Micro Scooter Review

It’s been 3 months since our Micro Scooters arrived at our door, and I’m honestly kicking myself we didn’t get them sooner! They make our adventures all the more fun, and the convenience of being able to keep them in the car, grabbing them out at a moments notice, is awesome. We often pull up

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Cherry Ripe Smoothie Bowl

I made this smoothie bowl on a total whim, after a long day, with no dinner prepared. It turned out so DELICIOUS. The combination of the strawberry smoothie with the Cacao Nibs & Coconut toppings instantly reminded me of a Cherry Ripe. I hope you guys love it! Super quick, healthy and delish! Ingredients: 1

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The Beginning of the End??

I’ve been feeling this way for a while, the peak being today, with the pressure looming to almost explosion point. Ok I probably did internally explode, hence this written piece right now. You see, I love(d) Instagram. A magical place where we can share our photos. It’s as simple as that. But beyond the simple

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Girls Spring Clothing Haul Under $100

Anyone who has a little girl knows, how hard it is to resist the temptation that is GIRLS CLOTHING. There are so many beautiful pieces out there, whether you’re into florals, pastels, gingham.. there is most definitely something for everyone. I recently updated Kruizey’s wardrobe (on the cheap) and shared it on my blog here,

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Kids and The Internet

Do you ever stop and think about how much the world, society, our lives and the internet have changed since we were teenagers? Heck, some of us didn’t grow up having the internet, and a lot of us will probably never forget that dial up internet modem sound! What used to be such a luxury,

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Boys Spring Clothing Haul Under $100

The thing with kids is, they grow. Rapidly. One minute they’re a size 2 and then you blink and they are suddenly a size 4! This generally means that items you buy one year, won’t fit the next. I normally try and buy a size or two larger, to extend the longevity, plus I kinda

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Floating in the land of the undiagnosed

I never used to understand the emphasis or importance of ‘diagnosis’. Even as a second grade teacher, I hated the thought of labels, and how they instatenously put someone/ a child into a certain ‘bracket’ or box. Even now, the thought of labels doesn’t sit well with me. But I’ve been floating in this land

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Roast Pumpkin, Quinoa + Kale Salad

This salad is a new fave of mine and it’s absolutely DELICIOUS. Super easy to whip together and is perfect on its own or as a side salad. Ingredients: Roast Pumpkin (I roast pumpkin slices in advance and then they are ready to add to any salad) Cooked Quinoa Feta Shaved Parmesan Kaleslaw (you can

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