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  • Gardening,  Home

    Coconut Oil For Your Plants, Say WHAT?

    Coconut oil is one of the best things on this planet, in my opinion. It can be used for SO MANY THINGS and has lots of health benefits. Spotlight on the way that coconut oil can be beneficial today is: FOR PLANTS! Did you know that you can use coconut oil to give your plants extra love? I’ve found that indoor plants require a little more TLC than the ones outside because they are in an unnatural environment. Plants were meant to be outside, don’t forget that. You can check out my full on “plant tips” blog post by clicking HERE. To use coconut oil as a plant mama love…

  • Health

    We use Fluoride Free Toothpaste and here’s our favorite brand!

    This post is in partner with RiseWell Co. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Please read my disclaimer page for more information. One of my top health priorities for my kids is their dental health. I didn’t realize how quickly things can go south when it comes to dental health until a few years ago. My older kids have a few cavity issues due to being given hard candy when they visit places like church and school. We are working to actively fix this by taking the proper care of them and working with our local pediatric dentist. This is a topic that I’m learning more and more about…

  • Recipes

    Coconut Oil Fried Chicken Recipe

    Food was one of the first things that I transitioned to healthier when I started changing my lifestyle. I really didn’t know much about healthy eating as my parents never taught me and we live in the deep South where fried foods and casseroles rule! As I’ve grown in my cooking, I’ve found new ways to incorporate old favorites. Fried chicken is definitely a BIG part of that. It’s not as hard as I thought it would be to make my comfort foods into healthier versions of themselves. I also like to share that progress is better than perfection and this isn’t something I’ve just up and changed overnight. My…

  • Recipes

    Pumpkin Spice Smoothie

    stainless steel straw | mason jars Call us whatever you want, but pretty much anything pumpkin-flavored will be consumed by my family during fall. We LIVE for pumpkin pies, PSL, and pumpkin chocolate chip cookies!I have been clean eating for a few years now (with a few exceptions here and there) so finding a healthy pumpkin smoothie recipe was something I knew needed to happen in the fall. I have this ginormous sweet teeth that occurred during one of my pregnancies and has never disappeared.  I went straight to Pinterest, but I just didn’t fall in love with what I found. I decided to create my own take on a pumpkin spice smoothie, and…

  • Recipes

    Two Ingredient Pancakes and Raspberry Chia Seed Jam

    When Nolan started eating actual foods, I was so excited! He could suck down a food pouch in no time! We researched about baby-led weaning and started introducing thicker foods a month or so after purees, and he loved that, too. He started out just holding things like broccoli florets and scrubbing his gums with them and evolved into avocado fingers and banana splits. Introducing him to foods this way has led us to notice a significant difference in him and other children his age who just ate purees. He is not a picky eater and is willing to eat more healthy options than not. Don’t get me wrong, if…