The Easiest Peach Turmeric Honeybush Popsicles

July 11, 2019

We picked up these popsicle molds recently and Owen and I have been having so much fun experimenting with different recipes on these warm summer days we’ve been having. I’ve always been a bit intimidated by the recipes I’ve come across on Pinterest and how they might actually turn out in real life, but I have to say, I’ve had the best luck with these molds. I’m always trying to find uses for fruit that is about to turn and popsicles are such an easy way to eliminate waste!

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Ten Things for the Weekend

June 14, 2019

1. This week’s mantra: “You decide where to place and invest your energy.”Alex Elle

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Strawberry Pink Peppercorn Margarita (Mocktail too!)

June 13, 2019

It’s officially summer here in NYC, well when it’s not raining like it is this morning, and I’m not sure about you guys, but in each of my pregnancies I have craved fresh juices and smoothies. Maybe it’s the September due dates or the summer pregnancies, but I can’t get enough. With more and more days spent at patios with friends and cocktails I’ve been itching to try some new refreshing mocktail recipes at home and this one did not disappoint. Margaritas, in my opinion are hard to nail when you make them without alcohol, but these were honestly super tasty with or without the tequila (Amy can vouch)! Follow the simple instructions below and make sure to either make your strawberry syrup ahead of time or give yourself at least an extra hour before you want to start mixing up drinks. Enjoy!

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How We Encourage Our Three Year Old To Read Daily

June 12, 2019

Owen has always been a big reader, but in the last few months he’s taken an even more intense liking to it. We always try to read throughout the day, but if all else fails it’s the last thing we do before bed. After teeth are brushed we encourage him to pick out three to five books which he usually replies, how about 15 books? He’s a little negotiator and as much as reading 15 books isn’t what we always want to do at the end of the day we love that he’s our little reader and never want to stop encouraging him to read.

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A Summer Salad That Inspires Kindness

June 6, 2019

This post was sponsored by Inspire Kindness.

Keeping kindness top of mind sounds like something simple to do in our relationships, but I’m the first to admit that it’s the people closest to us that often times get the short end of the stick. I’m always looking for new ways to approach life with a little more kindness and I’ve found that one of the easiest, most appreciated ways to show my love, gratitude and care for the people around me is by simply making a home cooked meal for others.

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Five Ways to Support Women’s Rights and Healthcare

May 21, 2019

On Friday I shared a really informative article written by the girls at Cup of Jo about everything you need to know about Alabama’s abortion ban. If you still feel in the dark on what’s happening when it comes to women’s rights and healthcare in this country I highly recommend you give it a read. Below are five ways you can support women today.

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Building Household: Re-Learning and Holding Your Worth In Business

May 20, 2019

If I’ve learned anything in my almost four years of business it’s that I am constantly cycling through bending my pricing and time and re-learning and holding my true worth. In an ever-changing industry it feels almost impossible to ever feel grounded in my direction, workload, pricing or the quantity of time I spend throwing it all together. I ebb and flow between taking a step back and not taking social media so seriously and putting more effort into my posts. I wonder if my best efforts are spent blogging or creating long form Instagram posts that my followers can view within the app or if at the end of the day it’s just important to listen to what I want out of this business and hope that the rest falls into place.

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Ten Things for the Weekend

May 17, 2019

1. A quote that stuck. “We all have history. You can think you’re over your history. You can think the past is the past. And then something happens, often innocuous, that shows you how far you are from over it. The past is always with you.” ― Roxane Gay

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Ten Things for the Weekend

May 12, 2019

1. This week’s mantra: “There’s no way to be a perfect mother and a million ways to be a good one.” ― Jill Churchill

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