The kids and I made the most delicious treats the other day, but the best part was that they satisfied my favorite requirements: – HEALTHY – EASY – DELICIOUS Ingredients – 2 1/2 cups of organic oatmeal – 1 teaspoon of baking powder – a few sprinkles of Himalayan pink salt – a few sprinkles […]
Doesn’t healthy homemade chocolate cinnamon almond butter ice cream sound too good to be true?? My two year old and four year old will show you it’s not only real, but super delicious and best of all, it’s super EASY! What makes this so healthy? One of the few ingredients in this is Shakeology, and […]
The following foods are delicious AND nutritious! Plus, they’re easy to mix in to recipes that you already have in your rotation or to simply add into your diet as a snack. 1. Avocado Avocado contains healthy fats, fiber, potassium, and vitamin E. You can use it in sandwiches, salads, omelettes, or smoothies. I love […]
Who doesn’t love a healthy, hot brunch that smells delicious and has already been cooked for you?? This is a perfect brunch for a cold, winter morning! Ingredients 1.5 cups of almond milk 2 cups of water 1.5 cup of vanilla Greek yogurt 1/4 cup of pure maple syrup 1.25 cups of steel cut oats […]
It’s a week of holiday indulgences for many of us! Have a plan in place to break out of this by signing up now for a 3 Day Refresh cleanse with the support and motivation of an online group January 5th-7th. We can start the New Year off in a healthy way and get back […]
I love finding new ways to use Shakeology! With over 70 superfoods in it and nothing artificial or synthetic (the sources come from things like acai, rose hips, ashwagandha, chia seed, acerola cherry, wheat grass, grape seed, yacon, etc.), we try to use it in as many recipes as possible. How delicious does this sound? […]
My family loves Shakeology! What’s not to love when you get to drink a daily dose of nutrition containing over 70 superfoods? My three year old and one year old enjoy it so much, that we decided to make no bake chocolate Shakeology cookies. The end result – cookie balls that taste exactly like decadent […]
Thank you to Deborah Winters of The Counseling & Parenting Center, a Parenting Expert and Licensed Psychotherapist, for this guest post! Does this sound familiar to you? You and your three year old wake up happy. After breakfast, you stop by the local library for a free music class. After class ends, you spend a […]
Recently, I wrote a post about the 25 minute workout program that has been absolutely life changing for me. One aspect of this program that I believe is primarily responsible for providing me with the most energy I’ve had since having children is drinking Shakeology, also known to many as the healthiest meal of the […]
Sign a petition and tell Congress that you want your tax dollars to go to programs that help families gain greater access to healthy, affordable food in the new farm bill!
Read and link up posts related to pregnancy, birth, adoption, baby, toddler, and child, and be sure to check out this week’s featured post about how to use natural food coloring rather than artificial dyes!
A look at my 6 month old’s first steps into the baby led weaning feeding approach.
Learn how to have a greener Halloween, and visit the 2012 Greener Halloween Blogfest!
Welcome to the Fall Into Green Giveaway Hop, hosted by Happy Mothering and Happy Green Mama through the Green Moms Network. Each participating blog is hosting a green or eco-friendly giveaway worth at least $25. You can find the list of participating blogs at the bottom of my post. Whether you are a mama-to-be or […]
Do you know Brittany of Mama’s Felt Cafe? She is a super creative, attachment parenting mama who makes the most wonderful felt toys for little ones. Whether you’re looking for a carton of Mama’s Milk, a spaghetti with meatballs, sauce and breadstick dinner, or a “Support Local Growers” basket of fruits and veggies, Brittany has […]
Thank you to Stephanie of Good Girl Gone Green for this guest post! My favorite snacks are almonds (actually, any nut or seed will do) and dates. I could eat all day long. The nuts are nice and crunchy and the dates are so plump and sweet. A few weeks ago, I just throw a […]
When it comes to feeding a toddler, I’m always on the lookout for the easiest, healthiest, and most eco-friendly way to do it. Thanks to Re-Play, my two year old’s tableware meets all of those requirements. I had the opportunity to review a set of Re-Play’s new sippy cups, toddler utensils, bowls, and divided plates, […]
I was honored to host the first Natural Parents Network monthly blog hop last week. The topic was Frugal Living, and we had 52 wonderful blog posts on the topic linked up. I highly recommend pinning the original post so you have all of them bookmarked, but if you would just like to bookmark a […]
It’s that time again! You might remember the great post in December 2011 that highlighted the Natural Parents Network Volunteer’s most popular or favorite posts from the year. Well, we are back and this time we are bringing you a collection of posts that focus on Do It Yourself projects, How To’s, Tutorials, Recipes, and […]