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Fusilli with Pistacchio-Arugula Pesto
The other day, we went to visit my in-laws. As we were leaving, my mother-in-law gave me baby spinach, red cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, a bunch of zucchini, and two pints of blueberries that she wasn’t going to be able to use up. I was a bit reluctant to take it all since I had just done our weekly shopping and wasn’t sure how I was going to be able use it all. But the idea
Chopping with kids
Being a small business owner and entrepreneur is one of the great joys (and challenges) of my adult life. While it can often mean that I have a flexible schedule that allows me to be present for my kids, there are also times when the work load is crazy and long hours are required. During a recent busy stretch, as I was tucking my younger son into bed, he told me that he missed me.
Fruit Kebabs
I don’t know about how it works in your house, but in mine the boys get home from school and the first thing out of their mouths is, “can I have a snack?” Coming up with healthy(ish) ideas that will get them through until dinner can be a challenge, so I pulled together a list of some favorite after school snack ideas to help keep you sane. Why After School Snacks Are Different from Other
Grilled Cheese Bar
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how to navigate summer
Whether at the pool, beach, or on a hike in the summer a question many parents face is how to navigate summertime treats. I think it is pretty safe to say that we have all been there: you pack a carefully thought out meal to bring to the pool, beach, picnic, or other fun summertime outing—salads or sandwiches, veggies and dip, cut up fruit, ice-cold water—you are feeling virtuous and well-prepared. When suddenly the ice

How To Use Eco-Friendly Gardening Techniques to Create and Urban Oasis In Your Yard

Sunday 4th of October 2020

[…] And if you want more tips for eco-friendly living, check out our post on simple ways to reduce food waste and 3 ways to use up vegetables before they go bad. […]

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