One of my favorite things about Valentine’s Day is seeing all the creative ways you can tell people you care. We love this Valentine’s Day Love Monster craft made with Wonderful Halos. We love Wonderful Halos for a healthy snack so it only makes sense that we could use them for a fun Valentine’s Day craft too. My kids are making these to give out to their friends this year and they are so excited to share one of their favorite treats with some of their favorite people.
This post was sponsored by Proctor & Gamble as part of an Influencer Activation and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. This cold and flu season has been rough. With 6 kids in school, we’ve had all kinds of fun germs coming home. So how can you support your health this winter? We have some tips and tricks that can help keep
Are you a caregiver of someone who is over 65 (or over 65 yourself)? Many of you are caring for parents or grandparents and are looking for ways to help them stay healthy as they age. My dad, who recently retired, has some great tips to help you stay healthy and active after the age of 65. We want to send a big thank you
This time of year, after the holidays are over and before the weather warms up, it’s easy to fall into a slump, especially when it comes to dinner. Easy comfort food recipes are a life saver for me when I don’t have the energy to put a lot of effort into cooking. Idahoan® Steakhouse® Soups taste like they have been slow cooked for hours but they can be made in only 5 minutes. Pair them with these easy (and gluten-free) cheesy crackers and you have the perfect weeknight comfort food.
Guilt seems to go right alongside with being a working mom. Whether you work at home, work in an office or work part-time, there’s always something to feel guilty about. One mom who understands this all too well is Jessica Turner, blogger and author of Stretched Too Thin: How Working Moms Can Lose the Guilt, Work Smarter, and Thrive.