Smoothie Bowls are amazing. If you are a fan of smoothies, you are pretty much going to have your life changed when you try a smoothie bowl. In its deconstructed form, these are great breakfast options that you can enjoy all throughout the day. Combining various fruits, greens, granolas, seeds and yogurt, smoothie bowls are going to be your new favorite thing.
I am a combination of a stay-at-home mom mixed with a 12-hour-shift-working nurse. I stay home with my kids on week days, and work 1-2 weekend days a week. Whether I am at home or working, I like having the option to have a quick and easy, but delicious lunch ready to go in minutes. One way to make my life much easier is to meal prep protein to have throughout the week. My only problem with meal prepping is that I hate to eat the same thing over and over every day. I have found an easy solution to have the best of both worlds.
Make your own cute and shimmery glitter bowl in just a few easy steps. These bowls are so fun, but I have to warn you, they are not very sturdy and aren’t meant to hold heavy items. I am making another one in gold, too.
Who doesn’t love a recipe that makes the house smell like an Italian grandmother’s kitchen on a Sunday afternoon?
This smoothie recipe is delicious and will give you the “boost” that you need! My preschooler loves to help me make smoothies and this one was no exception.
When I set out to make my daughter’s baby food I had no idea how much I would enjoy it. She’s completely off purees now and I still miss it! I never built up a large stock of baby food in the freezer just so that I could spend that time in the kitchen peeling, baking, steaming, boiling, and blending. What can I say, I’m a tattooed, foul-mouthed domesticated housewife. And it’s awesome.
I am in love with this cute little cactus and plan to make variations in the shapes because they were so easy to make.
One physical characteristic that has a decidedly dramatic impact on your appearance is your hair. You need to do all you can to keep your hair in the best possible shape and reduce the chance of having any damage to it. At some point during your life, you are likely to experience split ends and even worse, hair loss. Knowing tips that can help you improve the look of your hair can be of great assistance.
This week I’m going to tell you about one of my favorites.
The beloved author Dr. Seuss has been a favorite of mine since I was a kid and I love that in school it is still a celebration of all things Seussical! As a way to celebrate I try to come up with a craft or snack that will be fun and go with our favorite stories. This year I went with the classic Cat in the Hat and the Lorax for easy inspirational desserts.
If you like oranges, you’ll love the Un-Fuzzy Navel.
This post is sponsored by Pull-Ups.
Blueberries! Who doesn’t like blueberries? Great for all ages! Sweet and yet tart all at the same time, not to mention loaded with antioxidants. These little cutie melt in your mouth. Easy breakfast, brunch or late night snack. This recipe is sure to satisfy any blueberry muffin craving!
My family and I love this time of year and I wanted to make new stockings for our fur babies, Oscar and Lily. Last year they had some tiny little stockings that didn’t hold much. I wanted to make averaged-sized ones for them, too.
Moving is already stressful enough. So, when you add adventurous toddlers to the mix, the stress levels rise by ten. On top of making sure that you’ve packed everything and that you don’t get injured in the process, you also have to account for your child’s safety and well-being. While it can be hard to keep a toddler on the go safe as you’re rearranging, sorting, and packing, there are some effective solutions you can try.