The Secret Formula to Get and Stay Fit

January 6th, 2015

The Secret Formula to Get and Stay Fit

This is a guest post by Abbi Pollyea for the m challenge series.

It is a new year, and with it comes an opportunity to start fresh and perhaps create some positive change in our lives. One of the most popular New Yearʼs Resolutions is the one that goes like this, “Iʼm going to get in the best shape of my life this year!”

The fitness industry as a whole blows up in January. Gym memberships are up, fitness dvd sales are high, and fitness classes everywhere are full. As a fitness instructor, I love this special time of year as I get to meet many new potential clients and share in their enthusiastic energy. I attempt to encourage all new students with words of empowerment in the hopes that they will find passion in movement and fully commit to an exercise program. Unfortunately, however, January comes to an end and numbers in classes start to go down. By the end of February, many of the new people that I hoped I would get to know as regulars, have stop attending classes altogether.

New healthy habits are simply hard to permanently implement into our lives and it can be easy to fall back into old routines that are comfortable and not challenging. There needs to be a driving source of motivation that exists from within in order to fully commit to a fitness program. It is my intent to help you find this motivation and use it on a regular basis to help keep you moving!

I have created a simple formula that will help make your fitness resolutions attainable. The formula is as follows:

The Secret Formula to Get and Stay Fit

(A source of INSPIRATION) + (A type of MOVEMENT that you LOVE) + (A COMMITMENT to yourself) = A new found PASSION and COMMITMENT for fitness and health

For the initial part of this formula, (INSPIRATION), I am going to share a brief version of my journey into fitness. I am hoping that some of these words and themes will be relatable to those who have struggled with similar situations.

The Secret Formula to Get and Stay Fit

As a child, I was drawn to gymnastics and dance. I loved each sport with such passion and was a natural at both. Adolescence proved hard for me however, and my late teen years were extremely rocky. I gave up both beloved sports and without a passion to direct my energy, I floundered my way through high school, putting on weight and taking poor care of myself. Luckily, I made it through somewhat in tact, fell in love with a great,great man, had a baby, got married, and had another baby. This would bring us to 2004. So, from 1994-2004, I did not dance or do anything that I would have considered athletic.

I was now a mom of two beautiful boys, and felt happy at being a mom, but unfulfilled with my individual accomplishments. I felt sad that I would never be the dancer or gymnast that I aspired to be as a girl. I was twenty-six and pretty much felt that my dreams were over, which is a confining way to feel. One afternoon, I watched a movie called “Center Stage.” In this movie, there was a scene in which an adult jazz class took place. Something about it made me want to dance again so badly, that it made me cry. Later that day, I dried my tears, opened up the phone book, (it was 2004!) and looked up every single dance studio in South Bend, Indiana. I called them all until I found one that offered an adult Jazz class. I signed up, bought myself some jazz shoes and was more excited than I had been in a really long time.

The class was on a Monday night at 6pm, I showed up at 5:30 and waited while about fifteen other women came in. It was then that I got nervous and started to feel like I had no business being there. I actually went out to my car and almost went home, truly. But…..I didnʼt. I stayed, and danced, and after taking the six week class two times in a row, I was asked to be an instructor. This began a teaching career that expanded into Pilates, Yoga, and Barre. My job has helped keep me in shape, stay home with my kids, (two more came along in 2010 and 2012) as they grow, introduced me to the BEST people, and has never, ever, stopped inspiring me. Most importantly, however, the experience of attending that one dance class brought passion back into my life that had been lost in the years between childhood and adulthood.

The Secret Formula to Get and Stay Fit

I hope that story helped inspire you to look back at your own childhood, and think about the sport that brought out your greatest joy. Whatever activity that comes to your mind is going to help you with the second part of the formula, (MOVEMENT that you LOVE). This part of the formula is essential. Exercise shouldnʼt feel like a “have to”, it should feel like a “want to”. So… if you were a soccer player, find a local adult soccer league, if you loved gymnastics, try Pilates, if you loved riding bikes, try a Spin class. There are adult programs everywhere! Whatever movement or game that brought you joy and passion as a child, will still bring you the same feelings as an adult. There is something so magical about revisiting our childhood dreams in an adult setting, it is an opportunity to reconnect to our younger selves and say to our present self, “It is never too late to pursue your dreams!”

