January 2013

If you are looking for a little inspiration, Grammy nominated artist Jeremy Camp has it for you. The title track single from his upcoming album Reckless is beautiful and inspirational. Camp will release his new […]


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Friday, February 1st, 2013 marks the 10th annual National Wear Red Day, a day dedicated to raising awareness that heart disease is the #1 killer of women and promoting women’s heart health. Show your support […]

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Superbowl Sunday is this weekend and most families I know will be attending or hosting their own party. The guys and gals will get together with lots of great food and competitive spirit as they root for […]


Hello, friends! I am happy to be here as one of 5 Minutes For Mom’s new food contributors and I look forward to getting to know you all. I blog over at Accustomed Chaos and […]


Is your home safe, or are cabinets filled with dangerous substances?  Top makers of household products are working to reduce unsafe chemicals in popular home and body products. One of the most important things you can […]

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Wordless Wednesday

My brave girl got nine staples in her head this week! Olivia never stops bouncing. I call her Tigger. This week, my little girl who never stops moving, gashed open her head while playing in […]


I grew up eating pretty basic home cooked food. The only foods made in our kitchen that could even remotely be considered “ethnic” foods were spaghetti and enchiladas. It wasn’t until I moved out on […]


If you’re anything like me, coffee is the only thing that separates you from a sack laying on the floor. My body is artificially awake 24/7.  America just doesn’t run on Dunkin, my whole body […]


Do you decorate or do things up big for Valentine’s Day? The day usually sneaks up our family (I know, it’s not like the stores and commercials aren’t full of reminders the minute Christmas is […]


Our family has never been the budget friendly type. Impulse purchases and energy directed on things that are not priorities have left us with very little savings. Our bills are paid each month, our credit […]