5 Ways to Reduce Chemicals in Packed Lunches for Grown Ups!

 One of my husband’s favorite gluten breads Lunch is such a pain of a meal to plan. I think it’s actually worse to pack my ...

5 Ways to Reduce Chemicals in Packed Lunches for Grown Ups!

 One of my husband’s favorite gluten breads Lunch is such a pain of a meal to plan. I think it’s actually worse to pack my own lunch than Charlie’s. I do my best to make a good one for myself, but I still slip up. I went through a phase that I bought several gluten free microwave […]

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November Book Giveaway — Last Winner! Plus More…

Excited to announce the last winner of the Weelicious books. Comment #17 was Gin! Please contact me. Thank you to everyone who entered. It’s so fun to give away things — people get so excited and it makes me happy. I’m going to be doing some more giveaways this month as I announce some new […]

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November Book Giveaway: Weelicious and Weelicious Lunches (Two Books!!)

For the last book giveaway in November, I’m going big: two cookbooks from Weelicious!! I’m so excited to share these books with you! I think that they are perfect for a family that is struggling with picky eaters as well as a family that has great eaters, but is ready to try some new recipes! […]

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November Book Giveaway: Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry

Next up for November is: “Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry: Gluten-Free, Grain-Free, Dairy-Free Recipes.” I received a copy of this book over a year ago and I didn’t blog about it. It wasn’t that I didn’t want to share it with you. Instead, I was overwhelmed by family stuff last year. Then my step-mom saw that […]

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November Book Giveaway: Slim by Design: Mindless Eating Solutions for Everyday Life

Dr. Brian Wansink is at it again with some more amazing research. When I last heard about him, he was researching school lunch lines. He found that when chocolate milk was placed in the back of the cooler instead of the front, more children took white milk without complaining. He also found that if a fruit was […]

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I considered not voting…

- I considered not voting on Tuesday. – I considered not voting because I don’t relate with anyone running. – I considered not voting because I’m not a white male. – I considered not voting because I’m exhausted. – I considered not voting because I don’t have a lot of money and I have an […]

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November Book Giveaway: You Can’t Judge a Cookie by Its Cutter

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, but winter is my least favorite season. To keep myself going, each week I’m going to be giving away several interesting books that have come my way over the past months as well as some books I’ve received over a year ago. First up, this delightful cookie book: It’s brand […]

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My baby is eating breakfast at school!

 Charlie as the ring bearer in my sister’s wedding. He took this job very seriously! Charlie started kindergarten this fall. He loves it, for the most part, and it’s been an education for me. In theory, none of this should be new information. This is my ninth year as a school-based speech pathologist. I know […]

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