Our eating habits are no where near perfect so instead I am working to be more intentional with all of our eating. My kids are pretty good eaters but can be picky at times (especially dinner). At snack time, you know they would prefer something from the pantry and generally carbs. So, we’re trying to […]
This new twist on a classic recipe is brought to you by our partners at Festival Foods!We call it “Not your Grandma’s Chicken Salad” since we’re replacing the often-used mayo with savory avocado.
While this is not my own original idea, I wanted to share it because I think you should try it too – cooking “hard boiled” eggs in the oven instead of actually boiling them.
This post is brought to you by our partner, Festival Foods.Ah, February. The month of love and hearts and chocolate and roses and … Whew! With all that plugged into one month, it’s easy to understand why February also is American Heart Month. To help celebrate, our team of Mealtime Mentors has rounded up some […]
Prior to becoming a stay-at-home mom I worked in a Preventive Cardiology clinic where day in and day out I helped patients set goals to better their own health. The typical method I used when helping people set goals was to make a S.M.A.R.T goal. To explain this further, here is the product of taking […]
Every year it seems we all aim for the same things… finally lose that baby weight, purge/simplify, be more “present,” stop judging others, and the list goes on! I don’t need a new year to tell me I need to work on those. Those are all part of our never-ending list of #momgoals. This year, […]
We did receive compensation from CityTins in exchange for this post. The commentary and opinions are 100% genuine.We all have at least one person on our list…you know, the person who is difficult to shop for. Or, that person you tend to buy the same thing for over and over. Well, this year is going […]
It’s that time of the year again. The time when we lose our husbands to the grunt of the bucks. All of their time planting food plots, cutting shooting lanes, hanging deer stands and preparing their clothes by hanging them in the woods will soon pay off. And hopefully, you’ll have a picture of your […]
“Eat your broccoli… eat your peppers… eat your banana…” The struggle to get kids to eat their fruits and vegetables (F & V) is constant. We recently asked our pediatrician to get in the battle, asking him to very clearly point out how important fruits and vegetables are to eat. While his recommendation helped, ultimately it is still […]
I was 16 years old when we met. Do you remember? I walked into that Holiday gas station with a few of my friends and there you were. It was as though you spoke to me even though you hadn’t said a word. You looked so hot that day. I cut across the store so […]