Coffee Shop Blogging

Hiiiii :D Happy almost-Friday! Thanks for all of the natural cleaning suggestions- I’m excited to try out your ideas this weekend :)

Last night I was so stoked to make a *real* dinner in the new kitchen… but realized we need to do a little bit more unpacking before that can happen ;)

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I did have the goods for egg puffs in coffee mugs with goat gouda + salads with Goddess dressing, so we rolled with that :)

It’s funny because after writing my 7 links post, I couldn’t get the vegan cookies out of my brain, so I went to my mom’s house yesterday afternoon to make a batch….

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and proceeded to eat a ton of dough. Best thing about vegan cookies: no salmonella fret – you can eat all the raw dough ya want :)

Breakfast this morning was a different type of cookie…

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{on our new patio furniture the Pilot assembled last night}

Breakfast cookie!
It’s been SO long. And it was AMAZING- perfect pre-work fuel.

Lunch is all packed up:

salad

and I’m hoping this will be my last day of coffee shop blogging. Internet should be hooked up today :)

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See ya later this afternoon <3

xoxo

Gina

Something to think:

“To get up each morning with the resolve to be happy… is to set our own conditions to the events of each day. To do this is to condition circumstances instead of being conditioned by them.”

-Ralph Waldo Trine

Something to do: This short 5-minute cardio workout! It’s great for a work or study break, and will definitely get your heart rate up after 5 minutes :)

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Comments

  1. I have work all day today so I’m definitely going to try out that short cardio workout! Perfect timing ;)

  2. Love the short cardio workout! Also glad you linked to your 7 posts -I’d missed it!

  3. These cookies had me drooling since yesterday too!! I must get the ingredients so I can make them!

    Confession….I have not purchased a baked good ingredient so I don’t make them so I won’t eat all of them, but whats the point to living, right???

    xxoo

    • Baking is my all-time favorite thing to do in the kitchen (eating aside!) and since I started living without roommates, I don’t hardly bake anymore for that exact same reason! I know I won’t be able to not eat half the batch myself! It’s a rough life ;)

  4. Breakfast coooookie!
    Good luck with the unpacking

  5. I love breakfast cookies sooo much!!

  6. Love the quote as always :) So true!

  7. That quote is perfect!!!

  8. Hope you get the internet situated soon, it’s never fun to deal with the cable companies that’s for sure!
    Can’t wait to see pics of the house all furnished.

  9. Love the quote this morning, soo true!

  10. Can’t wait to see the house all set up!

  11. What a great quote! I think you completely choose how your day goes…

    yes, crap will happen sometimes.. but the ability to shrug it off *or* realize that it’s happened & be done with it and move on is something we all can learn to do a little better.

    like rafiki (wrong spelling) from the lion king says… “it’s in the past!” ;)

  12. Your ‘something to think’ today is great! And awesome about the no-salmonella in the cookie dough… all the more reason to make a double batch, right? ;)

  13. I love house stuff with the husbands. It’s so fun, isn’t it?

    I can’t wait until we buy a HOUSE house like you guys so we can have a patio and do fun projects and plant a garden!

  14. For a meal with minimum preparation that still looked delicious! And your breakfast cookie is totally making me crave one myself! Breakfast cookies are probably my favourite thing you’ve ever taught me through your blog (and you’ve taught me a lot). So cool that the house is coming along…I would love to have a house with the Kiwi of our very own. At the moment we are sharing with two other guys…it’d be nice for it to be just us! One day :-) Have a brilliant work day! <3 xyx

  15. Hope your get your Internet all ready soon! Vegan cookie dough is the best :)

  16. Those vegan cookies look fabulous. Knowing that there are no eggs in them, I probably wouldn’t have baked them at all. Raw cookie dough is the best! :-D

  17. cookie dough is the best, i could really go for some right about now. I’m having one of *those* days!
    glad you are starting to get sort of organized in the new house, it takes little time, but hey you get to STAY there!

  18. Alicia F. says:

    Vegan cookies sound super yummy right now! :-) yay for unpacking! I’m sure you’re ready to be nice & settled! We’re still in the painting stage, anxiously awaiting to get our things in the casa in a couple of weeks. :-)

  19. That salad just made me hungry *frantically searching the fiance’s apartment for salad ingredients* ugh. looks like I need to go grocery shopping!

