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3 Reasons to Power Up Your School Routine with Breakfast

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From toddlers to teens, breakfast is the foundation for starting the day ready to learn. Parents, breakfast can be a simple meal. Most important is to join your kids at the table. Whether you’re headed back to school or off to work, better days begin with a balanced breakfast.…

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Recipe: Fall Chicken and Bean Soup With a Kick

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I love cooking in my slow cooker. There is nothing like coming home from picking kids up from school, working on homework, and looking over to see dinner all ready to go in my crock pot. Not to mention the fact that everything comes out so yummy! To celebrate…

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Decorating Brown Bags – Custom Lunch Looks any Mom Can Make!

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Even if you only have a few extra minutes in the morning, you can create fun lunches for your child by decorating their brown paper bags with custom designs. You don't need a pantry filled with miniature cookie cutters or gourmet bento boxes. With a sharpie, glue stick, and…

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Sweet Recipe: Pretzel & Peanut Butter Overload Bars

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Sweet-and-salty treats have been my weakness lately. When sharing this fact with friends, I have learned that this is a weakness shared by many. I have been snacking on way too many caramel pecan pretzels lately! I recently set out to create peanut butter cookie bars. I happened to glance…

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Emotional Eating: How to Shift From “Out-of-Control” to an Empowered Eater

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We all eat emotionally sometimes. After all, there is a powerful connection between food and love that begins at the breast—it’s literally hardwired into us. Not to mention the conditioning we all received when given a food treat to make things “all better” when we were little. Naturally, we are…

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