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Something fun and exciting happened for my daughter this weekend, she was able to do a front pull over on the uneven bars in gymnastics. For her, this is a huge deal due to poor muscle tone and motor aprexa. It’s a goal she has been working on for quite some time, so when she finally hit this goal, we just had to make sure we made a big deal out of it, and celebrate! What’s a better way to celebrate than with a small party right? Now being a busy mom I didn’t have time to throw a grand affair but I wanted to make sure to take the time to show my daughter how proud of her I was. So I teamed up with Sara Lee® to make a special treat and day for my little lady and I wanted to share it with you! I present to you….No Bake White Chocolate Fairy Cakes! The perfect easy-to-make treat so you can celebrate life’s little moments.
Are you looking for a fun, free, personalized gift for your spouse this year for Valentine’s Day? Look no further, we have got you covered with our tips on how to make your own love coupons! One of my favorite gift ideas for a spouse is to give them personalised love coupons to exchange for tokens of your appreciation, admiration, and love. Who doesn’t love a good IOU if the result is more interaction with the one you love?Continue reading
As some of you might know my husband is eating a dairy free and gluten free diet. It’s wonderful for you, but can be a little hard to take traditional recipes and turn them into something my husband can eat AND enjoy! So to help with our transition I made an Egg Substitutes In Baking list and turned it into a FREE printable chart for you to enjoy as well! Continue reading
Disclosure: I was provided awesome party supplies from Disney in ordered to facilitate this post, but as always, all thoughts and opinions are my own!
February has been a tough month around my house! We have had 1 little one with a case of Scarlet Fever, another one with a bad cold, and to top it all off, we were stuck in the house for over a week due to a freak ice/snow storm. So to say that we needed a little Disney Magic in our house is an understatement. 3 big events happen in our home during February and those are Valentine’s Day, my moms birthday and my husbands moms birthday so we decided to combine all of them into one fun and fantastic #DisneySide party!Continue reading
When it comes to dieting a common misconception is that you can kiss snacking goodbye. This is simply not true! You can still snack while dieting, you just have to snack smarter! I know I can be guilty of mindlessly snacking on a bag of chips and I know how fast that can kill your calorie count for the day.
One thing I love about the Weight Watchers diet is their point system. It’s easy to understand and stick to, and it really helps you be aware of what you are eating. Instead of grabbing something because it tastes good, you really have the chance to decide if that snack is worth spending the points on.
So in hopes of keeping myself on track, and hopefully helping any of our awesome readers who also happen to be on the Weight Watchers program on track as well, we are sharing with you Great Weight Watchers Snacks Under 3 Points Plus with a FREE Printable! I have this printed out and on my fridge for easy access when I get the urge to snack.
Free Printable Weight Watchers Points List for Snacks
(click to enlarge and print)
It’s so great to see that you can still have sweet, salty, and yummy snacks while on the weight watcher plan. One of my favorite snacks to have is a bowl of seasoned air popped popcorn, YUM!
Also check out this list of 27 Free Weight Watchers Recipes with Points Plus for Dinner
WEIGHT WATCHERS: Slow Cooker Smart Points Cookbook, Discover Rapid & Healthy Weight Loss, “Set & Forget” To Lose Fat Fast The Natural Way
Weight Watchers Instant Pot Smart Points Cookbook: The Complete Weight Watchers Instant Pot Cookbook – with 60 Healthy & Delicious Instant Pot Cooker Recipes
Get some ready Weight Watchers food and drinks
Looking for some yummy Weight Watchers Recipes to try? Check these out:
What’s your favorite Weight Watchers Snacks to have when a craving hits? Let us know in the comments below! (Make sure to add in the point value!)
Disclosure: “I received LISTERINE® Brand products and a Walgreens gift card from Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Products Division of McNEIL-PPC, Inc. and The Motherhood as part of my participation in the LISTERINE® 21-Day Challenge. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this post are my own.”
Do you brush once a day? Twice a day? More? Do you brush for 1 minute? 2 minutes? 3 minutes? Do you use mouth rinse every time you brush? Do you floss everyday? As you are reading these questions how does your mouth feel? Are you going to go brush your teeth right now? Go ahead…I will wait until you get back. But come back as soon as you are done brushing because this is important stuff.
No matter how many times a day your brush brushing still misses about 75% of your mouth. I was surprised to hear this. It also causes me some concern because (head hung down in shame as I admit this) while I always brush twice a day, I don’t floss regularly and I don’t use mouthwash regularly. I know some of you are thinking…gross! And you are right. But maybe some of you are just like me and are doing the bare minimum when it comes to taking care of your oral hygiene. I have always used the excuse that I am just to busy to take the time to floss and have never really thought much about mouthwash. When I do use mouth wash I use it to freshen my breath not to clean my mouth and teeth. I do always get my teethed cleaned at the dentist office every 6 months, with a fluoride treatment every other visit. New habits are hard to create but I am determined to take better care of my teeth, gums, and mouth. Seriously, I floss my kids teeth, I think it is time I start flossing my own. I am going to take it one step further and start rinsing twice a day with Listerine mouthwash. Clearly brushing is not enough. You NEED mouthwash to get the places brushing has missed.