Turn It Up Tuesdays 136!

Join the party for this week’s amazing Turn It Up Tuesdays 136! It is time to turn it up for another great party of amazing links and fabulous friends…so let’s get to the party!

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TUT newTurn It Up Tuesdays is all about being happy, excited, energetic…and having fun! Link up all of your favorite posts (old or new) and meet some awesome bloggers in return! Link up your funny stories, DIY posts, recipes, mommy moments — anything at all. We want to laugh, be entertained, be inspired, and have a good time! Thanks so much to everyone that joins us each week and makes this link party the best that it could be!

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Welcome the lovely ladies of Turn It Up Tuesday!

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Natasha from Epic Mommy Adventures | Stacey from This Momma’s Ramblings | April from April Noelle | Tina from The Happy Creations | Tiffany from The Mrs Tee| Melissa from The Coupon Chronicles | Kelly from Making-More | Silvie from My Silly Little Gang | Mari from Living in Mommywood | Tenns from Bliss & Faith | Kimberly from Being a Wordsmith | Elaine from Ramblings of a Bad Domestic Goddess | Ginger from Does Your Sister Have Normal Hair | Bev from Eclectic Red Barn | Anuja from All I Do | Heather from Goodlicious

And welcome our awesome guest hosts for April!

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Evelyn from Better on a Budget | Lydia from Always Made with Love | Christina from Okay Christina

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Here are the Featured posts from last week!

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Christina chose Brainstorming Blog Post Ideas from Morgan Manages Mommyhood. “These tips really are useful for when you have absolutely no idea on what to blog about next!”

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Christina chose Homemade Bath Fizzies from Mom’s Messy Miracles. “These bath fizzies look excellent and really simple to make. I will have to try this recipe out soon!”

Tina also chose this post. “Lovely idea for a gift or giveaway. Great for mother’s day too. Thanks for sharing this lovely diy with us.”

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Stacey chose Two-Ingredient Mexican Cotton Candy from The Gold Lining Girl. “These look absolutely divine! I cannot wait to make them, and I know that I will get them all to myself. Thank you so much for sharing!”

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Stacey chose Triple Chocolate Fridge Cake from Annie’s Noms. “This looks amazing and something that I know the kids would devour! Thank you so much for sharing!”

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Tina chose DIY Outdoor Wall Art from Do More For Less. “Wonderful outdoor art. I really like the idea.A very creative project. Thanks for sharing your creativity with us.”

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Elaine chose Easy Homemade Enchilada Sauce Recipe from Home Cooking Memories. “Glad to find this recipe! In my never ending journey to ditch processed foods, I can now stop buying canned enchilada sauce.”

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Elaine chose Cucumber and Tomato Salad Recipe from NepaMom.com. “What a great salad for summer! Can’t wait to try it.”

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Mari chose Strawberry Nutella French Toast from The Kittchen. “I think this is my new Sunday morn breakfast! Kit thanks for sharing omg!!!”

Lydia also chose this post. “Strawberry and Nutella is ALWAYS a winning combination.”

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Mari chose Easy Mini Smores No-Bake Bites from Lynzy & Co. “Lynzy’s no bake treat is the perfect whip in a jiffy weekend people coming over type of thing. Those are my favorite no hassle desserts!”

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Bev chose Dark Chocolate Dipped Paleo Snack Bites from Take Two Tapas. “These snacks are so great with their nuts, seeds, coconut goodness all rolled into one and then add chocolate. How can you resist?”

Heather also chose this post. “I often start my day with a Kind bar, which is nuts and seeds dipped in chocolate. These look like something very similar, but homemade. I think I could add different fruits and nuts to these to make quite a variety.”

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Bev chose Apple Custard Pastry-For My Mom on Mother’s Day from Baking for Blessings. “Want to show lots of love on Mother’s Day? Make her these wonderful Apple Custard Pastries.”

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Silvie chose Stir-Fried Mongolian Noodles from Tornadough Ali. “I am a HUGE fan of Mongolian noodles and this seems like an easy and delicious recipe. I can’t wait to try it.”

