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Grilling 101: How to Grill Just About Everything This Summer

This post originally went live two years ago. As I was cleaning up our own grill this weekend I figured it might be a nice time for a refresher! I really love to cook.  I enjoy the rhythm of chopping, dicing, and sautéing; waiting while faint scents become tantalizing aromas that engulf a space, and the pleasure of knowing that friends and family have been nourished by food.  It’s therapy. I can poach and chiffonade like a pro and have single handedly cooked an entire Thanksgiving dinner, but for whatever reason, have always been …

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How to Teach Kids about Generosity, Kindness + Abundance

(This post is sponsored by Frost Bank. All thoughts and opinions are my own.) Have you ever tried to teach a toddler to share? It’s the exact definition of an uphill battle.  Like straight uphill. Like Mr.-Free-Solo-himself-trying-to-scale-El-Capitan uphill. When Parker was two I read an article about having an abundance mentality and, while I was initially reading it with myself in mind, I decided maybe this was a better approach to teaching sharing to a toddler than just constantly repeating how important it is to share what is ours with …

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Three Ways to Get Healthier, Shinier Hair in 2020

(This post is sponsored by Herbal Essences. All thoughts and opinions are my own.) Getting healthier, shinier hair doesn’t mean you have to overhaul your entire beauty routine. Something as simple as switching to the right shampoo and conditioner can make a world of a difference.I started using Herbal Essences Honey & Vitamin B Shampoo and Conditioner this year and my hair feels so much healthier. (You can purchase the products I have been using easily on Amazon!) The bio:renew formulas, which are PETA cruelty-free, combine real …

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The Cutest DIY Photo Mugs for the Holidays

My mom currently has a monopoly on holidays and we gladly let her. She can cook 8 different dishes without breaking a sweat and I’m pretty sure she could bake a casserole in her sleep. (Plus, my dad has mastered the art of Prime Rib, Spiral Sliced Ham, and more!) Christmas Eve, however, is all mine! My family comes over for tamales and chili, followed by the girls getting to open what is usually an obscenely large gift from one of my sisters and general merriment ensues until all of the parents begin talking about how Santa will be here …

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