making you happy this week?

Published August 21, 2015 by:

Amy Clark

Amy Allen Clark is the founder of MomAdvice.com. You can read all about her here.

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