Today I’m excited to welcome the Oceanic Society to TheCrunchyMommy.com to discuss one of the biggest issues plaguing our oceans worldwide. Plastic pollution is something that I’ve started a conversation about and look forward to continuing to sharing information on this topic.
Last night I sat on the edge of my bed questioning what I was doing wrong in this motherhood thing after a tumultuous evening with my
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Chicken and waffles is such a popular dish to eat. It’s one that I grew up loving after my parents introduced it to me. Because I like to remix recipes, I started making my kids chicken IN waffles instead of them a side by side thing. And then after having cheese and chives in my waffles during a trip to Orlando, this month I took the remix a little further by adding some cheese too!
I remember when I was at my first real job out of college. My co-worker I shared an office with got pregnant and she would be so tired she started to take power naps to make it through the day. Now I’ve always been a lover of naps since I was a kid so napping as an adult made sense to me. But I had no idea what the phenomenon of a power nap was until I hit adulthood and I didn’t get the necessity of them until my first pregnancy.
As a homeschooling mom of 3, coffee is my best friend. A couple of years ago I stopped using K-Cups because of how much waste they produced and switched to a French Press. I’ve since added a pour-over coffee maker to my caffeine arsenal as well. With how much coffee we go through, having practical uses for the coffee grounds only seemed logical.