Finally fall has arrived in LA. We head to the library to gather books to read on this beautiful transition and take to nature to find fall inspired crafts. Over the weekend we made a leaf garland and read Leaves Fall by Loretta Holland.
We live in a society of consumerism. Social media platforms have formed this false sense of self need, want, desire. In turn leaving us full of comparison, judgement and resentment. On top of this we have the reality we live in which also can bring us into this negative space. We all need a daily dose of gratitude, to gain perspective and to be thankful for all that we have inside and out.
Mama's are you listening? Self care is an all time must and it begins with diet. Life is busy but reaching for bad carbs and your kiddos left overs is not gaining you any health points. Today Hannah Guthman shares five fabulous snack recipes to get your mouth watering and your eyes popping. Reset and dig in.
Reading used to be time well spent; rewarding, enjoyable and educational. Our minds would open and be stimulated. Nowadays our generation is turning to social media as a form buying time. Reading feels more like a chore than a pleasant moment. I love to read, so I have had to figure out how to bring this discipline back in to my life even when I feel like there arn't enough hours in the day!
How do your week day mornings look like? Is it chaotic, rushed and full of meltdowns? We try to have a routine which can make those morning grumps turn into a smooth and swift transition. This is what our morning looks like, it is not always as perfect as this but we aim to stick to it because the reward is worth it.
Let you imagination take you away with this sweet bed time story by Emily Winfield. Books unlock so many wonderful possibilities and create a unique one on one bonding experience with your child. I am excited to share our sweet collection with you, I had to start with the dreamiest of dreamy books
That warm smell of freshly baked bread is probably one of my favorite kitchen smells. Baking bread does not need to be complicated, it can be fun and become part of your weekly rhythm with the family. I share with you the easiest recipe out there, you shall not be disappointed!
Spring is the new season of beginnings. Fresh buds bloom, animals awaken and the earth seems to come to life again. Nature is not the only thing blossoming during this special season! Your children are feeling this energy too, they are growing in their own ways. Are you finding your little one to be more precocious, weepy, irritable, bouncing off the walls and not sleeping? This is normal, it is just spring!
Let us start this journey together by sharing something simple. An everyday morning recipe, where the kids can help out. It is one step removed from milking a cow and it's dairy free!