It’s not often that I toot my own horn. I’m generally modest by nature, and I get a little embarrassed if too much praise is sent my way. Maybe it’s a trait leftover from my childhood, because I was a very insecure child. Always trying to please, never quite sure I was measuring up. Then … Continue reading
Though this is not a “parenting” blog, we are moms, so here’s our place to dish about kids and families. Whether you have one child or seven, toddlers or teenagers, it’s safe to say that we moms all have similar hopes and dreams for our families. Beyond providing the basics of keeping them fed, clothed, … Continue reading
I never realized just how much processed food we ate when I was growing up. It wasn’t until I was an adult that I learned you can make fried chicken at home! And homemade macaroni and cheese? Why would you do yourself what Kraft seems to have perfected? Since I am mostly self-taught in the … Continue reading
February is American Heart Month. Although Valentine’s Day marks the halfway point of February, there’s still plenty of time to focus on our heart health, as we should be doing all year long anyway. As the leading cause of death in the US, heart disease is bound to touch all of us at some point in our … Continue reading
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