For many couples, starting a family is the most important thing in their lives. Imagine how frustrating and heartbreaking it is for the small percentage of people that discover they have infertility issues. And what about LGBT couples and individuals that want to become single parents? They go through the same struggles to start a family.
Bacon Jam is… well, the jam. It’s delicious on burgers, chicken, avocado toast, you name it. The problem with most recipes I found were all the unnecessary ingredients. I switched it up a bit and frankly, I think this is the best bacon jam I’ve ever had. It’s simple, uses few ingredients and I’ve tried to make it mom-friendly (aka I made it while being bashed in the head with an iPad while babywearing my toddler) so here ya go. It can last up to 4 weeks canned in the fridge. I used adorable mason jars to store mine. Ready?
Eating healthier is a goal that most people wind up setting for themselves at some point in life. After so many years of not paying attention to your diet, you might find that you are now concerned with what you are putting into your body. It is never too late to eat right, but many people still struggle to stick with a healthier plan. While it might seem impossible to get yourself on the right path, there are a few easy ways for you to make a big difference. Here are some simple tips that can help you to see a world of change when it comes to preparing a meal.
My husband has all the artistic talent in our household. Not only that, but he possesses a great deal of culinary talents as well. Because of this, he has been in charge of my daughter’s school lunch since the first day she brought one to class with her. Along with her favorite foods, our lunch would be accompanied with a hand drawn note from dad that she often times would share with her classmates. According to her, it started to become quite the spectacle for the other children to look forward to see what type of artwork dad would’ve put into her lunch.
Do you find it hard to make a budget? If you ever get around to it, downloading a template or creating one in Excel, then it requires tremendous will-power to complete the task. Chances are that you will soon come to the conclusion that having a budget does not work for you.
It seems that the more we simplify our lives, the more we find ways to complicate them again. There’s always a block of time or a place in our home that has become freed up, and we somehow can’t resist the urge to fill it back up again.
Thinking of having tacos for dinner? Get out the muffin tin and sort your condiments and toppings in each individual cup for easy assembly and clean up!
Cheap IKEA spice racks ($3?!) and a bunch of drywall screws and you have an adorable little bookshelf that you can pretty much put anywhere. I’ve also used these for makeup shelves, toiletries and plants.