Tips To Avoid A Lunch Packing Rut

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

The one aspect of any school year that I dread the most is packing lunches. I start the year off on a high note with plenty of momentum and good ideas. But about a month into the school year, I hit a wall. I run out of inventive ideas, and the creative juices stop flowing. But this year, I've vowed to stay out of the lunch packing rut that I so often fall into. Here are 3 ways I plan to do that:

1. Challenge myself to keep lunches healthy and creative
It's easy to throw individual bags of chips and cookies into your child's lunch box. But before you do, think about the lack of nutrients you are providing them. When I challenge myself to keep the packed lunches healthy, creative and fun, I am more motivated to pack them. I try to add a new food item or a fun note or treat every week. It gives me something to look forward to each week, and Harper loves getting a surprise in her lunch box. Check out my Pinterest board for some creative ideas for lunches.

Justin's recently introduced a snack pack that consists of wheat pretzels and a chocolate hazelnut butter blend for dipping. It's a fun treat that's healthy and kids love them. They are perfect for a sweet treat in the lunch box or for an in class treat.

Menu Plan Monday :: 8.29.2016

Monday, August 29, 2016
We are in the home stretch of summer vacation this week. One last hurrah before my daughters head back to school on September 7th. My sister Brenda is visiting us this week, and we are recovering from a week long vacation in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. So, please, bear with me this week. It's going to be a tough one. Between trying to ease back into the swing of things and gearing up for school, you may need to send in reinforcements!!

Here's what's on the menu this week.

Monday - Caprese chicken with a big old house salad. Change up your grilled chicken by adding tomatoes, basil, and fresh mozzerella. You'll never have plain grilled chicken again!

Tuesday - Bang bang shrimp pasta. This recipe was inspired by Bonefish Grill's signature shrimp dish, and it's delish! Think spicy shrimp scampi if you can't imagine what this will taste like.

Wednesday - Bowtie chicken Caesar salad. How can you make a Caesar salad even better? Add pasta to it, of course.

ThursdayPerfect potato soup. The weather is supposed to be rainy, so let's have soup! It's been a while since I've made soup, and I've had a craving for my fave potato soup.

Friday - Take out.

Saturday - Chicken enchiladas. This has to be one of the easiest and tastiest meals to prepare. I always buy a rotisserie chicken to make it even easier. I always make a few plain cheese enchiladas for those who may not prefer chicken. Just be sure to put toothpicks in the cheese ones so you know which ones they are.

Sunday - Crock-Pot pulled chicken sliders. If football is on the agenda today, then you'll want to make this. Super easy. Throw the ingredients in to the slow cooker and walk away!

What's on your plate this week? For more meal time inspiration, visit I'm An Organizing Junkie's Meal Plan Monday linkup.

To view all of my menu planning posts, click here. Visit my What's For DinnerPasta, and Soups On! Pinterest boards for even more ideas.


Banana Granola Pops

Friday, August 26, 2016
Tomorrow is National Banana Lovers Day! Bananas are one of my favorite fruits. Whether you eat them plain or bake with them or put them on a peanut butter sandwich, bananas are always tasty and nutritious.

To celebrate the day, we'll be making banana granola pops using one of our favorite granolas, Viki's Banana Walnut Granola. If you love bananas and haven't tried Viki's Banana Walnut Granola, what are you waiting for? It's the best!

Viki's Granola Banana Granola Pops

4 bananas
6 ounces dark chocolate chips or chunks
8 Popsicle sticks


1. Peel, cut bananas in half crosswise and insert Popsicle sticks.  Place on a parchment-lined tray, cover with plastic wrap and freeze for about 3 hours.

2. Place Viki's Banana Walnut Granola into a shallow dish.

3. Melt chocolate in a double boiler over slightly simmering water, over low heat, constantly stirring. Pour the chocolate into a tall glass.

4. Dip each banana into the chocolate and roll in the granola immediately. Place on a parchment-lined tray. Serve immediately or wrap individually in parchment paper or plastic wrap in the freezer.

