It's good to be back! I know it's been a while since my last post, but I have exciting news. About a month ago, I was offered a job at Airbnb as a Creative Producer on their Design team. I'm so excited to be working for a company that is making a difference in the travel industry as well as standing for inclusiveness and connection.
Because of this change, though, I have been absent from The City Skillet for the last three months. 🙈 Part of it was busyness and getting used to this new life change. Another part was not having access to any of my photos. One weird/spoiled/interesting thing about working in tech is that you are usually provided a laptop by your employer. I keep my personal documents on an external hard drive, but when I left VSCO, I left my laptop. My external hard drive sat there, taunting me. A piece of plastic filled with things I wanted, but no way to get to them.
After all that context and excuse-making, this post is going to be very short, because this recipe is one of the easiest things I've ever learned to make. If you're a fan of chia pudding, but have never made it yourself, get ready for a laugh. You'll be delighted and probably a little embarrassed that you've ever purchased something so easy to do at home. If you can pour milk over some seeds, stir them around, and wait a while, you'll have a tasty breakfast pudding just like that.