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Gingerbread Bars

Christmastime has me craving all things ginger and spice. I tried this recipe a few different ways, had about 4-5 folks recipe test with me, and unanimously landed on the simple fact that butter makes this recipe have the best texture and flavor. I mean, it’s butter. Who is gonna argue with butter. These bars...

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    When the Doer Doesn’t Do : A Postpartum Update

    I knew this was coming.  I could feel it in my busy little bones.  When a new baby enters into the world, the entire pace changes.  Let me clarify : the pace changes for the mom, but the hard part is it often does not change for the rest of the family.  This leaves the...

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      Fitness Apps I Use…

      I get questions daily on instagram asking my opinion over which apps to use or my opinions on each one, since I use a few different ones and actively post my workout routines for the day.  I quit my gym membership and haven’t looked back once!  Not only does this save me time (and gas...

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        Maple Blume – Luxury in a Box

        I’m so excited to share this beautiful Maple Blume box with you all!! Over the years, since switching to clean beauty, I have done several subscription boxes and the problems I have run into : 1) I usually only find 1 item or so that I like, which leaves me disappointed I spent the money....

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          Oven Baked Smores with Gluten-Free Homemade Graham Crackers

          Few things link you to childhood quite like a marshmallow-oozing gooey smore. As I was making these, I was immediately transported back to tall pines, bright stars, crickets chirping, and the smell of smoke. Growing up in the south, campfires and star-gazing was truly a part of my upbringing. And I miss it. It’s always...

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