This jingle bell terrarium makes for some stylish, understated holiday decor that requires NO maintenance. If you’re like me and can kill succulents, then it’s perfect. Making it is so simple that your kids can do it. Though it’s nice to make on your own as a quick project if you need a few minutes to yourself.
How can you help fight world hunger and empower your kids to do the same? It’s easier than you think! This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Knorr®. #ShareAMeal
I recently read a statistic that has stuck with me. One in four people in the world don’t receive the vitamins and minerals they need to live a healthy life. One in four! That’s devastating. Like many, our family is a family of four. I am one of four sisters. There are mothers, fathers, sisters and brothers around the world not knowing where their next meal is coming from. But how can we help?
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This is me when the holidays start approaching. And by approaching I mean now. I am a woman on a mission. I want our home to feel merry and inviting. There need to be plenty of pillows, blankets, towels and sheets. And I don’t want to think about it in December so I start in fall. Can you see me in there? A sliver of human behind some big fluffy pillows?
Make this Golden Ticket Smoothie that’s perfect for a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory celebration. I partnered with OLLY Nutrition to create this post.
Kayla and I are currently making our way through a stack of Roald Dahl books. It’s like our own little book club which meets a few evenings a week just before bed. It’s our time because our family is otherwise constantly on the go with what feels like little down time.
We recently finished Charlie and the Chocolate Factory so I decided to make a special dessert in honor of the book. The best part is that it’s actually more of a healthy drink than a treat, but Kayla doesn’t need to know that, right? [Read more…]
Want a neat medic alert button makeover? I partnered with Bay Alarm Medical to share this post.
Craig’s mom is a worrier. She worries about everyone. She worries about me like only a mother can even though I wasn’t born to her as a daughter. She loves Kayla and Blake as I imagine only a grandparent can. And in turn I do a lot of worrying about her. Probably more than I let on.