Diana Blackburn, co-founder of Rejoice Birth Services, will be kicking off a new Bradley Method series in the beginning of July. If you are looking for an evidence-based, comprehensive childbirth education course—with an emphasis on preparing for an unmedicated birth—this is the class for you! If you are interested in registering or if you have any questions, feel free to email Diana at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Look, I’m a bread addict. It’s a love-hate relationship. I pretty much try to avoid gluten 90% of the time due to some inflammatory issues. But I just can’t quite kick the loaf to the curb.
However, when I do indulge, I make it WORTH it. Warm bread fresh out of the oven with some softened butter or fresh herbs in olive oil. Heaven, I tell you.
When most people think of homemade bread, they think of a laborious and messy day long process that involves lots and lots of kneading and hands-on time.
I’ve tried a handful of no-knead bread recipes over the years, but they were all missing a little something. Usually texture, sometimes taste.
Love Mexican inspired food, but not the insane amount of carbs? Then you might just need to try these low-ish carb, gluten-free burrito bowls in your life!
These are quick and easy…the perfect busy weeknight dinner. From start to finish in just under thirty minutes.
I promise, I’m not trying to taco way your tortillas (see what I did there!)…but every day can’t be taco Tuesday. So try these on nights when you’re trying to behave yourself, but still want a little plate fiesta.
Chances are, you’ve heard some cautionary buzz around the dangers of traditional deodorant and the benefits of switching to a “natural” antiperspirant free version.
So let me break it down for you.
I’ve always been proud of my amazing, top of the line immune system. Until this winter, that is. This mama had bronchitis for weeks, then a sinus infection and the flu for a grand finale. To clarify, my entire family got the flu on the way up to Montana a few days before Christmas this past December. Fun times, I tell you. Nothing like scrubbing buckets full of vomit off two toddlers in an airplane bathroom and then purchasing $100 worth of extra kids clothes and socks in the Denver airport because you didn’t bring enough backup clothes. Fast forward a few days to Christmas morning, which we spent in the emergency room in Helena, Montana because my son was not getting any better from his bad case of the flu.