The final part of the formula is the hardest, (COMMITMENT to YOU). It is so hard to take care of ourselves and try to pursue our dreams when we are doing this around the clock for our families. In order to inspire and take care of others, however, we MUST commit to ourselves. I know I am a more patient and kind person after I have danced for an hour. We all need an outlet that is healthful and keeps us inspired. Know fully that you are worth the commitment.

Below are two pictures, the first is of me at age ten, happy as I could be on my balance beam. The second is of me last year at age 36, happy as I always am on my Pilates Reformer working on a dance move:

The Secret Formula to Get and Stay Fit

Remember your childhood passion and transition it into your adult life. I wish you a happy, healthy, and magical 2015.

 

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January 6th, 2015

Linen Pinafore Apron via Etsy

Source: Retro Home,  $85.00

 

Welcome to our Apron Full of Giveaways! I hope everyone is having a great week this week! As we do each week, here is our round-up of giveaways for our readers. We hope that this is beneficial to you and your family! Please let us know if you guys win anything- I love to hear the success stories!

Below are the contest links-if you are hosting a contest please link it up below. Sorry, we are not giving away the aprons just showcasing them! Please put your site name and then what type of contest you are hosting. For example, “MomAdvice (Kid’s Movies).”

Good luck to each of you!

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m challenge: Focus on Health

January 5th, 2015

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Welcome to our first month of exploration in the m challenge series! I have so many wonderful posts for you this month as we explore our health and fitness goals for the new year. You can ask anyone in my family and they will tell you that my fitness routines and caring for my own health has been a big priority for me over the last few years. Part of it comes with the aging process and wanting to remain youthful as long as possible. The other reason is simply wanting to live a long and healthy life with my two children, hopefully bypassing some of the things my body might face if I didn’t take my health so seriously.

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This month we will be getting some advice from a fitness instructor on her winning formula for getting and staying fit, I will be sharing a little bit about my own journey towards a healthier life, I will be asking a fitness instructor what items she recommends you keep in your gym bag, we will be getting expert advice from an ER doctor on the must-have items we should keep stocked in our First Aid kits, and I will be sharing an amazing reader testimonial from a woman who continually inspires me with her weight loss journey.

Each month I will be sharing a book selection that you can read that goes along with our theme for the month. This month’s selection is WHEAT BELLY by William Davis (affiliate link). It is a book that I have been wanting to read and keep hearing about and I thought we could read it together.  I am not big on fad diet books and this might be a risky first choice, but I would love to chat with you about it!  I hope you can snag it from your local libraries and we can have a discussion on this at the end of the month!

 

Wheat Belly by William Davis

I really hope you are as excited as I am for this new series on the site. I can’t think of a better goal than a renewed commitment to your own personal health and fitness. See you tomorrow with our first post on getting and staying fit in this new year!

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Welcome to The m Challenge!

January 2nd, 2015

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With a new year upon us, I am finding the need to change directions. I can’t believe that I have had the privilege of blogging for a decade. What a wild, & crazy ride this has been. Many of my fellow bloggers have been making changes or have given the blog scene up  recently.

I feel that pull too.

Instead of feeling sad or wondering why they would do this, I admire their bravery.   It is hard to stay motivated,  to keep pursuing all of this while juggling my family and home life. I have spent a lot of time thinking and praying how to continue this or if I should continue.

What have I said that you haven’t heard already?

How can I continue to create value while honoring my own life?

I don’t feel like I am ready to give up on you, but I have decided to switch the direction of our site this year and see where that takes us. I am so excited about this that I am finding I am already motivated and restored just knowing that I have a direction to take you. Are you ready?

Welcome to the m challenge. This year will be all about challenging you to live a focused life that you can truly be proud of.  One thing I hear a lot of from you is that you struggle with balance and organization. Guess what? I do too.  This will be a year-long exploration brought to you by a panel of experts that can help guide us a on a path toward a better life.  I am calling it “the m challenge,” in honor of our site name and the three areas of focus.

The m challenge will consist of three key ingredients:

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MINIMIZE- Each month we will minimize one area in our life or in our home. We will declutter our homes, slim down our closets, slow down on obligations, streamline our menu plans, and minimize technology & social media time.

