—Motivation for Modern Moms—
I stand for this pesto. Both kale and walnuts are superfoods and rich in the omega-3s….but the best part for me is that it can be ready in less than 10 minutes!
It took me 5 years to learn how to cornrow. I always imagined that she’d just rock an afro, or some version of a wash and go style…maybe a twist out? I learned early on that we needed a more protective style to keep her hair healthy and promote growth.
Don’t give up on your floral prints for fall and winter! Florals don’t always have to be girly and pastel—and they don’t have to be worn exclusively in the spring and summer either.
Last month Cam had the opportunity to model for our dear friend and editor Katie Holdefehr of Real Simple Magazine. A incredibly talented artist, stylist and crafter, Katie created the ideas for the Halloween costumes featured in their story on Literary Inspired Halloween Costumes . Below, a DIY costume for one of our favorite characters…..the mouse from If You Give A Mouse A Cookie by Laura Numerof!
Shake up your breakfast and try out these oatmeal recipes. I’m always looking for ways to add a new twist to an old staple. Plain oatmeal, while packed with nutrients, can become monotonous in the breakfast routine. The three recipes below are easy ways to add an extra layer of nutrition and vitamins to your family’s meals without sucking too much time out of already busy mornings.
Not only are they healthy and delicious, they all take under 10 minutes….breakfast in a flash. Go, Superstar!
Simmer, puree, and serve! I make this fresh, creamy soup at least once a month. It’s quick (under 30 minutes!) and like all my recipes, freezes well for future meals and packs well into thermos lunches for the week. Multifunctional meals to the rescue!
PHOTO CREDIT: The Awesome Green