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Affiliate disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links, in which I earn a small commission based on your purchase, at no extra cost to you. It’s no secret I love a good smoothie! I drink smoothies year round, but it feels like as soon as spring rolls around, I crave them even more! I think […]

5 Smoothies for Spring

Affiliate disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links, in which I earn a small commission based on your purchase, at no extra cost to you. It’s no secret I love a good smoothie! I drink smoothies year round, but it feels like as soon as spring rolls around, I crave them even more! I think […]

5 Smoothies for Spring

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These 5-ingredient lemon blueberry bars are fresh and bright for spring, kid-friendly, easy to make and infinitely snackable! All you’ll need is a food processor, some parchment paper and a baking dish and you’ll have a nutrient-dense snack to pull from the fridge all week long. Lemon Blueberry Snack Bars: Ingredients:  1-1.5 cups pitted medjool […]

Lemon Blueberry Snack Bars

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I can’t keep this recipe from you any longer- my family is OBSESSED with this easy Spring sheet pan salmon recipe! With a simply seasoned garlic-butter brushed salmon, fresh spring asparagus and baby potatoes (and a lick-the-spoon dill yogurt sauce) this recipe is as simple as it is flavorful. With 10 minutes (or less) prep […]

Sheet Pan Garlic Butter Salmon with asparagus, potatoes and dill yogurt sauce

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I first had Bang Bang Shrimp a few years ago as an appetizer at a restaurant (no, it wasn’t the Bonefish Grill!) and fell in LOVE. I love the crispy shrimp tossed with the sweet, creamy and lightly spicy sauce and immediately thought, “How can I turn this into a meal?!” And so it was! […]

Bang Bang Shrimp Bowls

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Sugar. It’s a huge buzzword in the nutrition AND parenting world… and I think most of us know, too much of anything isn’t a good think (it’s all about balance!). But added sugar is seemingly everywhere- and it’s affecting our kids. So how do we reduce the added sugar, without restricting our kids from the […]

Ep. 274 The truth about sugar and our kids with Dr. Michael Goran and Dr. Emily Ventura

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Feeding a family can be hard in and of itself- but feeding a family when one (or in today’s guest’s case, almost all!) of your family members has food allergies can feel next to impossible. In today’s episode, I’m chatting with Kathlena, also known as the Allergy Chef, a recipe developer specifically for food allergies […]

Ep. 272 Managing a family kitchen with food allergies with Kathlena, The Allergy Chef

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Mom life can be hard- and it can also be incredibly beautiful. But in order to tackle the hard days, get out of survival mode and embrace the beauty in motherhood, we need to take care of ourselves well- something I think many of us are good at putting on the backburner. So how do […]

Ep. 270 Navigating the hard seasons of motherhood + creating an energizing morning ritual with Catherine Wilde

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 I don’t know the last time I had this much fun recording a podcast episode- but when you get me and my sister in a room together, it’s bound to be a good time! It wasn’t always that way, though- in today’s episode we adventure through listener questions on our relationship as sisters, advice for […]

Ep. 268: Q + A: Sister Edition (the highs and lows of childhood to adult sibling relationships, living with a sister with an eating disorder and more than a hint of 90’s and ’00’s nostalglia)

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 Having meaningful conversations with kids is one of the best ways to connect deeply with kids and build their confidence, kindness, and creativity. In today’s episode, I’m joined by Rebecca Rolland, nationally certified speech-language pathologist, Harvard Graduate School of Education lecturer and author of The Art of Talking with Children to share some incredible simple, […]

Ep. 266: The Art of Talking with Children with nationally certified speech pathologist Rebecca Rolland

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Easter is almost here- and you know what that means… it’s almost time to crack open those colored eggs and make some deviled eggs! It’s honestly the best part of the Easter food fare, in my opinion. Just me? Wait until you try these deviled eggs! I LOVE a classic deviled egg- egg yolks, mayonnaise […]

Deviled Eggs: Three Ways

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Research has shown a huge uptick in mood disturbances- everything from anxiety to depression to stress and burnout, in the last couple of years- which is no surprise, given our world but what many of us don’t realize is despite there being a lot OUT of our control, there’s also so much we can add […]

Ep. 264: Improve Your Mood with Food: nutrition tips, foods to eat, supplements to take for better mood with Andrea Donsky, RHN

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Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links in which I earn a small commission from your purchase (at no extra cost to you). Ok friends, I’ve been asked time and time again when I share about running- what is my favorite gear? Honestly, the BEST thing about running is it doesn’t require a ton of […]

My Favorite Running Gear

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