This is what we call “Pico Salsa” It’s our favorite go-to snack that I mixed by accident one day. It goes great with tacos, nachos, fajitas or a simple after-school snack. Print Recipe Salsa Prep Time 15 minutes Servings people Ingredients 6 tomatoes diced with juicehandful cilantro minced (fresh or dried)1/2 white onion diced3 tbs Read More
Is there a topic you’re unsure of how to bring up with your child? Find a movie on this topic and watch it together. Afterward, have an open discussion about it.
I LOVE this book! I highlighted and tagged just about every page. Elizabeth Gilbert speaks of fear as a friend. A friend that gives bad advice but you still want to keep around because “creativity can’t prosper without fear. ” She examines the components of her creativity and explains fear was with her every Read More
Whenever you hit one of those small steps, stop and dance it out. Think back of your starting point and celebrate for being one step closer. Woo hoo! Celebrate the small steps.
These five simple strategies have helped me stay sane during those unpredictable moments that happen with kids. Time-saving strategies may have the impact to change a lifestyle completely or simply help restore sanity. Learning how to maximize our time will make more time accessible for those precious heart-warming moments. 1. Teach Simple Tasks When my children were Read More
This is a simple go to recipe I love to use after we make Pot Roast. Home-cooked meals often bring a sense of togetherness for busy families, even when eating at different times. Actions (or words) that show that you care about someone, fills their emotional bucket. Plus, it’s great for the family budget. Print Read More