After many requests, I’ve finally made my menus and dinner idea list editable! They have both been viral on Pinterest for some time, but I finally had time to make them editable to anyone. All you need is Adobe Acrobat Reader. The editable versions are now available for purchase on my Etsy shop. 3 editable… Read More Editable menus and dinner idea list are finally here!
I’ve tried a lot of egg dishes in my day and this one is a winner. There is no exaggeration here. This casserole is so simple and so delicious it deserves a casserole award. And the best part is it only takes four eggs! I get asked for the recipe every time I make it.… Read More Best simple breakfast casserole recipe ever
Today my friend Sasha is sharing how she spends around $1650 a YEAR for whole food, plant-based groceries! She has an amazing assortment of grains and flours here and even gives us a vegetarian week menu plan as an example. She’s going to make you stop and think about how much you are spending on… Read More $1,650 a year for organic groceries!
I feed my kids fruits and try for veggies. I try to choose clean products for them. So why am I not doing this for myself? This past (brutal) cold and flu season knocked me on my tush. I was sick for two weeks and had a lot of time to think about how I… Read More 3 steps to detoxify your home and body
We have people over to our house two or three times a week. AND I do not like to clean. AND I hate spending a bunch of money. So how is this possible?! I’m going to give you all my tips on how I make it happen without spending my whole day in preparation for… Read More 9 tricks to make hosting a snap
Anybody else like seeing what other parents pack for their kids? I’ll show you what I’m sticking in the lunchbox as of late and how I do it. I’ve got an easy, yummy pinwheel recipe (you might eat it before it makes it to the lunchbox!) and a printable lunchbox idea list. Luca has been… Read More Easy kid lunchbox ideas
Wait! Don’t go. I know the word “kale” is in the title, but give me a chance! Maybe you’ll hear me if I tell you I don’t like salad. I don’t. I have to stop from crinkling up my nose to eat it. Even if there’s bacon in it. But I actually like these kale… Read More Easy kale chips recipe
Along with her super awesome smoothie post, I also accidentally deleted Ashby’s popular natural cold remedy post as well! Yes, I’m an awesome friend. I figure now is as good a time as any to repost it, as Halloween and all it’s sugary treats are usually the catapult to cold and flu season. I know, Debbie Kate… Read More Natural cold remedies and prevention checklist
Does going grocery shopping every two weeks sound good? I have a meal plan for you that is easy, delicious and costs $70 a week. Are you in? This menu plan is especially for you if you: 1) don’t love cooking but want delicious dinners, 2) want to save money on groceries and 3) can… Read More Lazy girl’s Costco meal plan for 2 weeks
Today I’ve got my health nut best friend here to give us some smoothie basics for newbies — a smoothie 101! She tells us step-by-step what ingredients pack in the most nutrients and gives us four delicious recipes. I do her kids recipe a few times a week, seriously! They love it and it’s packed… Read More How to make the perfect smoothie
Looking for an easy dinner for tonight? I am always looking for a simple meal that will please everyone in the family. And the best part is that this only takes about 20 minutes and hits the spot. Get ready for the super yummy sauce you can’t believe you have never thought of at the… Read More Easy peasy taco salad dinner recipe
In general, I would say soup is not a meal. When you’re starving at the end of a long day soup just doesn’t cut it. But this chicken noodle soup is hardy, filling and it kicks that notion to the curb! My mom’s has always been my favorite, so this winter I’ve decided to make her write down her… Read More Mom’s chicken noodle soup recipe