Best Online Reads

Thursday, August 25, 2016

The ten stories from around the web that I'm loving this week:

1. Ten "Italian" dishes that don't exactly exist in Italy via The Local.

2. How complaining rewires your brain for negativity via Tiny Buddha.

3. Striking portraits show what people look like at 7 am versus 7 pm via Yahoo! Beauty.

4. A DIY paint chip calendar that's functional and super cute via Buzzfeed Nifty.

5. What a good diet should be via The Coveteur.

6. Seven things you should never pack when you travel via PureWow.

7. Could antibiotics spur type 1 diabetes in children? via HealthDay.

8. Why overplanning your vacation will make it seem shorter via Science of Us.

9. A drool-worthy hummus bar for your next book club gathering via What's Gaby Cooking.

10. Back to school survival guide to keep you organized and sane via Real Simple.

What We're Reading

Tuesday, August 23, 2016
A beach vacation isn't complete without a juicy beach read. We are currently spending the week in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, and we have come armed with plenty of excellent reading material.

Here's what we are reading while we sink our toes into the sand.

What I'm Reading: All Fall Down by Jennifer Weiner
A woman who seemingly has it all: a handsome husband, adorable daughter, thriving career, also has a dark secret. Can popping a Vicodin be all that bad? This book follows one woman's spiral down a path of addiction only to find her way back up again.

What Emma's Reading: The Lifeboat Clique by Kathy Parks

This novel has been described as Mean Girls meets The Life of Pi. It's filled with dark humor yet written in a fresh voice which makes for a very compelling and compulsive read. It's a story about surviving the most unthinkable circumstances (isn't that what teenagehood is all about?).

What Harper's Reading: The Babysitter's Club: Kristy's Great Idea by Raina Telgemeier

The Babysitter's Club series follows four girls who navigate the daily trials and tribulations of being babysitters and dealing with their families, school, and more. They are always heartwarming stories with a lesson to be learned.

What are you reading? Leave a comment to let me know!

Tips For Successful Road Trips With Kids


Summer road trips are the best! You get to spend some quality time with the little ones and visit some awesome places along the way. But one wrong move or a silly mistake can ruin all the fun. Here are a few simple ways to make your road trip enjoyable and unforgettable (in a good way!).

Wear Comfortable Clothes
Anyone traveling on a long journey should be dressed in loose-fitting, comfy clothes, whether you are the driver or a passenger. This doesn't necessarily mean putting the kids in the in their pajamas unless you are planning to travel at night without stopping much.

If your children are anything like my two, they will want to choose their own outfits. Just guide them towards a more comfortable option. My girls like leggings or gym shorts and a t-shirt. Bottoms with a stretchy waistband will make it a lot more comfortable to sit for a long time. It's a good idea to layer items of clothing, so it's easy for them to remove when they are too warm or too cool.

Do Not Forget The Car Seats
Making sure the kids are comfortable sitting in the back is essential for long car trips. If they aren't comfortable, you will definitely know about it a few miles into the trip.

For babies its essentials that you use a car seat for comfort and safety. Its best to pick one that you can use with a stroller, so it's easy to transfer baby from the car to the outside with the minimum of fuss. Read one of the most comprehensive reviews of the Chicco Keyfit 30, to get an idea of the specification that you should be looking for.

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Older kids that are still quite small will need a booster seat. This will allow them to see out the window and makes sure that their lap belt is placed correctly.

Even kids that don't need a car seat at all can appreciate a travel pillow so that they can sleep some of the most boring parts of the journey away.

Pack Snacks
A good supply of snacks and water is a must. It's better to take some healthy travel size items with you so that the kids won't ask for chips and candy at every gas station along the way.

Travel sizes are also good because they are portioned into small calorie amounts. This makes sure the kids are not too full when you do come to stop for a meal.

Bring Distractions
Long road trips = a recipe for quick boredom. A sticker or coloring book works well. Or you can download some movies and favorite TV shows on your mobile device and the let the kids watch those. Books and novels are also a great alternative to movies and coloring books as long as reading the car doesn't cause car sickness.

