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:: As someone who loves her comfort foods — and her coffee — I appreciated Rachel’s great attitude and victory over soda pop, coffee, and comfort foods.

:: So thankful for Mandi’s reminder about online goal tracking. It prompted me to get back to tracking my health and fitness activity at LiveStrong. I’ve got a bridesmaid dress to fit into by October 30!

:: These Ham and Cheese Pockets from Kate sound super yummy. I’m thinking they would be great with bacon and chicken, too.

:: I love how Kara embraces her daughter’s desire to help with household chores in this post on equipping our kids in practical life skills.

:: And Mary always inspires me. I love her canning and gardening tips. And someday when my backyard is bigger than a postage stamp, I’m gonna do it, too!

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About Jessica Fisher

I believe you can get great meals on the table -- and still keep that pretty smile on your face.

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  1. nanasewn says
  2. All Home Cooking. All Year Long: A Week of (Healthy) Bare-Bones Meals -Great set of meals. I particularly like the chicken burgers which gives me another way to use up cooked chicken. It looks like the cook works with real food ingredients which is another plus in my book. (This is my first time posting a link so hopefully it works!)

  3. My mom has a good fiction story going on…Yes, have to brag. Its not about everyday life but sometimes its a good reminder of all the great life we do have… 😉

  4. Thank you Jessica!

    I read a good article from Lisa at the Well Grounded Life:

  5. Thanks for the links. Here are the three I liked best this week:

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