Thursday, November 21, 2019

Mommy & Me Thanksgiving Outfits

Mommy & Me Thanksgiving Outfits
Are you set for Thanksgiving? I'm spending this week making lists, getting organized, and making a few recipes that can be frozen ahead of time. And now I'm thinking about my outfit! I want to look nice, but comfortable enough to be cooking and getting things set up! Thankfully Ada and I are teaming up to share our Mommy & Me Thanksgiving looks today! 

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Tips for Surviving and Thriving Black Friday 2019

Tips for Surviving and Thriving Black Friday 2019

It’s almost that time of year… I'm not talking about all the holidays coming up, I mean the biggest shopping day of year; Black Friday! Black Friday is incredibly hectic, though at the end of it.. if you are brave enough to head out and do it properly, you’re happy with your purchases and savings. Needless to say, it is always better to be organized so you can get exactly what you want, whether it is for you or someone else on your list. So have a plan and make a list for what you want, the times of the sales, order of stores to shop, and any other information you may need.

To survive and thrive during Black Friday 2019, I'm sharing some tips!

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Vegetables 101: Everything You Need to Know for a Healthier Diet

Vegetables 101: Everything You Need to Know for a Healthier Diet

Right before we enter the holiday season with all the sweets, treats, and over-eating, I wanted to take a step back and talk about something that is healthy. You all know how important vegetables are for good health. However, it’s important to know more than the basics, in order to correctly implement vegetables in your daily diet.

Consuming vegetables is crucial for good health, as they reduce the risk of developing chronic health conditions and diseases. They provide you with essential nutrients and antioxidants, and are nutritious and rich in fiber.

The recommended serving size of vegetables by US health agencies is 2.5 cups of vegetables each day, both starchy and non starchy. That's a lot of veggies! So how can you best incorporate those into your diet? And what qualifies as starchy vs. non starchy?