My middle daughter turned 13 this past week and we celebrated with a Secret Garden inspired Planty Party. My girl is slightly obsessed with succulents…growing them, drawing them, and enjoying them. Every time we go to a garden store, we have to stroll slowly down the succulent aisle to see what’s new. We don’t do parties every year for…

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Low Carb Snacks

I was really hoping that my Cowboys would make it back to the Super Bowl this year and I could celebrate with a party. While I’ll still watch the big game, I’ll be comforting myself with healthy party foods that any guest would love, even if they’re not counting their carbs. Here are 27 healthy snacks that…

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Quest for Arete

Science is a mystery. Often, we find ourselves intimidated by certain fields of study because they are mysterious. It’s almost as if the subject is beyond understanding because it is so mysterious. Playing with science is a great way to help your students unlock the mysteries. When they do, they’ll feel like they’ve discovered a…

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Thank you Medieval Times and USFG for hosting our family’s trip to Medieval Times Dallas. All opinions are my own. The holiday season has begun, and our family kicked off our traditional giving of our “presence” together with an incredible dinner packed with sword fights, horse tricks, and evil villains to entertain us. We are…

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Gift giving can be challenging, especially for that person that seemingly has everything. When I’m trying to find a perfect gift, I like to think of things that will foster a continued love of things they’re already interested in. There are so many great kitchen tools that make great gifts for the person in your…

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