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MAXIMIZE- Each month we will maximize by bringing the good things back in. This can be by maximizing our time, making smart purchases, adding great new dishes to our family table,  making the most of small spaces, making time for creativity, making the most of our money, discovering our passions, and exploring volunteerism opportunities that align with our passions.

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MORPHOSIS- Each month we will feature one expert to help us from life coaches, to financial advisors, to fitness gurus, to counselors, to ministers. These people will further the conversation towards a richer life and give us strategies to achieve it. I also would love for you to be a storyteller and share your journey towards minimizing, maximizing, or sharing about someone who has been a muse to you and helped you make positive changes in your life. Under this category, we will explore books that can help you be a better parent, money manager, minimalist, and creative.

I want this experience to be interactive for you. If you have a passion for one of these topics and would like to share with our readers, please let me know!  I will be reviving our MomAdvice Book Club and featuring a nonfiction selection that will help you as you work through your month. At the end of each month, we will provide a syllabus that has all of the features here for our month as well as supplemental reading materials that will help you explore each topic further.

I like to be transparent about money with you. This year-long exploration will be FREE to you.  For me to provide all of this for you, sponsored posts will have to happen. I don’t have another way to do this. If I did TRUST ME, I would.  This is the only way that I can pay everyone for their time to give advice to you.  My commitment to you is that the opportunities I take will also align with these three categories. I won’t waste your time pursuing the things that won’t benefit you. I also am committed to exploring this journey with you. I am doing these things right along with you because my life needs it too.

Here are our chosen topics for the m challenge 2015! 

January- Health & Fitness

February- Money Management
March- Fashion
April- Home Organization
May- Technology
June- Travel
July- Beauty
August- Meal Planning
September- Better Mornings
October- Transforming Your Space
November- Giving
December- Self-Care

I can’t wait to go on this journey with you and am excited to see this year unfold. Check back on Monday for our first post for our brand new year together!

 

 

 

How to Make a Breakfast Bar

January 1st, 2015

How to Make a Breakfast Bar from MomAdvice.com

We have come to the age of slumber parties and epic sleepovers in our home. If you were anything like me when I was a child, you just couldn’t wait to wake up and find out what would be for breakfast.  Making a breakfast bar can be a fun way to serve a large group whether it is your child’s birthday or simply an easy way to entertain guests for the morning. I am partnering with Walmart today to show off a cute display for creating a breakfast bar in your home.

My favorite sleepover when I was a kid involved a huge display of toppings for our waffles and pancakes. I remember as a child delighting in all of the options and I still have that delight even as an adult.  Now as mom, I love creating a self-service bar of choices for our meals where everyone can customize their own meals to their own tastes.

Breakfast, in particular, as a buffet is a great idea so that guests can sleep in and then come and create their breakfast whenever they are ready, eliminating the need for you to all be around the table at the same exact time.

Even on busy school mornings, I find that this option would work beautifully since we all arrive at the table at different times. By prepping the toppings ahead, you can save time in the morning and really enjoy that cup of coffee.

Here are some of my suggestions for creating a beautiful and easy breakfast bar spread!

How to Make a Breakfast Bar from MomAdvice.com

Make Serving Easy With Scoops & Trifle Bowls

Ditch the cereal boxes for an elegant display utilizing clear glass trifle bowls and an inexpensive all-purpose scoop. Give your guests choices by providing more than one selection of cereal.

 

How to Make a Breakfast Bar from MomAdvice.com

Create a Simple Toppings Bar

I love to provide a variety of toppings so everyone can make their bowl their own. Fresh strawberries, blackberries, or blueberries can be a wonderful fresh topper. Dried fruits, slivered almonds, or crunchy walnuts can also add variety to your toppings bar. Make an easy batch of granola (I love this vanilla-scented granola or this easy honey nut granola) and add this to the mix for another crunchy layer. Remember to take advantage of what fruits are in-season to make sure you get the most bang for your buck.

How to Make a Breakfast Bar from MomAdvice.com

Add a Gluten-Free Option

As someone who is gluten-free, I love when there are options for me. Yogurt can be a delicious option and give your guests a chance to also create their own bowl utilizing the delicious toppings you have provided for your breakfast buffet. I like to keep small bowls handy to pour the yogurt out into and giving me room to really layer on the fruit, nut, and granola toppings, just as I would do with cereal. Make sure that you are using gluten-free oats if making your own granola or purchase gluten-free prepared granola if purchasing them.

