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Being able to keep up with two active kids can be a daunting task…from dropping them off to after school clubs or to playdates can be a bit overwhelming but it doesn’t have to be so hard..and here’s why. ...

There are tons of apps that are able to document your life.  And while some are useful, most are just time consuming and downright confusing. And who has the time to figure out which are which? As a social media influencer, I am always on the hunt for the quick and easy way to share my daily ancedonts so when I found Dripthat I was hooked. Dripthat is a new app that allows you to share photos and videos when you want ­­all at once or over a specified time ­­ with who you want: the entire world or with private groups. Dripthat...

When it comes to developing strong lean muscles incorporating protein into your diet is essential.  According to online medical studies, adults in the U.S. are encouraged to get 10% to 35% of their day’s calories from protein foods. That’s about 46 grams of protein for women, and 56 grams of protein for men. Are your getting that much? ...

Kale is everywhere—in juices, smoothies, salads, and everyone is talking about. Are you curious about what Kale is and why it’s so good? Kale is a dark leafy green vegetable; it is a similar vegetable to cabbage, with green or purple leaves. It can be eaten raw, steamed, sautéed, blanched, baked, and even added to a smoothie or juice! Kale provides the body with fiber and chlorophyll, both of which support the body’s natural detoxification efforts. Fiber binds with toxins and other undesirables in your digestive...

If you are looking for 30 minute or less recipes for the entire family or for meals that embodies clean eating, then be sure to check out Taylor Walker Fit.  Up on her blog is a yummy and easy recipe that includes my two favorite   Kale and Mangos, Kale and Mango Salad with Red Wine Vinaigrette. Per Serving: Calories 269; Total Fat 17 grams; Saturated Fat 2.5 grams;...

This is a review in partnership with The Niche Parent Network & Conference. All opinions are my own. Exactly what the doctor ordered just in time for flu season…a warm, delicious bowl of soup.  So long before the “Soup Nazi” Seinfeld episode, The Original SoupMan, Al, had lines out the door at Al’s Legendary NYC store located in the...

Before I had children I never had to worry about what I was going to have for breakfast or for a quick snack.  I worked in midtown Manhattan and there was a huge selection for me to choose from at anytime of the day.  Unfortunately, once you have a 4 year old, a 1 year old, and a husband, the days of not thinking ahead about meals is a luxury you really can’t afford.  If you aren’t careful you end up at the drive-thru more than you should, you skip meals, or you get stuck in a routine that makes meal time boring.  Let’s...

As a mom on the go, it can be hard coming up with meal ideas for the entire family, but thanks to my partnership with Kellogg’s® I can now share meals that are not only tasty, but perfect for making your day to day that much easier.  In the coming weeks, I will be sharing with you great start tips from Team Kellogg’s® on how to keep your family going in 2014, from ways to exercise to creative snack packers. So stay tuned for my first scheduled post next Wednesday featuring Kellogg’s® no-fuss products that...

We live in a convenient world. It is easy to settle on a “value” meal at a fast food restaurant simply because we are too tired to cook or we want to give the children a reward. Our country is plumping up compared to the rest of the world because of our ability to make any food look and taste good, although it is slowly killing us. If you don’t want your child to suffer from physical complications later in life, you need to be responsible and put your foot down now. How can you reduce the odds of your...

Eggs are not just for decorating during Easter, its a great source of protein and is delish…So, why not wow your family with these egg-cellent egg recipes that I found from across the web.  ...

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