Immunity Smoothie

I was sent a wonderful box of Norm’s Farm elderberry based products, one of which I used as a base for my immunity-enhancing smoothie. Elderberry is a well-known immunity enhancer. Rich in Vitamin C, it’s been scientifically proven to fight  viruses. … Read more

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slice of Raw Watermelon Cake

There is no watermelon in the raw watermelon cake, but it is very tasty, regardless. I made this cake for my son’s birthday and kids loved its look and its taste. The green color part can be made in a … Read more

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Tin Foil Sculpture

Tin foil sculpture is a fun and beautiful art project for kids. It can be a wonderful present, too. Sculpting helps the children understand dimensions and proportions, too. Tin Foil Sculpture Materials: foam block, wire, wire cutter, tin foil Process: Using … Read more

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Kale, Garlic Tomato Casserole ( No Grain)

I love light grain-free casseroles and kale, garlic and tomato casserole is a vegetarian dream come true. My friend grows tons of organic kale. In the summer, I use her kale in a variety of dishes. My juicy tomatoes and the … Read more

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How To Go Green With Your Children’s Birthday Party

guest post by ChristopherThe foremost duty of any parent is to take ample care of their child’s health. Every parent has to ensure that their offspring stays hale and hearty. ​Young children who are overweight or otherwise unhealthy are likely to get … Read more

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Sweet and Tasty Green Smoothie

Green smoothies are not really supposed to be sweet and tasty: they are supposed to be healthy and tolerable. This green smoothie is rich in iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, Vitamins C, K and more. It is extremely alkalizing for the … Read more

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Grass dolls, Waldorf-friendly

Grass dolls are my kids’ favorite summer toys. Waldorf-friendly and natural, they can be ready in 5 minutes and can be played with in a variety of creative ways. My kids clothe them, feed them, bathe them in the rain, etc. … Read more

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Crunchy Kale Salad With Almond Dressing

Kale is one of the most nutrient-dense leafy green vegetables and Crunchy Kale Salad With Almond Dressing is a very tasty way to eat it. This salad is satiating because of the almond butter it contains. The almond dressing is creamy, … Read more

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3 Ingredient, Dairy-Free Chocolate Ice Cream

Chocolate ice cream can be healthy, too. This gluten-free vegan ice cream does not require and ice cream maker and is filling and full of chocolate goodness. It’s a wonderful kid-friendly summer dessert. If you’d like to make a mocha ice … Read more

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Water Beads Math

Water beads are a wonderful sensory tool to help toddlers and preschoolers learn math. Water beads grow in water and are slippery to handle, so working with them is great for fine motor skills. The kids can grab them using their … Read more

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How To Easily Plan Meals

On multiple occasions, I’ve been asked to sell meal plans. I gave the concept some thought and realized that you’d benefit from my free meal plan a lot more. How Do I Plan Meals? First of all, I don’t plan around the specific … Read more

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Mango and Strawberry Salad

Mango and strawberries create a beautiful plate and a healthy salad combination. Both sweet and tart, this light salad is wonderful for the long days of the summer.

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