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About Life Blessons

Carmen writes the blog, Life Blessons, which provides an intimate look into her life as a twentysomething woman as she details her experiences learning how to live out her faith, enjoy the simple things in life and be the woman God created to her to be. Along the way, she shares the blessings and lessons that are a part of this journey, the things she likes to call her "blessons." Feel free to read more at her blog, Life Blessons.

Homemade Banana Bread Recipe

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It seems with warmer weather, my bananas always seem to ripen a lot faster than I’d anticipated. Without fail, by the end of the week, I find myself with a handful of really brown, practically baby-food-soft bananas that just aren’t … Continue reading

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Homemade Whole Wheat Hot Dog Buns

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What is summer without a good, grilled hot dog? Let me tell you, it’s eating that hot dog on a homemade bun! And, it’s a lot easier than you might think! This whole wheat hot dog bun is another that … Continue reading

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Homemade Whole Wheat Pita Bread Recipe

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For some reason, making lunch in a homemade pita pocket just makes a sandwich feel a little fancier. I’m a firm believer that you can never go wrong with a sandwich, which is why I quickly added learning how to … Continue reading

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Pesto, Artichoke & Caramelized Onion Pizza on Homemade, 100% Whole Wheat Dough

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As a part of my New Year’s resolution to try cooking with a new food each month, my challenge for the month of May was to use artichokes. In doing so, I discovered one of my new favorite recipes: Pesto, … Continue reading

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Learning to Mill My Own Flour (Plus, a 100% Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread Recipe)

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Making bread has become a regular part of my weekly routine, pulling together the most ordinary of ingredients and pulling out a loaf of bread when the oven’s done its magic. I guess it’s almost been two years now that … Continue reading

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