Today’s link round-up has recipes for delicious sweets, organization tips, ways to put yourself first without being selfish, and more.
A Virtuous Woman share an easy strawberry trifle recipe.
Chocolate Covered Katie taught us how to make a chocolate brownie cheesecake ball.
A Beautiful Mess gave us tips for organizing a workshop space.
Seeing Sunshine showed us one of her favorite ways to keep her feet warm.
Mind Body Green told us why it’s not selfish to put yourself first—especially if you have kids.
Crafts by Amanda taught us how to make a recycled plastic lid windchime.
Thrifty Jinxy shared a blueberry muffin smoothie recipe.
Photo credit: A Virtuous Woman and Seeing Sunshine
Today’s link round-up has some cute DIY spring projects, Easter basket ideas, and more.
Designed Décor shared a delicious strawberry pretzel surprise.
Janine’s Confessions of a Mommyaholic stepped out of her nail polish comfort zone to show us some gorgeous new colors.
Chocolate and Sunshine shared some ideas for Easter baskets for adults.
Kenarry showed us some fun ways to color Easter eggs.
A Beautiful Mess taught us how to make a colorful kitchen clock.
Crafts Unleashed created the cutest spring mason jar DIY lamp.
I Love to Create showed us how to make floral puffy paint Easter eggs.
Photo credit: Designed Décor and A Beautiful Mess
Marianna Hewitt shows you how to make a mask at home that will make your hair grow. Use coconut oil and castor oil overnight to get soft and longer hair.
Today’s link round-up has a cute art tote, a DIY rag doll, a breakfast parfait, and more.
Sew Mama Sew showed us how to make an art tote.
Oh She Glows shared a recipe for a raw chocolate hazelnut breakfast.
Learn Create Love created some melted crayon rainbow art and made a tutorial.
Twig and Toadstool taught us how to make rainbow wax suncatchers.
A Beautiful Mess taught us how to make a traditional rag doll.
Creative Green Living shared a fun bee party activity.
The Ribbon Retreat made a ballerina earring and hair bow holder that’s adorable for little girls.
Photo credit: Sew Mama Sew and A Beautiful Mess
As a mother, one of my biggest concerns when feeding my children is nutrition and raising my kids with a healthy lifestyle. During the summer, the kids are outside playing a lot more and exerting a lot more energy, so I like to provide healthy and filling snack options.
I want a snack that is healthy, convenient and feels like a snack not like a punishment. There are loads of these types of snacks on the market, but if you prefer to make your own and have a little more control over the nourishment and caloric intake that goes into your little ones, this is a great option. I promise you that even though fresh fruit and veggies may be best choice as a snack for your children, this tropical trail mix is a close second. Read more…
Growing up as a Latina, we made a lot of Mexican food. One of my favorite comfort foods, as a child and still today, is chicken enchiladas. Now, I make them for my own husband and daughters. It is one of their favorites and I love sharing my culture with them. I would love to share this recipe with you and your family. It’s warm, cheesy gooey and spicy; like a hug from your own little Mexican Abuelita. Read more…