How to Make a Breakfast Bar from MomAdvice.com

Make a Pretty Display

If there is one investment that I am glad I have made over the years, it has been in classic white dishes. Display your toppings in pretty bowls and add an inexpensive bouquet of flowers to the center of your breakfast bar. Even if the ingredients are not all homemade, you can still make things feel pretty and upscale with a few inexpensive additions and beautiful plating.

How to Make a Breakfast Bar from MomAdvice.com

I hope these ideas inspired you for your breakfast. Whether it is a weekday rush or a leisurely morning with out-of-town guests, the breakfast bar can be an easy way to serve a meal!

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Amy’s Notebook 12.31.14

December 31st, 2014

Printable Paper Crowns via The House That Lars Built

Source: The House That Lars Built

 

Printable paper crowns for NYE- too cute!

How to make perfect domed muffins.

Best books of the year according to Hollywood Housewife- I love her selections!

Disco ball headbands- what’s not to love about this?

Goodbye, Serial (oh, how I miss you!)

Learn 7 easy morning rituals that will change your life and boost your day’s productivity and awesomeness.

Kids NYE Bingo via Thirty Handmade Days

Source: Thirty Handmade Days

 

Fun printable New Year’s Eve Bingo sheets for kids.

Small kitchen inspiration.

Five smart ways students can use Google Scholar.

Very excited about this beloved author writing another book!

5 under-the-radar reads- I must add these to my book pile!

What adoptive parents will want to know about the new ANNIE movie.

Capsule Wardrobe via Hollywood Housewife

Source: Hollywood Housewife

 

Love seeing other people contemplate the capsule wardrobe!

It’s so fun peeking into other people’s fashion capsules.

More winter fashion capsule inspiration.

How about a capsule Kitchen challenge- could you do it?

Nobody is more healthy, productive or clear-headed than a person who has planned and is living a meaningful life- love this reminder!

More joy less clutter.

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I hope you enjoyed our notebook, a collection of gathered links to DIY crafts, food projects, thrifty ways to spruce up your home, and thoughtful reads. Nothing brings me more joy then to highlight other fabulous bloggers. Follow me on Pinterest for daily inspiration!

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Apron Full of Giveaways 12.30.14

December 30th, 2014

Linen Snowflake Apron via Etsy

Source: Linen & Tailor,  $39.99

 

Welcome to our Apron Full of Giveaways! I hope everyone is having a great week this week- the last week of the year! As we do each week, here is our round-up of giveaways for our readers. We hope that this is beneficial to you and your family! Please let us know if you guys win anything- I love to hear the success stories!

Below are the contest links-if you are hosting a contest please link it up below. Sorry, we are not giving away the aprons just showcasing them! Please put your site name and then what type of contest you are hosting. For example, “MomAdvice (Kid’s Movies).”

Good luck to each of you!

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It’s the 3 Little Things: Holiday Shopping, a Ghostly Tale, & a Tired Eye Cure

December 12th, 2014

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Happy Friday, friends! I can’t believe that I am taking a real vacation from the blog! I really need to get back to center with my people so I will be out of the office December 13th-28th! I have a date with this book (have you read it? I can’t put it down!!) and an ambitious stack of library books that I checked out for the week. I hope you caught my annual list of the best books of 2014- it was a good year of reading!  I can’t wait to have a little quiet time before we ramp up for the holidays.

Before I check out of the social media world though, here is my happy list for the week!

Flourish Boutique Holiday Shopping

Stocking Stuffers Galore

I love a good statement necklace and last night I got the VIP treatment at Flourish Boutique to take a peek at their holiday offerings this year. Since I have some special ladies in my life, I I got some really pretty statement pieces for them that I can’t wait to give them for Christmas. If you are as big of a fan of costume jewelry as I am, you really should check out their store (online or in-person!) They had a ton of fun new arrivals, but my eye always gravitates towards their cozy leggings and shapewear offerings that I wear so much in my fashion capsule.  You can always use our web code MOMADVICE  to take 25% off of your purchases when doing your own holiday shopping!

