≑ Azizi Life ≑

Based in Rwanda, Azizi Life is committed to creating sustainability in the country while bringing the culture and art to the states. Founded in 2008, Azizi Life has connected groups of local artisans and provided a source for them to sell their craft work, allowing them to provide for themselves and their families!

Products range from beautiful woven baskets to bags to candles, all skillfully crafted from locally-sourced materials. The baskets specifically highlight Rwandan traditional and modern design. And with the holidays right around the corner, yikes, these products make for the most unique and meaningful gifts! For more products and details click here!

There’s a few ways to get involved with Azizi Life! From volunteers to even holding fundraisers and supporting sales! Click here to learn more about getting involved!

To learn more about the artisans creating these amazing works of art and Azizi Life, check out azizilife.com!

Products pictured: Tea Swirl BasketBanana Leaf Nesting Tray Set

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You asked for it!

Votes are in! I’m gunna start blogging some of my favorite recipes and some of the bomb dinners I’ve been making lately!

So here’s the deal, I’m kiiiiinda a picky eater so I love to take recipes and give them my own little Evie twist. It usually starts with an idea I get from either Food network, a cookbook, Pinterest, or I just ask Jeff if there’s anything he’s been wanting lately, then I literally either follow the recipe to a T or if I’m up for it I give it my own little upgrade!

I’ve had a few of you ask me about my Maple Dijon Chicken dinner (and yes that shi’ was bomb) but guess what, it came from a recipe off of Pinterest! I definitely switched this one up a bit so here’s my version!

Don’t worry guys, I promise I’ll get a little more creative and “bloggy” with these posts! By the way,  this chicken would be perfect on a salad or panini, just sayin. And side note, Jeff was proud that I finally made just enough food for two people. Yeah I usually cook for an army. What can I say, I’m Armenian. It’s what we do!

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