As we come to a close of 2021 and look to 2022 and all that it will hold, it is easy to become overwhelmed and worried. Did I create too much waste this year? Can we afford that eco-friendly item? Can I quit my job, move into the woods with my husband and dog, have… Continue reading 5 Ways to Make 2022 More Sustainable
Food intolerances and allergies are no fun, especially when it comes to the holidays. All that dairy, gluten, and sugar come together to make such tasty treats- buuut my stomach doesn’t see them as gifts.
It’s so easy to get all wrapped up (ha, get it?) in the hustle and bustle of the holidays. There are so many gifts to get, treats to make (and eat!), and family events to go to.
I don’t know about you, but another worry to add to the list is all the waste during this time. Gift wrap, plastic wrapped toys, and ribbon all end up in the dumpster.
However, I realized that if I take the time to simplify or thrift my decor and reuse what I already have, I don’t have to worry do much! Without further ado, here are five tips to make the holidays a little better for the planet.
Hot chocolate is a quintessential winter drink that everyone thinks of when it gets chilly. It’s so easy to change up got chocolate with whipped cream, peppermint candy, cinnamon, and more!
It’s hard to find hot chocolate mixes at the store that are allergy-friendly. A couple winters ago I decided to make my own mix so I could enjoy a warm drink with my husband.
The great debate: Pancakes or waffles? usband is a huge fan of waffles and is apathetic towards pancakes. I love both! It’s so easy to customize waffles by adding oats, chocolate, or fresh fruit. I particularly enjoy adding ground flax seed for a little extra protein.
t days, fresh produce, and family trips. While there are easy snacks to grab off the grocery store shelf, it is always nice to be able to make a quick snack from your own kitchen. I made a list of 10 snacks that you can throw together faster than a popsicle melts on the sidewalk.
If you are like me, chocolate is a versatile (and delicious) pantry staple. Being lactose-intolerant can make it difficult to find chocolate chips that are smooth, decadent, AND friendly to my stomach.
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