Father's Day Fishing

Every year my kids always want to know what I want to do for Father’s Day, but we end up doing the same thing – it never changes. I love fishing. It’s one of those things I can do and totally relax. Typically, I can escape from anything that is stressing me out or that I need to [...]

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Thanks Mom -- For All Those Chocolate Chip Cookies And Everything Else

Chocolate Chip Cookies are a family go to. Do you make chocolate chip cookies for Mother’s Day? Probably not, but those chewy center, crispy rim and chocolatey bursts in every bite definitely remind me of my lovely mother. Chocolate chip cookies is one of the first things I ever baked with my mum when I was little. Helping [...]

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Gluten-Free Salmon Cake Recipes For Celiac Awareness Month

It’s soon to be May and we are very excited to celebrate Celiac Awareness month with the Celiac Disease Foundation and the Beyond Celiac Foundation. Celiac Disease is a “genetic autoimmune disorder where the ingestion of gluten leads to damage in the small intestine”. What this means is that when people with celiac consume gluten their immune response attacks the small [...]

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ECO-Friendly Egg Dyeing

Something we do with the kids every year when Easter is around the corner is dye eggs. I used to do it every year with my mother and siblings. The process of dipping, drawing and painting to create the most colorful, little ovals for our dining table center piece was such a delight. Although, cleaning up afterwards wasn’t received [...]

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Missed Spots When Spring Cleaning

Spring has finally made it and we couldn’t be more thrilled. We really haven’t had a rough winter in the Northeast, compared to the monstrosity that happened two years ago, but we're excited for fresh, happy growth that spring brings. So many beautiful plants sprouting up and blossoming. Spring is one of the best times of the year, because [...]

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25 Hysterical NFL Fan Superstitions

Everyone is gearing up for the 2017 Super Bowl. Whether you’re hosting a party, going to a party or sitting at home in your lucky chair it’s gonna be a good one. Let’s talk about that lucky chair though. Superstitions are interesting - but do they actually work? Maybe. Do they work all the time? Who knows. But we [...]

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20 Next Level Guacamole Recipes For The Superbowl

The superbowl is fastly approaching, so preparations around it need to be at least be thought about. It’s hard to know exactly what is best, easiest and most delicious to serve or not serve. Appetizers are one thing that is a must. They are so practical and make sense for munching on throughout the entire duration of the big [...]

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6 New England Family Winter Events

Winter in New England has been quite mild. We had a couple small snow storms that have covered the ground with soft, white, fluffy stuff, but other than that we’ve been wearing coats one day and t-shirts the next. The temperature has been jumping around on us - its in the 50’s and then it's back under freezing. Personally, [...]

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5 Ways to Cleanse Your Body and Mind

Happy 2017! Another year goes by and a new exciting year awaits filled with adventures and opportunities. There is quite different responses to the New Year and those knotted resolutions that come with it. So many of us shy away from the idea of resolutions or simply find it foolish. However, we LOVE the idea. The idea to renew. [...]

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Holiday Traditions

We used to celebrate the Holiday’s at my Grandparents house. All 20 of us would take lanes, trains and automobiles from across the country to pile in one house for a weekend of love and laughter. Nothing can top all the home cooked plates, cheeses and exceptional sweets we’d indulge in for the days during and afterwards - woops. [...]

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