Archives for November 2010

Who am I?

I had been wondering why I am doing this. This “blogging” thing. Why am I spending money on business cards and websites? Why do I wonder about my Google analytics and what people think? Why did I wake up in the middle of the night wondering about my blog name?

Making a Family Meal with Marie Callender’s

Here is a 6 minute video on how you can make healthy dinner for a family of four, in less than 15 minutes and under $10, using a Marie Callender’s frozen meal.  Heck,  it is a great idea for any busy night, but super fabulous for the busy holidays.

AboutOne Review

There is a new online organization website that you may want to check out. It is called AboutOne and it is in Beta testing.

Becoming an Isis Mom

One year ago today I became an Isis Mom. For those individuals who are Isis Moms, you know what that means. For those who aren’t, let me share it with you.

Winter Wishlist

Isis Parenting has fantastic classes and fabulous toys, but did you know they also have great winter clothing items for kids?

Baby Veggie Fritters

Let’s face it, when it comes to toddlers, we can be at a loss what to make them for dinner. (At least, without feeling guilty at what we are serving them.) Here is a great recipe for kids ages 12-18 months, though it can be munched on by older kids and even adults. So here’s […]

Multi-Vitamin Magic

A great clip from Boston-based Fox 25 Morning News, and local natural health care expert Mark Mincolla, about how multi-vitamins may be the key to making you look younger. Plus, some other great types about when, what, and how to take vitamins.

Spaghetti Squash

So Spaghetti Squash looks like the picture, but what do you do with it? Spaghetti Squash can be made into a fabulous side dish or a substitute for pasta. It is chock full of vitamins and minerals too. So let’s roll with this bad boy. Steps: Preheat oven to 375 degrees Halve the squash lengthwise, […]

Sweet Sugar Lips

I love do-it-at-home beauty routines, especially since it saves a buck or two. But I don’t like when they are complicated or super messy. I remember standing in my bathroom once, covered in eggs and mayonnaise and wondering what had happened to my sanity. One simple recipe that does not involve complicated trips to the […]

Best Toys, Books and More

The National Parenting Publication Awards (NAPPA) are out for the holiday season. With seven product categories and 205 winners, you will see the top picks for toys, books and more in 2010. Everything from bath toys, dolls, audio books, kid-friendly DVDs, a treasure hunt GPS, smart pens, construction workshops, and other electronics are on the […]