The last few months have been filled with changes. Along with the medication additions and adjustments I’ve made some significant diet changes. In December we moved to a mostly vegan diet. The only dairy I eat is the occasional cup of milk or the few eggs in some of the breads I still make. I … Continue reading Progress Update
http://www.cnn.com/2020/04/12/world/meanwhile-in-america-april-10-intl-bread/index.html Ok. Seriously people is everyone baking bread now?! I can’t find flour anywhere! How am I supposed to do any coping baking, and eating during this quarantine without my baking supplies? I love that everyone is baking more but holy hell. Flour is getting impossible to find. I’ve even tried to purchase online from a … Continue reading Is Everyone Making Bread!?
How do we keep connected to those around us when we’re struggling with the symptoms of our mental illness? How do we keep our relationships healthy as well as take care of our own individual health? How do I talk about my mental health without making others uncomfortable? How do we make meaningful connections? Is … Continue reading How do we stay connected?
During this stressful time, it’s even more important for us to take a breath, refocus, and find gratitude for the little things. Continue reading Grateful
The holiday season can be difficult. Continue reading Holiday Blues
It’s been a VERY difficult 3 months. This last depressive episode has been a stubborn one. I’ve had two medications adjusted, changed some sleeping habits, made some attempts at getting more exercise and attended some group sessions. I’m slowly getting back to being me. Let me just say…I hate dealing with medication adjustments. This reason … Continue reading Getting better
To say I’ve been a little anxious is
Continue reading Relax. Breathe. Bake
One afternoon I attempted 4 different batches… Continue reading No Tears Choux Pastry
I made ciabatta, listened to my favorite playlist Continue reading Coping Ciabatta
..sometimes the kitchen wins. Continue reading Not So Hot This Time Hot Cross Buns
I had some oranges and lemons in my fridge that I needed to use up today. I found this easy iced fruit loaf recipe that would use up a few of each so I decided to give it a try. The original recipe uses raisins and dried apricots. I had some dried blueberries and cranberries … Continue reading Clean the Fruit Drawer Iced Fruit Loaf
Medication management is exhausting and time consuming. Continue reading The Madness of Medication
A bit of an agitated, impatient day today. Continue reading Mind Your Own Biscotti
My recipe for survival this year has been my kitchen. Continue reading My Beginning
Thanks for joining me on this journey. I know some days can be bumpy ones. Let’s head to the kitchen. We’ll get through this one bake at a time. If I can’t beat bipolar, I’ll cover it in flour. Don’t forget a sense of humor, and possibly a fire extinguisher. Happy Baking 🙂 My … Continue reading Let’s head to the kitchen!