  20. Those cookies look so yummy!

  21. this is my first time on your blog! i just love it :) yay xxo

  22. Laura J. says:

    Mmm those cookies are taunting me! I think I’m gonna have to make them with the kiddos this weekend :)

  23. Is the outdoor patio set from IKEA by chance? Looks like the one I’ve been eyeing and wonder how you like it?

  24. I debated whether to right this or not, but raw cookie dough is not completely safe regardless of whether it is vegan or not. While eggs do carry a higher risk of Salmonella, there are other risky ingredients. Flour is made from grain and is a raw agricultural commodity, thus, it can carry salmonella. The “raw” cookie dough you seen in ice cream is made using flour that has been treated to kill bacteria. Most flours at the grocery store are not treated because they will be baked, cooked, etc. The risk is very low, but it is not zero, especially for the YOPI population (Young, Old, Pregnant and Immuno-comprimised). I don’t think anyone is in danger from your cookies, that is not what I am implying, just adding some other information to the discussion. I have a degree in Food Safety, so I wanted to comment and hopefulyl educate a few folks.

    Congrats on your new home and impending bundle of fun!

  25. Yay, internet! Having to blog from a coffee shop gives you a great excuse to get a coffee, though :)

  26. Mm love that quote. :)

    Coffee shop blogging is fun when you don’t have to do it…a little less fun when you do. Glad you are getting your internet soon!

  27. Your eats look delish! Can you believe I’ve never tried Goat Cheese?! Your salad makes me want to try it! What’s it like? Consistency and taste-wise?

    Love that quote too, it reminds me of the perspective I learned to keep from reading The Secret.

  28. Leslie Wingate says:

    Did that 5min cardio before my treadmill work. Got me good and warmed up! Thanks!

  29. I love eatin dough to. Raw cookie dough is my fave! Really really no reason to worry! And there no raw flour taste! I hope for your internet to be hooked up for you soon lovely!

  30. Is your outdoor stuff teak? Beautiful – I think you have to oil/protect it on a yearly basis? I’m the designated “puter togetherer” in my house – I have patience! Warm nights out on the deck – and you guys have a view. Sounds just beautiful. You enjoy that new house and don’t overdo it! Have a great weekend.

    Mo

  31. You know Gina, it sounded like you had a lot of dough… I would be more than happy to relieve you of that problem if you are “doughed-out” (that’s a technical term and a clinical illness for which I have never suffered from). Goes to show what a wonderful & giving blog reader I am. :-)

  32. I absolutely love that quote!! Both of your cookies look delicious!!

  33. I must make those cookies! And especially that breakfast cookie! Yummy :) I love the plate that your breakfast cookie is on ;)

  34. The dough is the best part ; )

  35. “Best thing about vegan cookies: no salmonella fret – you can eat all the raw dough ya want :)”–

    I was JUST on another blog who made cookie dough ice cream and said to him, the best thing about the cookie dough he used was that it was egg-free so can eat it…as is. Wink-wink :)

    Breakfast cookie…oh it looks like a good one! And so do your cookies!

    I love this post b/c it’s a bit of a throwback to foods you made a lot about a year or so ago…brekkie cookies and vegan choc chip cookies…love it.

    And glad you could get your coffee shop blog on!

  36. Hahhahaha girl I feel you — I am currently coffee shop blogging and I feel like I need to be here all freaking day !!!!

  37. Salmonella, schmamonella- I eat all the raw cookie dough I want anyway ;) I know, I know…

  38. I love your 5 minute cardio workout! Even on the busiest of days, there’s always time for at least 5 minutes of exercise! I may have to bookmark that link for exams when I’m cooped up studying all day. :P

  39. Gina, I love that quote! It’s true. You need to be active in your happiness and make things happen instead of waiting for the world to come to you. Hope your unpacking is going smoothly!

  40. Leslie Wingate says:

    Alright, I have my first cookie dough cereal mixed up and ready for the almond milk in the morning. I added unsweetened shredded coconut to it. Can’t wait!

  41. Ohhh cookie dough cereal sounds amazing for the morning! Also, I’m jealous of your instagram…is that what you take those cute pix with?

  42. Ohhh cookie dough cereal sounds amazing for the morning! Also, I’m jealous of your instagram…is that what you take those cute pix with?

  43. Those cookies are the best!!!!

  44. Both those cookies look delish! Though I am a little partial to the first lol!

  45. I did the 5 min cardio workout yesterday. I’m definitely feeling it in my arms and legs this morning!! :)

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