Bread

How many times have you heard that eating bread is bad? I’ve heard this since I was about eight. I think I heard it on tv. Hearing that caused me to internalize it and an unhealthy relationship of guilt after enjoying some toast or a croissant was born. Yes, over eating bread can cause serious health issues. So is over […]

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The Colorful Fruits

There is nothing better than a full bowl of colorful freshly cut fruits on a sweltering summer morning. I have kids so that is currently in my dream cabinet. For now, I need to compromise on my dream bowl of fruits for breakfast until all the kids can help around the kitchen. Here are a few things I’ve learned: Avoid […]

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Lava Cake

April is a busy birthday month in our family. T and M (the hubby) celebrate their birthdays this month . In the previous post I explained the disaster of a cake we baked –>you can read about T’s home made birthday cake here (https://journeysandus7.com/2020/04/25/cake-all-about-perspective/ ). Today I’ll share the story of M’s birthday cake.The cake was a surprise, M loves […]

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March is Here!

Before you read the following post I want you to keep somethings in mind This post is all about me I’m not judging anyone who loves how they look I’m not an expert on the subjects…This is all about finding what works for my family and I. Spring is around the corner and I can’t wait! We are 6 days […]

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Motivation

Before you read the following post please keep in mind the following: This post is all about me I’m not judging anyone I’m not an expert on the subjects mentioned This is my personal journey through trial and error How do I stay motivated? I find my self asking this question a lot in this journeys of health and wellness. […]

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Tracking my steps

Healthy habits can only be achieved with a dose of honesty. In January I decided to buy a step counter. After a few days of research I decided to buy the Samsung Galaxy Fit E. It was on a budget and it gives the time, weather, heart rate and counts calories. I’ve enjoyed wearing this a lot and it has […]

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Kids & Winter Final

In my final post of this series I would like to talk about the clothes and layers my kids wear in the winter months. Let’s start with the big boys First Layer Thermal Top and Pants (Wal-Mart) Second Layer Long Sleeve T-Shirt Short Sleeve T-Shirt Fleece Pants Third Layer Regular Hoodie if its above -5 degrees C. Fleece Hoodie if […]

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Kids & Winter Par 4

Late night post, we must talk about winter boots! As with everything else, there are hundreds of boots to choose from and that means it can get a bit over whelming to choose the right boots. My kids have used, a Wal-Mart brand because I’m not spending more than $30 on a pair of boots for a 2 year old. […]

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