“I know of one duty and that is to love.” — Albert Camus Have you put up any Valentine decorations in your house or office? We’re definitely feeling the love over here. For the first time, I decided to decorate our home for Valentine’s Day. The kids and I are loving it and it has… Read More All the Feels for Valentine’s Day: Cards, Decor, and Gift Ideas
Do you like to get creative with your food? Besides trying new foods, Travis and I also like to create new recipes. We take turns cooking: I cook Monday through Thursday, while he cooks Friday through Sunday. If he’s off for a holiday, he will cook or we cook together. We both like to create… Read More A Zoodle Salad Recipe for When You Need a Healthy + Quick Lunch
The countdown to Christmas is on! Can you believe this weekend is Christmas Weekend? I don’t know how it snuck up on me, but Christmas is finally here. I had actually forgotten this was Christmas weekend because I have been so busy with the kids and Travis started a new job a couple of weeks… Read More Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas!
This will be my baby’s first Christmas! It wasn’t until Thanksgiving hit that I realized this Christmas will be Zephaniah’s FIRST Christmas! The holiday season has now become even more special because my sweet baby is celebrating his first Christmas. I’m going to take a ton of photographs of Zephaniah and I plan on buying… Read More Gift Guide for Baby’s First Christmas
Today’s post is a guest post collaboration with Pereg Natural Foods and KosherMoms.com. Pereg Natural Foods and KosherMoms.com are sharing a delicious gluten-free doughnut holes recipe that I know you’re going to love! Get out the dreidels and polish the menorah – the Festival of Lights is just around the corner! Beloved by Jews… Read More Gluten-Free Doughnut Holes Recipe (Perfect for Chanukah!)
During Michala’s first year of homeschool, she wanted to study Women’s History as part of her social studies requirement. I thought it was a wonderful idea because it was a great way to (1) keep her engaged in learning history and (2) learn more inspiring stories about women that are not found in the standard… Read More 18 Inspiring Children’s Books About Strong Girls & Women
Hi, friends! Can you believe we have 7 days left until Thanksgiving?! I’m still finalizing our Thanksgiving menu. I’ve been on Pinterest pinning all kinds of recipes to my Thanksgiving Recipes board. What about you? Do you know what you will prepare for Thanksgiving dinner? Today’s post is pretty cool because the folks at Kosher.com… Read More Thanksgiving Recipe: Sous-Vide Lemon-Herb Turkey
Feature Image: The Bravest Guy book cover; other photographs courtesy of Nancy and Bill Feld; and courtesy of Harry Wedewer. On the heels of Veterans Day, I’d like to share an interview I did with author and retired U.S. Navy Commander Harry Wedewer. The Maryland-based writer wrote a book about his father Don Wedewer,… Read More “You Can Always Get Back Up Off the Ground and Press Ahead”
What’s your daily fall skincare routine? Now that fall is here, it’s time to switch it up a bit with your regular beauty routine. If you’re like me where you don’t like to spend a ton of money on beauty products, then you will love today’s post. I chatted with former model Ingrid Levin. She… Read More What’s Your Fall Skincare Routine?
It’s no secret that our culture is fascinated with superheroes. From Spider-man to Wonderwoman, you can find superhero comic books, movies, and TV shows everywhere. “Heroes with extraordinary powers have fascinated people throughout history,” says investigative journalist Nadia Fezzani. “People see injustice and pain in the world and long for the idea of someone being… Read More Nadia Fezzani Reveals the Truth Behind Real Life Super Heroes