8 Great Ways to Get Your Kids to Eat More Veggies

To get your kids to eat more veggies may seem to be an uphill battle, but it is one that you can win! Follow these strategies to make it easier to serve your family fresh fruits and vegetables.

bowl of couscous and layered veggie toppings

To eat more veggies is the goal of the century it would seem. While dieticians and nutrition experts differ in their opinions about various aspects of food, they all agree on one thing: how vital fruits and vegetables are to good health.

While some folks go so far as to eat only a plant-based diet, the rest of us, it’s said, should be getting at least 8 servings a day. Eight a day? Ouch!

If you’re a parent, you know how hard this can be. You’re struggling to get your kids just to EAT somedays, now you gotta get eight servings of fruits and veggies down their gullets? Continue Reading »

Easy Handmade Valentines

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with these easy handmade valentines that work for both boys and girls. Free printables included!

Easy Handmade Valentines

Valentine’s Day is a fun opportunity to do a little crafting with your kids. Skip the Valentine’s aisle at the store and make something on your own instead. Whether or not you’d like to give candy with your cards, we’ve got a variety of different options from which you and your kiddos can choose.

I’ve included free printable templates with many of the designs, so you can just print and go. You’re welcome! 😉

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7 Real Food Freezer Meals Your Family Will Love

Want to prepare wholesome family dinners but can’t find the time? Check out these real food freezer meals your whole family will love. This whole meal, except the broccoli, is freezer-friendly. Would you believe that? Tis true! Spice-Rubbed Grilled Pork Tenderloin, Mashed Potato Casserole, Really Homemade Green Bean Casserole, and Easy Cranberry Sauce are all recipes […]

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Productive Procrastination: Just Do SOMETHING!

Putting off tasks that need to be done? Well, practice productive procrastination as a way to get something done when you can’t seem to tackle the to do list. I have always struggled with procrastination. In college, I was notorious for leaving my paper writing until the night before it was due. Finals? Yeah, I […]

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Memory-Making Meals You Can Plan for February

Food is a great way to connect with your children, learn about the world together, and make memories. Here are some favorite memory-making meals for February. Burger Night in Scotland It’s a big deal to me to make the most of what I have. Whether that’s money in the bank or time to spend with […]

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Lunchbox Ideas and Inspiration

Need to pack a lunch? Make every day delicious with these lunchbox ideas that won’t break the budget, but will still help you eat well. DIY Protein Bistro Box It may be years since you went to school but you’re never too old to brown bag it. In fact, I’d argue that packing a meal […]

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Mom Food: Meal Prep to Make Sure YOU Eat Well

Mom Food signifies food that YOU like. Here are some meal prep tips to make sure you get your Mom Food and eat well. There’s hardly a mom I know who won’t go to great lengths to make sure her kids eat well. Even if she indulges them in sugar-coated Choco-Bombs every once in awhile, […]

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Kitchen Winning: A Bi-Weekly Livestream

Hey hey hey! I just wanted to let you know about something new on the horizon. After years of experimenting with different livestream social media, I decided to do something big: Kitchen Winning: a bi-monthly livestream all about cooking and winning in the kitchen. I believe cooking and meal planning don’t have to be overwhelming. […]

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