My Kind of Sunday Funday

Don’t get me wrong, I do love a good bottomless brunch, but today I spent my Sunday a little differently. I decided to hit up the Baltimore Farmers’ Market and then head down to Annapolis, Maryland for the afternoon. Spoiler alert – brunch was still involved.

Baltimore Farmers’ Market. If you are trying to eat healthy and don’t want to spend a fortune, check out your local farmers market. I got all of this for under $20. You can get some good deals like a dozen of medium, brown eggs for $2.50 (compared to $4.99 at Harris Teeter). Not only can you find good prices, but the food is more fresh and supports local businesses and farmers.

Brunch in Annapolis. I knew exactly what type of restaurant I wanted to go to – a trendy/good vibes kind of spot that uses local ingredients, is accommodating to gluten-free, and has outdoor seating. We started walking down Main Street and stumbled into Preserve. It was exactly what I had in mind and I highly recommend checking it out. I got the Fried Egg Grits – corn roasted grits with roasted seasonal vegetables (kale // mushrooms) and two fried eggs.

After brunch we walked down Main Street and did some shopping. I found these spoons at a cute little gift shop in downtown Annapolis called Local by Design. They have art, jewelry, home decor, gifts, you name it. I could have spent hours flipping through their collection of coffee table and cookbooks.

Shopping. I mean who doesn’t love a good trip to the grocery store? Ok, maybe that’s just me. I weirdly love the grocery store, but to be fair it was Whole Foods and I also went to South Moon Under (and made a few purchases including a pair of Agolde jeans..which by the way are legit ah-mazing). Real talk – I love trying new products and telling y’all about them. Here’s a sneak peak of some of the things I’ll be trying this week.

Califia Cold Brew {black} Coffee

New Barn Barista Almondmilk

Almond Coconut & Dark Chocolate Almond Perfect Bars

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