Fun Snack For Kids: Weather Report Sandwich

Monday, August 22, 2016
If food is fun, kids will eat it. Chances are if you create a tree out of broccoli florets, kids will gobble it up. My girls were never big sandwich eaters until I started to make their sandwiches fun. Cutting them into fun shapes and adorning them with decorations suddenly made sandwiches edible. Go figure!

This super-cute weather-themed snack is healthy and fun. Serve it for lunch or for a snack and watch your kids devour it. 


Ingredients and preparation:
  • Cut a slice of braided challah bread from the middle of the loaf.
  • Using a cookie cutter, shape a slice of orange cheddar cheese into a circle. Place it partly under the bread. Cut the remaining cheese into small triangles, and place them around the circle as the sun’s rays. 
  • Add blueberries as eyes and as rain falling from the cloud. 
  • Slice off the side of a red apple, then use a straw to punch out two circles of its skin for the cheeks.
  • Add a small piece of fruit leather for the smile.
This recipe appears courtesy of FamilyFun magazine. Pick up the latest edition for more recipes and fun ideas for your family.

Easy Entertaining: 15 Minute Puttanesca Bruschetta Recipe

Friday, August 19, 2016

One of the best ways to travel vicariously to a foreign country is through food. If you can't physically be there, why not at least enjoy the native foods of the country you'd love to visit? For me, the food of Italy is tops. The robust flavors of pasta dishes, salads, and seafood have the power to transport you to Italy in a heartbeat.


Friday Fresh Picks: Back To School Favorites

If you haven't yet started thinking about what your kids will need to head back to school, it's time to get on the ball. For most of us, the first day has already come and gone or is looming in the very near future. For my girls, the first day is still over 2 weeks away, but we've started shopping and have made a list of a few wants and must-haves.

We're sharing them in today's Friday Fresh Picks.

Let's talk locker accessories for a moment. They are HUGE! Emma was never really into them during her middle school years, but Harper already has a list going for next year when she'll go to the middle school. One of our favorite is this dry-erase pocket from Pottery Barn Teen. What a great way to corral essentials and give yourself daily reminders.

If you are going to deck out your locker, a chandelier is the best way to add glitz to it. I love this metallic chandelier from Target.

There are tons of backpacks on the market, but I've found that the older my girls are, the more difficult it is to find a backpack that is age appropriate. Now that Emma is moving on to high school, she wants a backpack that is a bit more grown up and less decorated. This backpack from Victoria's Secret is perfect for high schoolers.

For younger girls, Pottery Barn or Pottery Barn Teen have some super cute and affordable choices for backpacks. I just adore this French bulldog puppies backpack. Ahhh! It's just too cute!!

Back in my elementary school days, the metal lunch boxes with a matching Thermos were the big deal. (Yes, that's how old I am!!). Today, the options are so much cuter and most can be thrown into the washing machine for quick and easy cleanup. I don't know about your kids, but my youngest does a number on her lunch box every year.

This printed lunch box fromVineyard Vines is a bit pricey ($40), but seriously, how cute is it? I love the anchor print.

If you want to stick with a nautical theme, this whale print lunch bag available at Target is super cute. In fact, we bought this one for Harper for this year. I thought it looked very Vineyard Vines-ish but without the hefty price tag.

I've always been a fan of PackIt lunch boxes too. They have the ice packs built right into the lunch bag, and they are super easy to keep clean. They are also available in different sizes and a wide variety of colors and prints.

A pencil case is the one item you can count on to be on the supplies list from the teacher. There are soft ones, hard shell ones, and ones of varying sizes. This paisley-print one from L.L. Bean is a favorite.

 This Chevron print case is functional, colorful, and eye catching!

