happy new year! yes, i know it's almost february. i'm working hard to lose some of the paralyzing perfectionism that often stops me in my tracks.
so this quote that i added to my brand new journal on january 1st was just what the dr ordered. (my brand new journal that only has a few entries.) just get started. don't worry about being perfect. put one foot in front of the other...literally & figuratively.
start small. dream big. and all the rest of those motivational quotes, resolutions, promises and goals that bombard us at the start of every year. i didn't need to set myself up to fail.
this year i resolved to be okay with not being perfect. with not getting everything done right away. or at all. i've set some goals, yes, but reasonable ones.. not the pie-in-the-sky i'm gonna become a super-hero goals.
and, you know what? i'm feeling great about twenty thirteen!
so, tell me, friends, how's the new year treating you? what are your hope and dreams for the year? it's gonna be a good one!
|the recipe as i've used it since at least 2004.|
|ready to bake.|
these muffins are a standby at our house. the recipe is easy to follow, pretty much fool-proof and really yummy. in fact, i usually don't bake them myself. one of the kiddos gets the honors.
i can't remember my source for the recipe, or when i started making them. but i know, it's been at least ten years.
back in the day when we brought snacks to the girls' soccer games, i always made a double match of these in the mini-muffin size (that's 48!). after the game, the whole basket would be empty in 5 minutes or less.
this morning we woke up to 2 degree temps. once i hauled myself out of bed, daughter #2 decided she'd make our yummy weekend standby. this is a picture of the batter ready to bake.
by the time i got around to taking a photo once they were finished, three were already gone. hmmm...
anyway, enjoy the printable version of this recipe here.
|finished. a few missing already.|
and, happy new year!