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Unicorn Smoothies {recipe}

The Unicorn Frappuccino from Starbucks has been an internet sensation to rival Grumpy Cat and LuLaRoe leggings. Since it’s launch every time I click into social media there is another selfie of someone trying the pink and blue color changing concoction. Now I am all for everything unicorn (whether it be cake, cookies, or clothes) […]

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My Mom Fuel

When I was a little girl my mom always had a STRONG cup of coffee with her. She had a coffee (splash of milk and a little sugar) first thing in the morning. Then there was a cup of coffee next to her as she talked on the phone, smoking a Newport (yeah 80’s!), and doodling […]

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New Year, New You?

New year, new you…that’s the New Year’s Resolution hotness, right? Well I’m not buying it! I don’t think that the start of a new year is a time to transform yourself into a new person, but more of a time to make small improvements. Here are some simple things you can do to make mental […]

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Top 10 Christmas Songs to Deck the Halls To

It’s that time of the year. We’ve eaten all of the Reese’s Cups within a 3 miles radius. There has been controversy regarding the design of the Starbucks cup. Black Friday ads have taken over our mail, radio, and TV. Turkey, stuffing, squash, and nogs of all sorts have taken over the grocery store aisles. Ladies, we […]

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Salted Caramel Apples Bites

Apple picking and hoodies. Bonfires and Trick-or Treat. Football tailgates and Pumpkin spice EVERYTHING. Fall is my absolute favorite time of the year and I celebrate it from mid-August through the morning of Black Friday when my brain switches to Christmas mode. One of my favorite ways to do celebrate is to bake and cook and craft. Usually I […]

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Independence and the Omelette

This summer we are working on developing child independence even if it kills me. I have started to force my children to make decisions, take the lion’s share of the responsibility for their actions, and not have to have me feel the need to hoover over their every move. One of the ways that we have been […]

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