My mom made this delicious dish a few times while I was living at home, so since I've had the biggest zucchini craving lately- it was the perfect recipe to make and take to work for the next few days/ satisfy the craving. It's really easy to make and customizable to your liking, as I just eye-balled all the ingredients necessary. As I was snapping photos to share with my mom, I thought I might as well share here too!
What you need:
Zucchini - I used 3 small ones
Tomatoes - I used Roma
Garlic Cloves (minced) - I used two
Grated Parmesan Cheese
Feta Cheese
Milk & Olive Oil

Preheat oven to 350. Saute the zucchini, onion and garlic in olive oil. Drain the juice and pour a layer into oven dish. Sprinkle tomatoes, parmesan and feta over layer and continue until everything is in dish. Pour milk over dish to give a slightly creamy texture (I did a very small amount of this). I don't LOVE heavy dairy dishes, so I used just enough cheese + milk to lightly cover. Bake in oven, uncovered for around 30 min or until top layer of cheese is a golden brown. Season with salt + pepper and enjoy!



Happy Sunday! I did a little weekend project over at Fine Life Co's journal. Check it out here!
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Every few months I get an itch to redecorate the house. Call me crazy, but I think it stems back to my childhood and redoing my bedroom all the time. I would pull an all-nighter and paint my dresser vibrant colors and patterns + move around furniture several times. Thinking back my parents were so patient with me!

Lately I've been wanting to incorporate more quality pieces into the mix and rid of some of the cheaper Ikea pieces I purchased to fill in the gaps. My nightstand is composed of two cheap side-tables glued together, my dresser has been fixed several times, etc. I always go back to this beautiful setup from West Elm in Elise Joseph's home. I love every last bit! But saving the pennies for this is harder than it seems. A girl can dream!

Shop the room: Nightstand, Dresser, Mirror, Pillowcase
I can just imagine my Ikea work lamp + ABJ Glasswords box on the nightstand!



 Sunday was a great day for catching up after our week in Seattle. We slept in (David a few hours longer than me-ha!) and I worked on the shop/organized. Our Sunday ritual is usually the same: go out for lunch, shop around, relax at home and do some grocery shopping for the week. I have to say it's a pretty good routine we have going and it gets me refreshed before the work week ahead. 

This past Sunday I opted for a comfy outfit for lunch and shopping. These kimonos are one of my favorite things in my closet currently. So light + adds so much to my outfits!
Shop the look: Kimono, Top (sold out), Denim, Clogs, Necklace and Bag
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