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Silvie chose Chocolate Cupcakes with Strawberry Marshmallow Frosting from Spoonful of Flavor. “I love chocolate cupcakes and I have yet to try them with strawberry marshmallow frosting. I can imagine these are absolutely delicious. I can’t wait to try them at my next Girls Coffee Date with my friends. :)”

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Evelyn chose Mexican Beef Taco Lettuce Wraps Recipe from Home Cooking Memories. “These wraps look delicious – bonus that they’re healthy too!”

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Evelyn chose Homemade Carpet Freshener That Kills Fleas from Crystal & Co. “What a great recipe – I love making my own natural products, and will definitely be making this!”

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Tiffany chose Kahlua and Cream French Toast from Dizzy, Busy & Hungry. “I mean how could I NOT love this!?!? Kahlua WITH French Toast!? I am placing this Mother’s Day request asap!”

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Heather chose Craft Tutorial: DIY Avengers Superhero Shoes from Comic Con Family. “I think this is a fun, easy way to be creative with our shoes. Honestly, we don’t wear shoes that much during the summer in SWFL, but I think my boys would think it’s cool to create pairs with super heroes on them. We wear sandals, by the way, we’re not usually completely barefoot!”

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Lydia chose Chocolate Caramel Bites from Simple and Savory. “Chocolate Caramel bites, no explanation needed.”

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Natasha chose To the Momma Who Doesn’t Matter from Blue Faced Momma. “As moms, we sometimes feel like we don’t matter but we do! Thanks for sharing this great post.”

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Natasha chose i don’t wanna adult today. from The Mrs Tee. “Having a young son with asthma, I can completely relate – it’s scary, nerve-wracking, and completely makes you want to run for the hills. But you break out of it pretty quickly, and jump into whatever we have to learn and do for our child. Hope it’s all well, Tiffany! Wishing you the best!”

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Strawberry Nutella French Toast from The Kittchen

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Kahlua and Cream French Toast from Dizzy, Busy & Hungry

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Meandering Mondays 149!

Natasha, Victoria, Gail, and I welcome you to meander in and join the fun, with this week’s Meandering Mondays 149! We are looking forward to partying with you and all of the amazing springtime recipes, crafts, fun, and everything else in between!

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Thank you in advance to all of you who link up with us! We are so thankful to have you joining the party! So pull up a chair and enjoy a cup of java or glass of wine, and take part in the amazing fun, fabulous crafts, new recipes to tempt your tastebuds, and cool DIY how to’s! There is no better way to start the busy week ahead than hanging out with great friends!
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Dreams

I have dreams, lots of dreams. I have always been a hopeless dreamer.

From an early age, it was which rock star or heart throb of the 80’s, would fall madly in love with me and sweep me off of my feet! LOL! I know, I know…not likely to happen, and now at 43 I am quite okay with that. I have never stopped dreaming, but now my dreams have definitely changed. Now my dreams are in some ways larger, but simpler, too.

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My dreams today, revolve mostly around family or ease of life…winning the lottery, raising happy children, being able to make a few home repairs, and just all around enjoying life. I would love to pay off our house and give it a few updates. To be able to pay off the student loans that will eventually start breathing down our necks, and really become more financially stable.

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Photo Courtesy of Thor Motor Coach

There is also the dream of maybe selling or renting the house, buying a motor home, and picking up stakes to travel the states. He wants to see national parks and historical sites, and I would just really love to see the country. Spending every day in spring, summer, or fall seasons and never having to shovel snow again would be amazing. Waking up to a sunrise on the ocean or a sunset over the mountains and just seeing the beauty that this country has to offer.

Sunrise at a beach in Miami!

Sunrise at a beach in Miami!

A perfect day for us would be to go for a drive to see the scenery or find something nature related that catches our eye. Or maybe we would find a downtown area full of cute shops to wander in and out of. We might even find a nice park or scenic area for a picnic lunch and follow that up with a hike. After a full day we would head back to our campground and enjoy an evening talking by the fire or maybe hanging in the camper doing our own things but together.

Sunrise over the Smokey Mountains!

Sunrise over the Smokey Mountains!

