I want to share a story that is truly near and dear to my aching heart. Most of you have probably read about my hometown Flint, Michigan and their water crisis in the national news lately or you may have Continue reading The Flint Water Crisis Through The Eyes of Single Mommies
It’s winter and this is definitely the season for comfort food like this homemade gluten-free, organic beef stew I made in my crock pot. If you’re looking for an easy dinner to whip up, that may last you a couple of days, then this one is for you. It just calls for a little prep of the meat and veggies. Then you throw the ingredients in the crock pot and let it simmer boo. You’ll have 4-5 hours to tend to the kiddies or get things done around the house, so make sure you give yourself enough time so it’s ready for dinner.
Here’s my recipe. Hope you enjoy this meal as much as I have these
I woke up about an hour late this morning, because I barely slept last night. My body was tired, but I could not get my mind to rest. There’s a lot going on up there and I had something dropped in my lap at the very last minute yesterday, that had me all worked up and stressed out. All of which was out of my control, but knowing that helped nothing.
As I laid in bed, all of my thoughts ran so recklessly in my head. I tried
Sooo I whipped up this deceptively delicious strawberry-blueberry smoothie for my son, that was packed with spinach, kale, carrots, ground chia and flax seeds. And he LOVED it!! That’s when I was totally, completely and utterly HOOKED! I was sooo happy that I no longer had to bribe him to eat veggies (outside of his few favorites) or lecture him at dinner time about the importance of vegaetable to his health, as he sat and stared at his plate of meat and foreign objects. Now I could just throw it all in my Nutribullet with yogurt or milk or 100% juice and Voila!
Now how did I get here?