dinner, recipes, slow cooker, soup

Slow Cooker Minestrone

IMG_2100.jpgWe are closing in on the last 9 weeks of the school year and this mama is pretty burnt out on packing lunches (and dinners for my oldest who eats dinner at the dance studio a few nights a week). The only thing that’s helping my race to the finish line is my my trusty slow cooker. Continue reading “Slow Cooker Minestrone”

health, information, kids, natural remedies, self care, stress, tips

My Family’s Holistic Medicine Cabinet

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When I was pregnant with my first child at the age of 22, I had NO clue about my views on natural versus conventional medicines and health care. As an asthmatic child with a weak immune system, I had been on round after round of antibiotics, steroids, allergy shots, and pretty much every over the counter medication known to man. When I was 4 months pregnant, I was teaching at a Montessori school and contracted a nasty cold with a barking cough followed by pink eye. I went to see the doctor, and she told me that the medication she needed to prescribe could possibly cause deafness to my baby. Continue reading “My Family’s Holistic Medicine Cabinet”

breakfasts, dinner, lunch, plant-based eating, salad, slow cooker, snack, soup, under 30 minutes, what I eat in a day

What I Eat in a Day 3

IMG_1985.JPGThe sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and the pollen is floating through the air. All indciations that spring is on it’s way in Texas. After 2 weeks of intense rain (about 12 inches in 10 days time), a full day of sunshine inspired me to share another What I Eat in a Day. Continue reading “What I Eat in a Day 3”

plant-based eating, tips

How to Break Out of a Food Rut

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When I find a meal that I love, I can eat it for DAYS in a row before becoming bored. However, there are some times that I look at my busy schedule, plan out my quickest meals and think, “brown rice and veggie stir fry on Wednesday night. Again. Oh joy.” Continue reading “How to Break Out of a Food Rut”