Travelling to the places where our families were before us and seeing how much we can find out about past generations. For me, to be able to go to Emporia, Kansas, and go through documents to see what I can find on my paternal grandfather or Missouri to find documents on my paternal grandmother’s life there. Hubby being able to go to Scituate, Massachusetts and walking the same streets that his ancestor’s walked or Fenway Park where his dad spent time as a kid would be so amazing.

Who knows, we might even put roots down again at some point, but not until we have seen all that we want to see and explored all that we have wanted to explore. If we do put down roots again, it would be a definite toss up…a shack on the beach for me or a little cabin in the mountains for hubby. Wherever it might be, it will be something simple with maybe a little land to enjoy, and warm!

Hubby and I at Allerton Park!

Hubby and I at Allerton Park!

We only have 5 more years, until the youngest leaves the nest and while that does sadden me some, I also look forward to dreams of the future. Dreams of travel, dreams of adventure, and dreams of spending the rest of our lives together, because we get stronger together with each passing year.

What fills your dreams? How much have they changed from 5 or 10 years ago? Drop me a note in the comments!


Healthy Eating Struggles!

In the last few months, I have been try to make healthy eating a priority and it has come with struggles. Struggles getting through a caffeine addiction and the monstrous headaches. Struggles to find even a few extra dollars to out already tight food budget. Even struggles knowing that I would be doing extra cooking each day to accommodate this new healthy lifestyle.

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When I stopped drinking mountain dew, I went through several weeks of headaches that were awful. Dealing with them meant taking way too many ibuprofen, just to be able to function. Now, after almost 9 months, I miss them, but I don’t need them. I do still have a soda, once every few months, but will often go for root beer or other caffeine free soda.

A few months after the caffeine went, so did the sugar, well mostly. This is a struggle because I am a dessert girl. I have always had a massive sweet tooth, that has been stoked since childhood, my mom was happiest baking. In the attempt to cut out sugar in some areas, to leave it for the best ones became all about choices. I chose to cut out sugary drinks and opt for water, more often than not. Or I might use honey as a sugar replacement in a recipe, to help cut back on my sugar intake.

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Trying to bring in healthy food choices for myself, has probably been the biggest struggle. Our food budget is sometimes limited and often only allowed for the cheap beef, too much starch, breads and butter. I got pretty good at throwing together something that while even partially homemade, it was still full of fat. In the past few months, I have tried to get around this by grabbing a bag of chicken tenders, a few bags of microwave veggies, and some fresh fruit, thanks to shopping at Aldi’s.

Along with the food struggle, also comes the making of at least 2 separate meals each day struggle. This healthy lifestyle that I am working towards is something that the rest of my family is fine with me doing it, as long as they can still have what they want. My hubs can and does eat hamburgers, every day…unless I change it up with a meatloaf or some other red meat. My lil man will only touch a few fruits and veggies, willingly…and those are few and far between. My lil miss is the only one who is interested in the healthier fare. I try to slip veggies in when I can, for the men in the house, but they are not easily swayed.

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Snacking struggles have reared their ugly heads a few times, too. I know that I have to be very careful during those times that I want a snack, I cannot just grab a bag of pretzels and only have a few! I will have to grab a small bowl and count out a serving and put the rest away. If it is my sweet tooth that is screaming at me, I will try to keep whatever I grab small, maybe 2 or 3 bites. This is definitely a daily struggle and one that I don’t always succeed at sticking to. But I try to make adjustments to accommodate these little slips, which is easier to come back from.

These are just some of the struggles that have made healthy eating a challenge, and some of the ways that I have had to adjust other things to be able to continue striving towards my goal of a healthier me. Knowing that there will be more struggles makes me want to try even harder to change to a healthier lifestyle.

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Do you struggle with eating healthy or fighting the snack monster? How do you overcome those struggles? I would love to hear your tips!


Mothers Day Printable!

With Mothers Day just around the corner, how about a Mothers Day printable and an opportunity to enjoy some creative fun!

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Ana from Food Packaging Labels invited me to share these wonderful and fun printables, just in time for Mothers Day.

