Easy DIY project and a new recipe

I love saving Race bibs, I love being able to look back at those first few races and see where I’ve come from. But, where do I store them? At first, they just got stacked up on a bookshelf or the dining room table (doesn’t everything go there???)

I finally got the bright idea to put them in a binder in clear inserts. I was even clever enough to print out race results and slip those in there too! I do need to get a bigger binder but so far this has worked for mine and Ally’s. Very easy and very cheap!

I’m sure there’s a much fancier way to store this info!

DIY race bib binder

 

New Recipe

I found this very yummy salad and salad dressing on A Garden Grazer this week and tried it out last night. The dressing is a homemade cilantro dressing made with yogurt and lime, that recipe is here. I was in the mood for grilled cheese so we did turkey bacon, mozzarella cheese and sourdough bread with the salad on the side. Her pictures are much prettier than mine!

Grilled cheese and salad

 

Grocery shopping for the week included these yummy fruits and veggies. Ally is making her Thai chicken with peanut butter tomorrow night, it’s pretty good too. I’ll have to track down that recipe and share it this weekend.

Good food

Tried any new recipes lately? Where do you store your race bibs? Do you even keep them?

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Let us run with endurance the race God has set before us. Hebrews 12:1

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8 comments to Easy DIY project and a new recipe

  1. Michelle says:

    I have the same fancy set-up for my race memorabilia! I love it :)
    The recipe sounds great, as well! Oh, and I save all kinds of stuff from my races – Haha! I am weird that way!

    • howmyworldruns says:

      I don’t think your weird at all. I am a sentimental person and would have a hard time not keeping my race bibs. :-)

  2. Love that recipe- I’ve been wanting to try Pam’s race bib holder but I’m so not crafty!

  3. Amy says:

    I’m going to need to try that dressing recipe – anything to change it up! I don’t love cilantro, but it is super, super good for you. Binds with heavy metal toxins and helps your body get rid of them. Cilantro FTW!

    • howmyworldruns says:

      Amy go light on the cilantro, I think I had a little too much. You can always add more if you need to. :)

  4. Betsy says:

    I LOVE that idea! I am totally going to do that. I was pinning them to the wall, but it’s getting to be a bit much lol.

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