Thanks for checking out this week's Friday Fresh Picks. Swing by the rest of the FFP gals to see what they are loving this week.
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Best Online Reads

Thursday, August 18, 2016

The ten stories from around the web that I am loving this week:

1. Seven ways to mix patterns and prints in your wardrobe via Buzzfeed.

2. Funny tweets from parents who are ready for summer to be over via Babble.

3. What it's like to be celebrity's personal assistant via Refinery 29.

4. The most riskiest and dangerous selfies ever taken via BoredPanda.

5. One hundred years of wedding cakes in 2 minutes via Redbook magazine.

6. Enter to win this amazing, all expense-paid, 11-day trip to Italy via Mezzetta Foods.

7. Easy upgrades for IKEA furniture via Apartment Therapy.

8. The ultimate California Highway 1 road trip via Sunset.

9. Make this refreshing sangria punch before the end of summer via Kraft.

10. Three ways to turn your work space into desk goals via Cosmopolitan.

Must-See: "PARAMOUR" on Broadway

Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Whenever anyone asks me for recommendations for Broadway shows, I fall silent. Although I love seeing shows on Broadway, it's not one of those things that I do often or regularly. I usually go when a friend suggests we see a show or when a favorite celebrity has a limited engagement appearance in a show.

When I was invited to see Cirque du Soleil's PARAMOUR on Broadway, I was slightly intrigued. Hmmm. Cirque du Soleil + Broadway = ???. I wasn't sure what to expect. Would the show consist primarily of Cirque du Soleil's trademark acrobats and contortionists or would it be filled with the song and dance that makes Broadway famous?

I had seen only one other Cirque du Soleil show, "La Nouba" in the West Side at Disney Springs back in 1999. It was spectacular and awe-inspiring. I was certainly up for seeing another Cirque du Soleil show if it compared to "La Nouba".

Cirque du Soleil Paramour is a terrific summertime evening.
Bring the kids. Or, forget the kids – bring your personal trainer.”

- Cindy Adams, The New York Post

Emma, Harper, and I took a train into Manhattan last week to experience PARAMOUR. It didn't disappoint. The combination of singing and dancing that is typical Broadway combined with acrobatics, flipping, and flying that is typical of Cirque du Soleil were a feast for our eyes. There were moments that took our breath away and others where we held our breath in suspense.

PARAMOUR takes place during the Golden Age of Hollywood and is a tale about a budding young actress who is forced to make a choice between love and her theatrical art. The story is set to eye-popping acrobatics and glorious music and dance that hold you captive for two hours.

When the show first started, I was a bit confused as to how and why it was associated with Cirque du Soleil as it was very heavy on singing and dancing. But soon after the first scene, it was obvious that "Paramour" is most definitely a Cirque du Soleil show. We loved everything from the gymnasts and jugglers to the singers and dancers.

I enjoyed how seamlessly the circus acts were weaved into the show. For us, they provided the real entertainment. The love story was somewhat predictable from the beginning. You could have guessed how it would turn out. So, we were always looking forward to the next acrobatic moves and feats.

If you are in search of a Broadway show that's a bit different from any you've ever seen, get tickets to see PARAMOUR. It's both impressive and exciting and perfect for all ages. Because of the fast past and awesome feats, children will be especially enthralled.

PARAMOUR is currently playing at the Lyric Theatre. For showtimes and ticketing information, visit Ticketmaster.

You can also find more information about PARAMOUR on social media:

Disclosure: I received complimentary tickets to see PARAMOUR. All opinions are my own.

Foolproof Ways To Become an Early Bird

Tuesday, August 16, 2016
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Whether you’re a busy mom or dad, a student, or something else entirely, mornings may not be your friend. Instead, you might well and truly label yourself a night owl, and be of the firm belief that you’ll never be an early bird.

This, however, is simply not true. I was once a night owl, but no longer. I can't say it was entirely easy to make the switch, but now that I have, I feel so much better and get more accomplished in a day's time. A lot of it depends on your own personal habits, and what you have programmed your body to do. As a result, this means that with a little hard work, you can totally turn this around!