Mothers Day printable that can be printed off as labels for homemade gifts and goodies, homemade cards or paper crafts, banners or posters. For me as a mom, and with most moms I know, homemade gifts are the best and most meaningful ones to get. These adorable printables can be used for so many fun projects, perfect for showing mom just how special she is.

Having mom over for a cup of coffee and a homemade breakfast bread, like a homemade banana bread or coffee cake, wrap her up some to take home and attach one of these tags to put a smile on her face. Grab out the art supplies and have some fun with the kiddos, allowing them to make their own special creations. Help little ones pack mom’s lunch and give her an extra smile, when she see one of these fun messages.

Be sure to check out the other printables that are available at Food Packaging Labels and get a jump start on some holiday crafting for the upcoming seasons. All printables are in vibrant and full color, with fun designs making the possibilities endless for crafts and projects.


Working Out Is Hard To Do…

For me working out is hard to do, and so easy for me not to do! I have never been able to understand those people who could workout every day and be unicorns and rainbows happy. When I am faced with a workout, all my mind says is, “I really don’t want to do this!” or “I can make it up tomorrow!” or any number of other things to talk myself out of going to put on the workout clothes and getting off of my fanny!

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For whatever reason, I psyche myself out, or at least try. Some days I succeed, because I struggle fighting through the drive to do it. Exercise is not something that is ingrained in me and my track record really kind of sucks. In 43 years, short of P.E. in school…and I tried every way imaginable to get out of that, exercise has never been a priority. Throughout the last twenty years, maybe a half dozen times I would start to workout for a couple of months anyway.

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I did not come from an overly athletic family…well except for my grandma, who was one of like nine or ten children and more brothers than sisters…so when she was young, she played sports. My parents, however, were bowlers…and my dad was a heavy drinker and my mom, well she loved to bake and cook…and it was all from scratch, using lots of butter and shortening. In fact, most of my dad’s family were all short and squat in stature, and not petite in any fashion.

When I was in school, the closest I came to any type of sport was pom poms in grade school which I didn’t mind because it was a touch more dance oriented. I tried ballet and it wasn’t my thing, and then there was gymnastics in which I am not coordinated enough to put my feet above my hands! I could never hit a baseball or birdie, and volleyball’s normally hit me in the face, and running…well not unless a bear is chasing me or something!

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Me, 6th grade Pom Poms…

So now, here I am, at 43 and trying to start and hold myself accountable to working out, at least 5 days a week. Since starting this journey in January, I have gotten much better at accomplishing that goal. There are some weeks that the craziness of the week and whether or not hubby is off work, three days that week has to work. But there are other weeks, when the hubby is working, and everything else is in alignment and five days is a breeze.

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After a workout…

When I started working out, this year, I thought I would die in a twenty minute basic learning workout and I had to stop to catch my breath a couple of times. By the time I got through the first ninety days, I could pull off 30 minutes fairly well, and even add another thirty to forty-five minute workout and only pause two or three times for a water break. The other cool thing was that I really started to feel the workout high that I had heard about!

Results of working out from January to April...

Results of working out from January to April…

During my workout, I feel proud of myself for shutting down the negativity in my head. I feel proud that this accomplishment is helping me feel better about myself. I feel proud when I can shut my anxiety down, one more time and overcome the doubt in my own self worth.

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Even though working out is hard to do and so easy not to do, I know that it is what I need to do. Knowing that it is a lifestyle change and a mindset that makes it happen, and that it is a barrier that I have to get past. I also know that each time I talk myself out of talking myself out of doing my workout, I have taken one more step towards being awesome!


Turn It Up Tuesdays 135!

Join the party for this week’s amazing Turn It Up Tuesdays 135! It is time to turn it up for another great party of amazing links and fabulous friends…so let’s get to the party!

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Welcome the lovely ladies of Turn It Up Tuesday!

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Natasha from Epic Mommy Adventures | Stacey from This Momma’s Ramblings | April from April Noelle | Tina from The Happy Creations | Tiffany from The Mrs Tee| Melissa from The Coupon Chronicles | Kelly from Making-More | Silvie from My Silly Little Gang | Mari from Living in Mommywood | Tenns from Bliss & Faith | Kimberly from Being a Wordsmith | Elaine from Ramblings of a Bad Domestic Goddess | Ginger from Does Your Sister Have Normal Hair | Bev from Eclectic Red Barn | Anuja from All I Do | Heather from Goodlicious

And welcome our awesome guest hosts for April!