Don’t worry- I was good! Although I had hoped to take a few photos this week for you, I am seriously in crazy mode for the holidays so you will have to trust me that I am absolutely loving my capsule wardrobe and continuing to learn so much from it about my purchasing habits. I will get back to sharing from it after the holidays although I am sure you can catch a picture or two on Instagram!

The Dead Files

The Dead Files on Netflix

I am just going to say it. Netflix has really been rocking lately. My husband and I picked up The Blacklist (did you know Netflix paid $2 million per episode just to secure that show? CRAZY!), The Mind of a Chef (craving noodles all day, everyday after watching this), and now The Dead Files which originally aired on the Travel Channel.

My sister-in-law shared this gem with us and I think we have watched ten episodes already because it is so fascinating. They send a private investigator into a home that is haunted and they send a medium in to the same scene, but each of them doesn’t get to meet with each other or share evidence until the end of the show. The detective spends time gathering the real fact about the house (meeting with town historians and local folks) while the medium runs around and talks to ghosts and works with a sketch artist to draw one of the ghosts that she sees that is bothering the family. Then they sit down and share their evidence and it is crazy awesome.

I’m not sure if you are into the ghost-hunting thing or not or believe in it, but just finding the true history of the homes is some seriously fascinating stuff. The show isn’t scary, just super interesting. I find the editing to be a little too tightly perfect and I’m not sure I believe all of it (she is never wrong!?), BUT I LOVE IT.  If you have a marathon of present-wrapping and need a little escape, this is a pretty good one.

If you have any other Netflix recommendations for me, let me know in the comments because I am going to have lots of stuff to wrap this week with a birthday and Christmas in one week!

L'Oreal Visible Lift Eye Concealer

L’Oreal Visible Lift Eye Concealer

I have terrible circles under my eyes that seem to be getting worse as I age. I haven’t been able to find a concealer that really does a good job covering these up until I got this gem at the drugstore. It is like a little deodorant roller that you just roll right under your eye and then pat in. It covers everything and makes you look well-rested when you are exhausted from yarn-bombing your home for the holidays. If you want to look five years younger, this stuff is amazing and super affordable.

3 Things YOU Loved This Week (you, lover of MomAdvice things, you!)

How to Make a Blanket Scarf

How to Dye a Faded Pair of Jeans

Yarn Pom-Pom & Ornament Garland

Happy Birthday, Emily!

Bonus Happy

Happy 9th birthday, my beautiful and fabulous daughter! You forever changed our world for the better. I couldn’t be prouder to be your mama! I can’t wait to eat snickerdoodle cake with you-xoxo

Bonus Happy Two- the happiest of the happy!

Happy Holidays from The Clarks

Happy Holidays, friends! Thank you for your love and support this year! See you in two weeks!

*this post may contain affiliate links- I only recommend what I love though. Check out past editions of  It’s the 3 Little Things

Now it’s your turn! What’s making you happy this week?

Gluten-Free Cranberry Orange Morning Buns

December 12th, 2014

From our food contributor, Shaina Olmanson.

Gluten-Free Cranberry Orange Rolls Recipe A recipe for gluten-free breakfast rolls with cranberries and an orange-infused sugar swirl and icing that drips between the cracks and glazes deep into the seams.

Last winter my mother-in-law was diagnosed with celiac disease. As she faced uncertainty in feeding herself after a lifetime of from-scratch baking with wheat flour, I wanted to show her how this wheat-free life could taste delicious, too. My very first step was to hand off a bucket and dough whisk and a collection of gluten-free recipes. I talked to my friend, Zoe, who was up to her eyeballs in recipe testing for her new gluten-free cookbook, and I tried as much as I could to encourage my mother-in-law, Kathleen, to get back into the habit of baking with new flours and textures.

When visiting for the holidays, Kathleen always had breakfast breads waiting for us as we tumbled out of bed to the table. These rolls, filled with a citrus-filled sugar and a bit of spice, are for her this holiday season. A gluten-free breakfast bread that will warm the house and make your tongue sing.

