June reflections + July intentions:
to be honest, June was kind of a wild ride. between all of the current events going on in the world + things sort of settling back in to a “new norm”, the month definitely didn’t go as expected, but then again what else were we really expecting? it’s 2020?
in reflecting back on the intentions that I had initially set, I think I’m most proud to have used this past month to establish more of a morning routine + make it a habit to put my phone down. this has helped me to be more present + give more of my time to the things I actually want to be doing. now look at me! I’m reading multiple books per week and upped my goal of reading 12 books this year to 24???
although there are things I wish I had done more (or less) of- I’m not disappointed in myself + that’s the beauty in setting intentions for yourself rather than expectations… and if you didn’t read my post about that yet, I strongly reccomend checking it out!
by now, I think we’ve all just reached a point where we’re beginning to seek a new balance in life and adjust to this new and unfamiliar way of things, so:
J U L Y intentions✨
this month, I intend to:
❈ be patient with people- we’re all find our way
❈ make up for lost time with family + friends
❈ exercise my body more
❈ stay positive
❈ be open to change
what are some of YOUR intentions for this month??
I started off the month by baking a craaaazy good peach cobbler, so things are already looking pretty good over here?
makes one 13×9” tray
☼ 1/2 c butter, melted
☼ 1 c flour
☼ 2 c sugar
☼ 1 tbs baking powder
☼ pinch of salt
☼ 1 c milk
☼ 4 c peach slices
☼ 1 tbs lemon juice
☼ cinnamon, to taste
?preheat your oven to 375° and begin melting your butter and pouring it in your baking tray. combine your dry ingredients (only using 1 c of the sugar + saving the rest for later) and pour in your milk- do NOT over mix, the batter should be lumpy! pour over your melted butter and set aside while you prep the peaches.
in a medium sized saucepan, bring the remainder of your sugar, peaches, lemon juice, and cinnamon to a boil. pour over your batter mixture and bake for 45 minutes. top with a drizzle of caramel