10 Lessons I've Learned From My Toddler

“While we try to teach our children all about life, Our children teach us what life is all about.”  Angela Schwindt #1 Move More Have you ever noticed how toddlers never seem to stop moving? My daughter is always climbing, running, dancing and exploring. She is so eager to to get up in the morning…

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Eco Friendly Valentine's Gift List

Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate love! This is such a beautiful thing to me. However, I don’t love all the consumerism and waste that comes from the holiday. I believe there is a way to share and celebrate your love while also loving and protecting mother earth. I wanted to put together a…

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Almond Milk DIY

If you’ve seen my post about about making your own DIY Oat Milk (find it here) then you know that I love to make my own milk because it is quick, easy, budget friendly and reduces waste. All of which are super important to me! I love to make oat milk because it is the…

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Elderberry syrup

Elderberry Syrup I have always been one to do things a little unconventionally and considered myself to be pretty natural minded. It wasn’t until I became a mom that I really started researching every little thing and went full blown “crunchy mom.” Turns out what I had considered natural before was mostly misguided and hadn’t…

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5 Eco Friendly Resolutions

Happy New Year and welcome to a new decade! I am not usually someone who sets new years resolutions. I am a firm believer that with any new goal, “There is no time like the present!” Why wait for a new day to start bettering yourself and crushing goals when you can simply start today!…

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Easy Scrap Veggie Broth

If you’ve been following me for a while then you know I am a big fan of anything that can save me money and is also good for the environment. For the longest time I had this idea of making my own veggie broth, but I put it off because I thought it was this…

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Christmas Sensory Bin

I am stepping up my “mom game” this holiday season by incorporating tons of themed activities. Sensory bins are a perfect way to create themed play, and no child can resist the urge to dig there hands into one. I’m willing to bet most adults wouldn’t even be able to resist the urge to play…

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Felt Christmas Tree

DIY Felt Christmas Tree Tutorial With Free Printable Template This year I will have a 19 month old for Christmas! (I’m not sure where all that time went.) She is learning new things daily and constantly surprising us with her personality and intelligence. That’s why this year I decided to focus more of my attention…

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Toddler Stocking Stuffers

I thought it would be fun to put together a list of stocking stuffer ideas for toddlers..and I was right! I did have a lot of fun coming up with this list, that I believe is practical and kids will love! I’m personally not a fan of items that will be played with for a…

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Christmas Bucket List

This year I am determined to have the best, most Christmas-y Christmas EVER. That’s why I created this Christmas bucket list with all the things that I think make Christmas extra special! Things like drinking warm hot chocolate, singing along to Michael Bublé, baking cookies and wearing matching holiday pajamas! (See my post here for…

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