Gluten-Free Cranberry Orange Rolls Recipe

The recipe uses the brioche dough from the recently released Gluten-Free Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day, the book Zoe was working on so many months ago. I purchased a copy for my mother-in-law and went about sampling everything I could before gifting it to her. Our family is especially fond of the brioche doughnuts. You can check out an apple cider version of the recipe on their website. The book makes a wonderful gift this season for any gluten-free family member or friend looking to reclaim a comforting breakfast bread or just to have a baguette to dip into their soup.

Gluten-Free Cranberry Orange Morning Buns
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Recipe type: Breakfast
Serves: 6
 
Ingredients
  • For the dough:
  • 2 cups Gluten-Free All-purpose Flour Mix (*below)
  • 4½ cups cornstarch
  • 2 teaspoons xantham gum or psyllium husk
  • 1 tablespoon granulated yeast
  • 1 tablespoon kosher salt
  • 2¼ cups warm milk (100ºF)
  • 4 large eggs
  • 1 cup honey
  • 1½ cups unsalted butter, melted
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
  • For the sugar swirl and glaze (triple to use all the dough at once):
  • ½ cup granulated sugar
  • 1 orange, juiced and zested
  • ½ teaspoon cardamom
  • ⅓ cup dried cranberries
  • ⅓ cup confectioners' sugar
Instructions
  1. In a stand mixer, whisk together the flour, cornstach, xantham gum, yeast, and salt. Add in the milk, eggs, honey, melted butter, and the vanilla with the paddle attachment. Allow the dough to rise, lightly covered, for two hours.
  2. Place the risen dough in the refrigerator to chill for at least two hours and up to five days.
  3. When ready to make the rolls, remove the dough from the refrigerator and dust with rice flour. Split into thirds. Take one-third of the dough to make rolls. The remaining dough can be held in the refrigerator or frozen for up to 3 weeks until ready to use (or you could make it all into rolls for a party).
  4. Lightly flour your work surface with rice flour. Press the dough into a ¼" thick rectangle. Mix together the ½ cup granulated sugar, orange zest, and the cardamom. Sprinkle evenly over the dough, sprinkle the cranberries on top of the sugar. Roll the dough into a log, pinching the seam closed.
  5. Cut the log into 2" pieces and arrange in a greased baking dish. (I used a 4-quart baking dish.) Loosely cover with plastic wrap and allow to rest for 1 hour.
  6. Preheat oven to 350ºF. Bake for 30-35 minutes, until rolls are golden brown.
  7. To glaze, mix together the confectioners' sugar and 1-2 tablespoons of orange juice until a smooth consistency is reached. Drizzle over the warm buns.
Notes
Brioche dough and flour from Gluten-Free Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day by Jeff Hertzberg, M.D., and Zoe Francois.

 *GF All-Purpose Flour Mix:

Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flour Mix
Author: 
Recipe type: bread
 
Ingredients
  • 6 cups white rice flour
  • 3¼ cups sorghum flour
  • 1¾ cups tapioca flour or starch
  • 1¼ cups potato starch
  • ¼ cup xantham gum or psyllium husk powder
Instructions
  1. Whisk together all the ingredients until. thoroughly combined.

 

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Freebie Friday December 12, 2014

December 12th, 2014

freebie friday Happy Freebie Friday, everyone! We would like to thank Couponing 101 for assisting us with our freebies each week for loads of deals, savings, and freebies!

This week on MomAdvice I share some DIY Holiday Mantel Decorating Ideas and some sweet holiday fashion for your kids from Crazy8. I’m also excited to share with you two year-end Top Ten posts: my top 10 books of the year (which you know I couldn’t keep to just 10, right?) and the top 10 most popular Mom Advice posts for 2014 (I’m sharing these lists early since I’m going to be taking the next couple of weeks off, yeah!). Today you also get the gift of a new recipe from our food contributor, Shaina – Gluten Free Cranberry Orange Morning Buns…yum! On this week’s edition of  It’s the 3 Little Things I’m sharing what’s making me happy and hope you’ll share yours, too!

Our regular feature,  Amy’s Notebook, is of course filled with lots of inspiring DIY, food, decorating and craft ideas, and be sure to check out all the contests you can enter on our weekly round-up of great giveaways!

Have a great weekend, everyone!

Food & Drink

Chicken of the Sea Salmon Pouch at Walmart

Health & Beauty

L’Oreal Advanced Hair Care Sample

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