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Party Planning Hack for the Holidays pumpkin pie recipe

Party Planning Hacks for the Holidays

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SamsungTargetTech #CollectiveBias ‘Tis the season for parties! While “it’s the most wonderful time of the year,” it can also be one of the busiest. Luckily, our party planning hacks for the holidays and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8… Read More


Pumpkin Trolls Kids Craft for Halloween or Fall

Pumpkin Trolls Kids Craft for Halloween or Fall

Whose kids also went crazy over Dreamworks’ Trolls movie? Forget a ballerina, the president, a teacher, or a professional soccer player, my three-year-old wants to be a troll when she grows up. So when it came time to decorate our Fall pumpkins, the only option really was to do a Pumpkin Trolls kids craft. These… Read More


Nautical Sailing Baby Shower Ideas

I had the honor of throwing a baby shower for my friend, Katie. She had a beautiful baby girl! With her nursery theme as a skiing, sailing, and travel theme, we thought it would be a fun idea to incorporate some of that into her baby shower. We settled on a adventure and sailing baby… Read More


Halloween Candy Table & Party Ideas

What better time to satisfy a sweet tooth than on Halloween?! Seriously, people just give you free candy. Put that candy to use or satisfy your family and friends candy cravings by hosting a party complete with a Halloween candy table and holiday decor! If you’re totally into candy but spooked out by what to… Read More


Beach Bag Essentials

Beach Bag Essentials

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #JumpIntoSummer #CollectiveBias As a former competitive swimmer and now mom, I’ve had to learn not only have to survive but thrive in my swimsuit and sandals. My daughter would seriously live at the beach if she could. When it… Read More


Personal Progress Motivational Handout Ideas

Personal Progress is a program designed to help young women cultivate feminine attributes, strengthen their testimonies, and reach their divine potential. It’s a beautiful process of discovering talents, knowledge, and life skills that will help them in the roles now and in the future as mothers. Personal Progress is broken down into 8 values: faith,… Read More


chicken pesto naan pizza recipe

Chicken Pesto Naan Pizza Recipe

Tired of eating the same three meals over and over for dinner? Then you’re going to want a pizza this! Not only is this savory, flavor-packed Chicken Pesto Naan Pizza recipe a welcome breath of fresh air, it only uses five simple ingredients and only takes nine minutes to cook! Basically, our Chicken Pesto Naan Pizza… Read More


15 Minute Romantic Dinner Menu for a Date-Night-In

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions for this romantic dinner menu are mine alone. #MangiaTonight #CollectiveBias I wanted to make a romantic dinner for me and my husband to enjoy, but we’ve got a little boy and babysitters in Seattle are as expensive as a dinner out to… Read More


Valentine’s Day Floats

Valentine’s Day floats are fun, sweet treats you can make for your Valentine’s Day party, your kids, your family, or your Valentine crush. Because making this for one or for many is very inexpensive, this treat is an easy way to say, “I love you!” And these pink, yummy Valentine’s Day floats will have everyone asking… Read More


How to Help Your Child Succeed [by Ashley LeBaron]

Helping Children Develop a Mindset for Success Children are very impressionable. Even the offhand comment can shape who they become. This can seem alarming to parents, but it is also a wonderful opportunity. As a parent, be deliberate and careful about how you talk to your children because it will influence how successful they become.… Read More