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Evelyn from Better on a Budget | Lydia from Always Made with Love | Christina from Okay Christina

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Christina chose My Best Vintage Sheet Quilt Yet! from Busy Being Jennifer. “I’m terrible at textiles but seriously this is one of the most intricate DIY’s I have ever seen and it’s gorgeous! Love it!”

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Christina chose Trendy Ikat Bangles from The Scrap Shoppe Blog. “These bangles look so professional and trendy, I love the colour choices and how simple they are to recreate! The instructions are clear and the photography is spot on!”

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Heather chose Prosecco Floats from The Kittchen. “Two of my favorites combined: sparkling wine and ice cream! I’ve never tried putting ice cream in wine, but I think this would make a delicious, grown-up version of the classic “float”. I’m looking forward to trying it this summer.”

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Heather chose Easy Pork Tenderloin with Fennel and Plums from A Dish of Daily Life. “We love pork tenderloin in our house. I agree with Christine that it’s a very versatile protein, and I love how it takes on a variety of seasonings and spices.”

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Mari chose Chocolate Dipped Coconut Bites from Simple and Savory. “My love of sweets may cause me to loose my teeth someday but in the meantime I chose Anne’s which look very tasty. Nice portion size so you don’t eat too many.”

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Mari chose PB&J Freezer Fudge from Courtney’s Cookbook. “I also loved Courtney’s. I would have never thought of cold pbj but this is a must try!”

Silvie also chose this post. “This post had me at PB&J! I can’t wait to try this recipe out, I’m sure my boys will love it.”

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Bev chose Tropical Bruschetta and Mango Card from The Gold Lining Girl. “This bruschetta looks for amazing and the mango curd has to be awesome since I am a mango kind of girl.”

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Bev chose Coconut and Lime BBQ Prawns from Sparkles in the Everyday. “Nothing like grilling out and these shrimp would make a great meal and on the lighter side.”

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Stacey chose Easy Fried Mozzarella Sticks Recipe from All She Cooks. “What a wonderful and simple recipe! These would definitely not last long with my family. Thanks for sharing!”

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Stacey chose Bird Nest Brownie Bowls Recipe from Sugar, Spice and Family Life. “These look just wonderful! Anything with brownie is always a winner for me! Thank you for sharing!”

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Tiffany chose One Pan Dirty Rice Skillet from My Suburban Kitchen. “This on pan dish would be a total lifesaver of my family on weekdays when getting a meal ready needs to be quick and delicious!”

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Tina chose Molten Chocolate Brownie S’mores Pie from The Kittchen. “What a super yummy pie. It looks fantastic. Mouthwatering!! My daughter want’s some now.Thanks for sharing this recipe with us.”

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Tina chose 30 Minute Teacher Gift Charm Bracelet from Flamingo Toes. “Wonderful creation.Fast and easy to make.A Brilliant gift.Thanks for sharing your creation with us.”

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Evelyn chose 17 Southern Comfort Foods Made Healthy from Healthy Helper. “I love comfort foods, and I’m a big believer in not depriving myself some of these moments – but at the same time, I’m extremely conscious of my health and of eating right. These recipes give the best of both worlds!!”

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Silvie chose Learn How to Make Homemade Flour Tortillas from our very own Elaine from Ramblings of a (Bad) Domestic Goddess. “This is a great and easy recipe. The flour tortillas came out perfectly.”

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Natasha chose 6 Things I’ve Learned in 6 Years of Blogging from Healthy Helper. “I always love to learn from bloggers that are still going after several years. Thanks for sharing!”

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Natasha chose Part 1: Tips for Working Moms from The Multitasking Mom. “I am working on building a stress-free life, even though I am a single, working mom. These are definitely some great tips!”

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Easy Fried Mozzarella Sticks Recipe from All She Cooks

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Part 1: Tips for Working Moms from The Multitasking Mom

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