This post was sponsored by ALDI as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. I got super lucky this past school year with my boys making their own lunches. Sure I would help occasionally with making a sandwich or packing up leftovers from dinner. But for the most part, they were on their own. It made me so very happy. I never knew I could hate making lunch so much.
You guys! Have you signed up for the Tillamook Co-Op yet? You know Tillamook for their amazing cheeses. You probably know them for their yummy ice creams (So Cal is slowly starting to get more varieties) but they also do yogurt etc. And they focus on really good ingredients. Well they want you to be part of their family. So sign up for the Co-Op and get a say in
*I was sent a Mantry box to review. Well, I kind of let my husband review this one because he’s a man. But I am telling you my thoughts on the Mantry box as a gift idea. I am always on the look out for great gift ideas. I love to give gifts that are unique or super personal to the person I am buying for. My husband is super hard
How freaking insane are these basketball shaped rolls?! I can’t get over them! My husband brought these home because he thought the boys would get a kick out of them. And they did. But so did I. I mean, how perfect are these for March Madness?! They are by a company called Eat the Ball and they actually come in several other ball shapes as well. So fun! I have
*This post is a sponsored opportunity by Foodie.com. All opinions are mine. And I love food. So I’m happy to share these recipes with you. I LOVE Sundays. While I cook dinner about 5-6 nights a week, there is something about cooking a Sunday supper that makes me so happy. In winter, I love to put a slow-cooking dish on the stove, like delicious short ribs. I would never attempt
I decided to sit my kids down the other day to see if I could figure out some healthier snacking options for them. I started off by asking them what their favorite junk foods are. My oldest said, “the middle of those chocolate sandwich cookies, chocolate caramel pretzel granola bars, lattes (He’s joking, he’s never had a latte. That I am aware of.) and ice cream. My youngest said, “ice
Are you ready for Valentine’s Day? Here are a few of my posts that might help you make the day a little more special for your family: Candy popcorn recipe with Jello Music inspired printable Valentine’s Hanging balloon Valentine’s A non-traditional view of Valentine’s Day (inspo board based on a song by The Cults) Felt heart finger puppets Edible confetti Popsicle Stick Heart Peace Sign Heart garland tutorial for You
I am in love with this edible drink confetti, aren’t you?! I had seen sugar sheets at my local craft store and always wondered what I could do with them. So one day I decided to grab one and see if I could use punches to make some sort of fun food craft. It totally worked! And I just love how they turned out. While I only did the DIY confetti