Today is November 21, 2015 and this day marks my 21 day cleanse I had started almost a month ago. The reason I wanted to start this cleanse was because one day I looked up from my phone and noticed exactly how much time I was wasting on social media reading the same things over and over again, then I saw one of my Facebook friends had went on a cleanse and it inspired me to do the same. I really didn’t feel productive and worst I felt I wasn’t being productive enough with my son. Boy was I right! They say it takes 21 days to make or break a habit and I think I may have finally broken my addictive social media behavior! Now I know for fact that I function 100% better without all that extra stuff in my life. Continue reading
BRRRRR!⛅️ Has anyone been outside lately. Fall is officially in full effect and once the weather starts feeling chilly I get a taste for some warm, hearty soup. One recipe I stumbled upon while on YouTube was a “Lentil & Kale Soup”. This is one of the easiest recipes to make, my whole family loved it and its easy cleanup, all you need is your crock pot. You can also add a boiled egg or potatoes to this recipe to make it even more fulfilling but here’s the BASIC rundown… Continue reading
Would you believe me if I told you that right now I am locked away inside our office hiding while my 2-year-old is running around the house in his “spider man undies” screaming my name to the top of his lungs, crying about a broken flute. Well its true, even mama’s need a break from the little ones every once in a while.
So we don’t end up knocking them out! So I thought it would be cool to type all the reasons my son throw’s tantrum’s on the daily just to give myself a little laugh… So everyone bare with me… Continue reading
What’s the most important trait you’d like to develop in your child? If you’re like most parents, intelligence is probably at the top of your list. Did you know that the benefits of reading to your child everyday are astonishing, as a parent, you have the power to boost your children’s learning potential simply by making books an integral part of their lives. Which is exactly why I have been reading to my child every single day since he was 6 months old, but there is a lot more to raising a reader than just reading everyday. According to Mom’s Magazine there are 10 ways to raise a reader and I agree with every last one of them… Continue reading