Here are a few tips to get started:

Routine is King!
Most of us operate much better when we are in a routine. Establishing a routine is the best way to instruct your body to wake up early. And, the more your body wakes up early, the easier it will become. So, when you set an alarm, stick to it. Don’t rely on the snooze button. In fact, don’t use it at all! Keep the routine going on the weekends. You might know it's your day off work, but your body doesn’t! Lying in for an hour or more will reverse the hard work you’ve been doing training your body clock.

Of course, part of the success of sticking to an early morning wake up call is to get to bed at a reasonable time the following evening.

Get Your Fuel Early
Start your day with breakfast of some kind whether it's solid food or liquid such as a protein drink or smoothie. I'm not usually hungry first thing in the morning, so I like to start with tea. There is no one best way to get nutrition in you early in the day. Do what works for you.? Get your fix before breakfast, or at breakfast, so it gets to work early on. This way, you’ll feel less sluggish and rough first thing.

As an alternative to coffee, I like matcha tea, which has 10X the power of normal green tea. It's green tea in powder form, and you can drink it a variety of ways.  If you're looking for something more along the lines of a protein drink, everyone loves Milo chocolate drinks. They come with nutrients and several vitamins too.

Awake to a Sun Light
It's much easier to be a morning person in the summer months when the sun rises at 5:00 am. However, once fall and winter hit, it's a different ball game. The spring and summer months, I rise naturally with the sun. But in late autumn and winter, you won’t get to experience this. As a result, supplementing with an alternative such as Sun Lights can be beneficial to giving you an easy early start. Sun Lights are also sometimes referred to as SAD lights, as they assist with Seasonal Affective Disorder. Alternatively, there are also alarm clocks that wake you by slowing brightening over the course of an hour or more.

Before long you'll be a morning person and your days as a night owl will be a distant memory.

Bad Housekeeping Habits To Avoid

Even those of us who aren’t slobs have a tendency to fall into bad housekeeping habits from time to time. Life gets busy and time slips away from us making it easy to let tidying up slide. Here’s a quick list of common bad housekeeping habits and how to avoid falling into a bad pattern.

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Electrical Cables Abound
We all too reliant on modern technology these days? It's evolution, and nothing is likely to change anytime soon. There’s no denying that the average home has a lot more electrical equipment than might be safe for it. We have laptops, desktops, monitors, televisions, games consoles, mobile phones. They all need to be plugged into outlets for hours at a time. We’re often using them all at once.

Menu Plan Monday :: 8.15.2016

Monday, August 15, 2016
How is it possible that it's the middle of August? Wasn't it just the 4th of July? No, seriously. I'm just going to sit here in a state of denial while you all go about the rest of August. In the meantime, here's what's on the menu this week.

Monday - Poblano corn quesadillas. We are keeping it super simple tonight because our afternoon is busy. Harper has an orthodontist appointment, and I'll be attending a wake. When I return home, the last thing I want to do is go crazy with dinner. So, these quesadillas it is!
Photo credit: What's Gaby Cooking

Support Team USA with P&G Products #LetsPowerTheirDreams

Sunday, August 14, 2016
This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/P&G. All opinions are my own.

Now that Emma and Harper are 14 and 10, respectively, and can fully grasp the importance of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, we've been having the time of our lives watching the Olympic Games this summer. 

Initially, I figured the girls would be interested in watching gymnastics only since it's the sport that they participate in and love. But I've been pleasantly surprised by how much they are enjoying watching other sports, especially men's and women's swimming and women's volleyball.

We've been checking out the schedule each morning for the night's competitions and planning our nights around the events that we want to watch. I love how the girls are getting so involved in watching the Olympic Games and have genuinely taken in interest in various sports and learning about the athletes.

We've been obsessed with watching women's gymnastics. My girls have been doing gymnastics for years, so it's only natural that this is their favorite Olympic sport. They love watching Gabby Douglas come back for a second time around. They've been following her career since the Olympics in 2012 in London. I love that Emma and Harper get to see two returning Olympians on the women's gymnastics team, including Gabby Douglas. It's proof that the hard work pays off and age isn't a factor. Skill and talent beat age.

