With summer here, it means more time spent in the backyard and at the grill! While I love the classics, I am always trying to find new ideas to spice them up or add a twist. My husband and I love to go to Mexico and eat from the street vendors and this recipe is a nod to that love. Who doesn’t love fresh grilled corn on the cob, and a spicy rub to take it to another level.
The pool is great and camps are fun, but on rainy days when you can’t play outside, what about some inexpensive crafts that keep kids happy and even help decorate the home?
Created by Jacques Bezuidenhout
Summertime means fun, it means family, it also means spending as much time as you can outdoors. Our family loves to explore nature. I notice it puts us all in a better mood too.
These tacos are perfect for veg and meat lovers and easy to make.
I know you are probably seeing lots of ideas floating around Facebook and Pinterest for Father’s Day. This one touched my heart and felt so personal to me and something that would stick around forever. I felt it would be a constant reminder of how important we are to our children and the impact that we have simply by being in their lives. Some do not have fathers in their lives – as Modern Day Dads would tell you – and he certainly has learned what kind of father NOT to be.
This is one of my favorite soups to make and it’s really easy. I usually just throw everything together in a pot and let it simmer until done.
This post is sponsored by Nestle Pure Life Water. All opinions are my own.
This post is sponsored by Banana Boat. All opinions are my own.
There is no question about it that technology is a huge part of our lives. Technology moves at such a fast pace it is almost irresponsible to not let your children dive right in and learn how to navigate through it themselves. Not only are electronics a great way to learn, entertain themselves, and stay current with technology, but many school classes have implemented touch-screens, tablets, and laptops as tools into their curriculum.