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Does Your Oatmeal have Glyphosate?

Does Your Oatmeal have Glyphosate?

 I recently partnered* with One Degree Organics Brand to play with their varieties of unflavored oats in the kitchen and noticed that they promote their products as being glyphosate residue free. Wait, hold up. Do you mean I’ve been eating oats with glyphosate? Sadly, yes!…

Dog Sweater Knitting Patterns for Fall

Dog Sweater Knitting Patterns for Fall

Do you know how to knit or are you learning this summer? Now is a GREAT time to find a knitting pattern for a Fall Dog Sweater & get knitting! Once a pattern is completed, additional sweaters are usually easier to make, so why not…

Farmstand Hydroponic Review by BoredMom

Farmstand Hydroponic Review by BoredMom

I’m not going to lie. The Lettuce Grow hydroponic farm stand is pricey and you’ll have to grow lots of veggies, herbs, and flowers on it in order to make sense of the price. However, hands-on, this is the EASIEST and fastest way to grow your own produce. The nutrient and consistent water schedule juices up the plants and because everything is off-ground and running on a hydroponic water system, everything is CLEAN. However, you should also be warned about the cons before making such a big investment with a cringey pricetag!
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BioKult Probiotics Review

BioKult Probiotics Review

I’ve recently had the opportunity to test the Bio-Kult products and as I had a trip to Costa Rica planned, what better way to test out probiotics than while traveling? Traveling often means complete digestive chaos for me as I get dehydrated on planes plus…

Low Sugar Gatsby Chocolate Review

Low Sugar Gatsby Chocolate Review

As a fan of low sugar Halo Top ice cream, I was super excited to try the new GATSBY Chocolate created by the same Halo Co-Founder. GATSBY touts that it is the lowest-calorie chocolate bar on the market, but how does it taste?

Foods to Try in Costa Rica

Foods to Try in Costa Rica

 

We just got back from a phenomenal trip to Costa Rica complete with jungle hikes, close-up wildlife encounters, and lots of yummy local food. As it’s so lush and green in Costa Rica, lots of fruits and vegetables are grown in every town, so it’s easy to eat local. (more…)

Tips to Survive the College Application Process

Tips to Survive the College Application Process

  If your student is a Junior, you’re in luck – you have plenty of time to get everything ready for applications senior year. But make no mistake, the process starts Junior year! Do not wait! Here are some tips for Junior and Senior students…

Cleansing the Air I breathe with the portable FEND Device

Cleansing the Air I breathe with the portable FEND Device

I have flown more times in the past two years than I have in my whole life. With a daughter going to school across the country & a new business venture back East, we have traversed the country many times racking up numerous hours in…

Vegetarian Bibimbap with Nasoya’s Plantspired Steak

Vegetarian Bibimbap with Nasoya’s Plantspired Steak

 

As we eat primarily a plant-based diet, I get SO excited when new meat alternatives come out. Nasoya asked if I would like to try out their new Nasoya’s Plantspired Steak and I could not help but respond back with a resounding YES YES YES!

I received the Korean BBQ Flavored Nasoya’s Plantspired Steak to try out, so I made a vegetarian Bibimbap under the guidance of my daughter as she absolutely loves Korean food. (more…)