10 Things Making Me Smile This Week

Thanks for joining me for this 10 Things Making Me Smile This Week post.

Thanks for joining me for this edition of Things Making Me Smile This Week. Practicing gratitude is so important for your mind and your body. And, in a way, these posts are a sort of gratitude journal for me. I hope these things make you smile and remind you of all of the beauty, laughter, good food, and fun times all around us.

I just love springtime in New York City. Every time I go outside, I make sure I walk a different route to wherever I’m going. The brownstones are so gorgeous. The window boxes filled with flowers and greens are beautiful and fragrant. It sounds corny, but these springtime walks make me happy to be alive.

My knee has been healing nicely from surgery, and each day I’m walking more and more. I feel …

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Slow Cooker Whole Chicken Recipe

What could be easier than a slow cooker whole chicken recipe? Nothing! And it’s moist and delicious!

It seems almost everyone is a huge slow cooker fan.

Even though I completely understand the draw — I mean, they are easy — I never completely jumped on the slow cooker bandwagon (mostly because I don’t feel I’m that good at it…)

But, everywhere I turn, I see recipes for EVERYTHING in a slow cooker.

You know what they say… you like what you’re good at? Well, my slow cooker food is often not my best food. When you see me post a slow cooker recipe, I’ve usually had to test it over and over again to finally get a great result. I think this might be due to the fact that once you put the ingredients in, you can’t fiddle with them and keep tasting it to adjust the seasonings, etc.…