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25+ Valentine’s Day Ideas & Giveaway!

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Posted: January 23rd, 2015

I love Valentine’s Day. I find it hard not to like a holiday where chocolate is king and people share their mushy feelings with one another. It’s a time for love and I love it! Besides, the décor is pretty cute, too.

Now, because I love Valentine’s Day I go all out. I’m talking decorations, cards, candy, food…the works! It’s basically a major holiday for me. I’d like to point out that I’ve always been this way – regardless of whether I have a romantic someone to share the day with. Valentine’s Day is a day to be celebrated with someone you love, be it your significant other, your parents, your children, your furry friends…you get the idea!

Since I love Valentine’s Day so much, I thought I’d share some of my favorite ideas for making your Valentine’s Day the most amazing day ever. (By the way, make sure to read all the way through for a chance to win an awesome Valentine’s Day package!) Continue reading

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Comforting Foods to Lift Your Mood

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Posted: January 9th, 2015

Call me crazy, but I believe food has magical emotional healing powers. No really, I do! When I’m down in the dumps, you’ll see me reaching for my favorite comforting dishes. Certain foods just bring me relief and elevate my mood. Some days all I need is a decadent chocolate dessert. While other days, nothing cheers me up like tomato soup and a gooey grilled cheese. Honestly, it’s a bit unbelievable how my diet and emotional well-being are so closely tied. So, I guess it’s a good thing I’ve figured out my comfort food cures!

What do you think of when you hear comfort food? Personally, I immediately see and taste a creamy chicken pot pie, but it’s different for everyone. I’d say any food that consistently puts a smile on your face is a comforting food. For some people it’s a sweet treat while others prefer the coziness of savory dishes.

Check out some of my favorite comfort foods. They really know how to turn my mood around!

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14 Ways to Eat Healthy in the New Year

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Posted: January 5th, 2015

Can you believe it’s already 2015? Last year just flew right on by! The start of the new year symbolizes a fresh start. It’s a time for you to put your bad habits to the wayside and resolve to accomplish new goals.

One of the most common New Year’s resolutions is to adopt a healthier lifestyle through more exercise, more sleep, and a health-conscious diet. If you’ve resolved to eat lighter in 2015, then we’ve got some great recipes to help keep you on track!

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Healthy Living Giveaway

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Posted: January 1st, 2015

Are you feeling a little stuffed now that the holiday season is over? Have you resolved to eat healthier in the New Year? Well, you’re not alone! Every year thousands of people make it their goal to eat better. Unfortunately, many of us get off track because we’re not sure what we can eat, when we should eat it, or what else we should do to stay healthy.

Well, we want to help you out! We’re giving you a chance to win something that’ll help keep you healthy and in shape.

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Top 10 Recipes on our Naughty List

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Posted: December 22nd, 2014

Santa is quite the organized man. You’d have to be if you had only a few hours to deliver presents to millions of kids all over the world. Perhaps Santa’s method of organization has gotten more sophisticated, involving spreadsheets and color coding, but at the heart of it all, he divides children into two lists: naughty and nice.

While it’s the nice kids that earn our love and admiration, if we were to apply the “naughty vs. nice” principle to our recipes, we’d go straight for the naughty. After all, the holiday season is the one time of year where you don’t have to feel too guilty about indulging. Come check out the top 10 recipes we have on our naughty list this year!

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