Stitch Fix Review #15


Hello friends! Today I am sharing  another Stitch Fix Review. I have been getting boxes every month and am finally caught up on sharing. Here is the one I received the beginning of this month. And if you need the lowdown on Stitch Fix here it is: Stitch Fix is subscription box service where a personal stylist hand…

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Black Bean and Corn Salad #vegan #glutenfree |

Black Bean and Corn Salad {Vegan, Gluten Free}

I’m not very good about working ahead of schedule. I never have been. In college and grad school, I always did my best the day before an assignment was due. Not much has changed! But I have learned that having 4 kids alone can throw you some curves balls, so it’s probably a good idea…

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Buffalo Chicken Quinoa Casserole #glutenfree |

Buffalo Chicken Quinoa Casserole

Friday thoughts….sometimes I feel like just giving up. Giving up the blog, giving up trying to work from home, giving up being a stay-at-home mom. Ooooh, I just read that back and realize it sounds serious and depressing, but don’t call for help because I don’t mean it like that. I just go through that…

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No-Bake Apricot Coconut Balls {Gluten Free, Vegan}

Hi friends. Goodness, what a crazy past week. It all started Wednesday in the middle of the night when my 3 year old woke me up with a case of the stomach bug. By Friday he was doing great and my husband and I settled in to watch our Homeland marathon Friday night (we’re currently…

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Pin It Party {Pinterest}

Hey friends! We are doing another Pin It Party where we list 5 posts from our blog that we’d love to see on Pinterest. Lindsay from the Lean Green Bean is our host! I think it’s safe to say that most bloggers get a good chunk of traffic from Pinterest and if you are like…

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A Sample Easter Brunch Menu

Hi friends, Just popping my head in quickly to share our Easter plans with you in case you are in need of some inspiration. This year we are spending Easter with friends and decided on doing a brunch instead of a big dinner. Thankfully we have good friends that fill in for family when we…

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Egg In A Spinach Nest with Sriracha

I finally had a date with my 2015 planner, long overdue…and as I was filling it in I realized we are already a quarter into the new year! With that discovery, I briefly flipped out, then did a quick overview of what my first 3 months of the year looked like. I thought it would…

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Silk Collage

Plant-Based Protein Swaps

I need protein at every meal, which I learned the hard way. Yes, there was a time (pre-nutrition degree) where I would just eat a plain “fat free” bagel for breakfast or some other starch and wonder why I was so hungry an hour later. Then I learned about nutrition and it all made sense….

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Stitch Fix Review #14

Hey there, it’s time for another Stitch Fix reveal and review. After having a few disappointing boxes, last month was a great box. You can see that review here. I was eager to see what this month’s box brought. I loved this fix as well. I made a few requests and was thrilled that they…

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Chicken Fajita Bowl

Hi friends! How is your weekend going? I don’t usually post on Sunday but it’s a Recipe Redux day! Here is the theme: Two for One We’re all about cooking once and eating twice. In short, double dinners are better. Show us how you take a favorite recipe already on your blog – and ReDux…

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Italian-Style Turkey Burgers

Chicken parmesan is one of my favorites meals. I was getting ready to make one of my lightened versions and I realized I hadn’t defrosted the chicken. So plan B. These turkey burgers with an Italian flare. I love a good turkey burger. These are super moist and flavorful and can be enjoyed with a bun,…

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Cooking Basics: How To Make Homemade Ghee

It’s time for another installment of “Cooking Basics”. Today I am going to show you how easy it is to make homemade ghee. Ghee (the Hindi word for fat) is basically butter that has been simmered, then the milk solids removed leaving pure butter. It’s much like clarified butter, but it’s simmered longer to brown…

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5 Reasons To Eat Frozen Fruits and Vegetables

Disclaimer: Thank you to the National Frozen and Refrigerated Foods Association for sponsoring this post. I was compensated for my time. All opinions are my own.  It takes some planning to eat healthy, but once you get the hang of it, it becomes second nature. One thing I do that helps with successful meal planning for my family is…

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