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3 Ways to Recycle Your Christmas Tree

3 Ways to Recycle Your Christmas Tree

Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger My family occasionally splurged on a bushy, live Christmas tree when I was growing up. The aroma of fresh pine filled the house and amplified the joy of the season. But, what in the world are you supposed to do with a six-foot tall, needle-shedding tree once the holiday […]

4 Edible Gifts to Make With Your Children

4 Edible Gifts to Make With Your Children

Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger If your little one begs to make a last minute holiday gift for his teacher, head to the kitchen for inspiration. Edible gifts come together quickly! When I was a young girl, I remember spending long days in the kitchen with my grandma preparing these types of presents for […]

6 Homemade Ornament Ideas for Your Nature-Theme Christmas Tree

6 Homemade Ornament Ideas for Your Nature-Theme Christmas Tree

Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger I always admire Christmas trees decked out in a specific theme. If time was limitless, I’d use my many homemade ornament ideas to create a nature-inspired Christmas tree complete with edible decorations. The great thing about edible decorations is that, once Christmas is over, you can hang them outside […]

Six Gluten-Free Holiday Desserts

Six Gluten-Free Holiday Desserts

Posted by  Angela Tague, guest blogger Hosting a holiday meal gives me a great opportunity to try new recipes and ideas. But what do I like making the most? Holiday desserts! With my gluten sensitivity, I am careful to choose desserts that accommodate my dietary needs but also celebrate the season. If this is your first […]

6 Tips for Staying Healthy During the Holidays

6 Tips for Staying Healthy During the Holidays

Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger Don’t let exhaustion ruin the holiday season. Sure, you have to spend extra time decorating the house, shopping for holiday gifts, and preparing for out-of-town guests. But you also need to make time for yourself. Here are six tips for staying healthy during the holidays, both physically and mentally! […]

DIY Thanksgiving Place Cards

DIY Thanksgiving Place Cards

Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger In our fast-paced, tightly scheduled lives, it is tough to make family dinners an everyday occurrence. When Thanksgiving rolls around and everyone bellies up to your dining room table, use personalized decorations to make the holiday extra memorable. Reading the adorable “turkey notes” my grandmother would leave at each […]

5 Ways to Add Natural Coconut Oil to Your Beauty Routine

5 Ways to Add Natural Coconut Oil to Your Beauty Routine

Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger I’m always on the hunt for healthy beauty products — ones with no artificial fragrances, unnecessary dyes, or skin-irritating fillers. When I discovered that natural coconut oil was good for more than cooking, I decided to store a jar in the bathroom. And, boy, does it get used a […]

5 Holiday Recycling Tips

5 Holiday Recycling Tips

Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger With all the extra cooking, shopping, gift wrapping, entertaining, and guests during the holiday season, there’s bound to be additional waste. For me, it’s the perfect time to amp up my reduce, reuse, recycle mindset. Kick off your holiday recycling efforts with one of these ideas! 1. Recycle Gift […]

4 Gluten Free Baking Tips From My Kitchen to Yours

4 Gluten Free Baking Tips From My Kitchen to Yours

Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger When I started following a gluten free diet, baking homemade treats challenged me. My pancakes were paper thin. My bread crumbled. And cookies? They were so dry, they weren’t worth eating. I finally learned that you can’t substitute gluten free flour for all-purpose flour in a recipe. It simply […]

How to Eat Gluten Free at Restaurants

How to Eat Gluten Free at Restaurants

Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger Who doesn’t love a break from cooking and washing dishes? Although I relish my time in the kitchen, a dinner out with my husband, family, or friends is always welcome. But when you’re learning how to eat gluten free, trusting someone else’s food can be an intimidating prospect. You […]