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Many things have changed since I was in school. For starters, we only got on the computer to play Oregon Trail, all of my papers were written in cursive, and having neat handwriting was more important than learning to type. Now? Well, Mini has an email account–need I say more? I’ve also learned that teaching kids to type is way more fun than working on handwriting!
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Mud butt. It’s more officially known as diarrhea but in my household we’ve given it the lovely nickname of mud butt for the obvious reasons. It feels like it was just yesterday that I dealt with our first bout of terrible diarrhea with Mini.
Hi. My name is Aaronica and I sweat a lot. And once I start sweating, it’s like a dam breaks in my pores and I become a sweaty mess. But that’s not necessarily the problem. Sweating is good for you but sometimes the odor that comes along with it? Man. Not cool at all.
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I have a confession: I often forget to take the frozen meat out of the freezer to defrost in time for me to make dinner. I know, what am I thinking, right? Last week I was tired of asking my husband to bring home dinner because I again forgot to take the meat out. So I pulled out this ground feta and basil chicken sausage I’d gotten from Sprouts, put it in some water and it defrosted in about an hour.
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Keto is the current go-to lifestyle that promises to snatch waistlines while managing autoimmune symptoms. Amazing, right? For those that don’t know about the ketogenic lifestyle, I’ll give a brief intro to that but the focus here is how to eat keto on the go.
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Fall is in the air! Ok, it’s not. It’s still in the 90s here in Atlanta but that doesn’t mean that we aren’t in the full swing of all things fall–this includes loving on some apples! Apple picking is one of our favorite activities but what do you do with all the apples? Here’s a suggestion: make an apple pie smoothie!
Fall is around the corner and with that comes the awesomeness (insert sarcasm) that is cold season. But that doesn’t mean that you have to be a victim to all that is cold and flu season. The best thing to do is prepare a toolkit to build your immune system and create an environment that fosters health.
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I love learning new things. This year I’ve had the opportunity to take two farm tours–one of an organic dairy farm and one of a tomato farm. Each of these experiences have left me sitting in a pool of lessons that have directly influenced how I make my family grocery purchases and my meal planning. How? By imparting some super amazing lessons on me that I’m sharing with you today!
Winter is coming–eventually. It doesn’t matter that for the past week Atlanta has been having record-breaking high temps. I know it’s going to get cold eventually and when it does, I’ll be ready with my favorite eco-friendly sweaters that are on the market.
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Cold and flu season is about to hit strong and when it comes, you want to be ready—especially when you have kids. One of the things that I like to do around the beginning of September is prime my family’s immune system. What does that even mean, right? No worries, I’ll share all that too but today I’m focusing on making sure that my cold care kit is ready for impending arrival of cold & flu season.