Gymnastics is more than a physical sport. It's a mental one as well. The mental discipline of the sport has helped the girls in other areas of their lives. Gymnastics has helped them develop good time management skills and has helped them to remain focus while doing homework or household chores. Gymnastics has also fostered their competitive spirit and has also helped them become good sports. They accept loss with grace, and appreciate every win as if it's their first.

For practices and competitions, the girls wear leotards. With full legs exposed, it's best to be clean shaven. Our razor of choice is Venus® Swirl Razor. It helps capture all the spots that other razors miss, and it navigates the tricky areas such as ankles and knees easily.

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Has your family been watching the Olympic Games? What has been your favorite sport?

This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/P&G. All opinions are my own.

Friday Favorites

Friday, August 12, 2016
This week flew by. After catching up from our weekend in Washington, D.C. (think tons of laundry, and grocery shopping) to a day trip to New York City, this week seems to have been a whirlwind. I'm grateful for a slow weekend which includes my great niece's birthday party to get our bearings before it's time to pack up and head out next week for a week in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.

Here are a few of my favorites from the week.

I discovered this song by Brendan James (whose music I love) on Pandora this week, and not only do I absolutely love the song, but I love the message.


Best Online Reads

Thursday, August 11, 2016

The ten stories from around the web that I am loving this week:

1. Nineteen of the best hotel pools in the world via Harper's Bazaar.

2. How to answer the hardest job interview question via My Domaine.

3. The 50 must-eat foods in America's top cities via Thrillist.

Back To School Shopping at The Mills At Jersey Gardens

Tuesday, August 9, 2016
There's no denying it now. Back to school season is in full swing, and it's time to shop. There's no better place to get all your back to school essentials than at The Mills at Jersey Gardens. After all these years, I finally have it figured out. One stop shopping is the BEST! The Mills at Jersey Gardens is one stop for EVERYTHING!

I was recently invited to attend a back to school blogger event at The Mills at Jersey Gardens hosted by Corine from Complicated Mama. In addition to getting the latest scoop on back to school trends, we had a chance to browse the mall in search of the all the incredible deals and back to school specials. We didn't have to look too far. The bargains are everywhere!

With Corine and Carly

Menu Plan Monday :: 8.8.2016

Monday, August 8, 2016
After an indulgent weekend spent in Washington, D.C., it's time to get back to healthy eating this week. Too many iced lattes and not enough salads, but it was totally worth it! We had a great time exploring The National Zoo and The White House area...and sampling the food scene along the way.

Here's what's on our plates this week:

Monday - Vegetarian taco salad. Continuing with our meatless Mondays, this vegetarian taco salad is perfect when you're not in the mood for tacos, but you want all the fixings (extra avocado, please!).
Photo credit: Yummy Mummy Kitchen

3 Signs You're A Crazy Cat Lady #MyGreatCat

Friday, August 5, 2016

I am unapologetically a crazy cat lady. I eat, sleep, and breathe cats. My cats, Sam and Jade, are everything! They are the sweetest little fur balls. What I love most about them is how different their personalities are. Sam (the tabby) is our rambunctious one. He's full of energy and incredibly vocal and clever. Jade is our docile one. She's aloof and wants attention on her terms only, a typical cat.
Sam and Jade
They are perfect in their own ways, and I wouldn't trade them for anything.

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Can you tell I'm 100% crazy cat lady? I am, and I wholeheartedly admit it. In fact, I'm completely proud of it. Can you tell?

You might be a crazy cat lady if...

1. You go to a party and end up hanging out with the host's cats.
Yep. That's where you can usually find me. I have to admit that cats have a way of seeking me out. I'm like a magnet for cats.

2. You have more cat-related t-shirts than any other type of tees.
And you actually wear them! Right here. This girl. I wore a cat t-shirt recently to go walking one morning when we were camping. I think my sister thought I was joking, but we crazy cat ladies know that I wasn't.

3. You feed your cats better than you feed yourself.
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