Happy National Pizza Day to my fellow ‘za lovers out there! What I really want to know is do you prefer deep dish or thin crust? Surprisingly, as a Chicago girl born and raised, I choose thin crust! (I know, who am I?). But, I do enjoy a good deep dish from Lou Malnati’s every now and then.
In honor of National Pizza Day, I wanted to share an easy and delicious 3-Cheese Gluten Free Pizza recipe.
Udi’s Gluten Free Pizza Crust
Shaved Parmesan Cheese
Grated Manchego Cheese
Grated Romano Cheese
Dei Fratelli Pizza Sauce (or your other favorite brand)
Add toppings to pizza crust and bake in the over at 375 degrees for 5 to 10 minutes.
We all know the saying, “The best things in life are free.” However, I’ve come to the realization that there are some things that I spend money on to aid in self-care and I’m perfectly okay with that. I find it super important to set aside money for a “self-care” #treatyoself fund every month and quite honestly, it’s one of the best decisions I’ve made.
I’m a big advocate for self-care and no that doesn’t mean spending a ton of money to achieve that. For me, my self-care fund is used for many different things because self-care comes in a lot of different forms (and our needs change day to day). One week it might be spent on a latte or a new book (or audio book because they’re my new fav) and the next it could be spent on a therapy session.
Investing in yourself and mental well-being is crucial. I highly encourage everyone to take a moment to think about what self-care looks like for them and how they can budget and incorporate more of it in your life (whether that be budgeting your time or money).