Then you’re going to love everything about this sugar cookie body scrub recipe: The ease of making it, the aroma of warm vanilla in a steamy shower, and of course the smooth, polished skin. Continue ReadingRead More »
Full of your early morning favorites and a cup of coffee, and on your left there’s a snooze button with 120 minutes on the clock. You can have the breakfast or the sleep, but you can’t have both. What do you do? Continue ReadingRead More »
His “medicine chest,” and for thousands of years it’s been revered in folk medicine for its healing properties. (source) Now studies are starting to confirm what tradition has long held: elderberries are a delicious and effective way to support immune function during cold and flu season. Continue ReadingRead More »
Because whoa, this is huge. You know the way it feels when you bite into a warm fudgy brownie, or sip from a mug filled with marshmallows and hot cocoa? Well, it can be better. Yes, BETTER. Continue ReadingRead More »
A debilitating illness, I resolved never to be a spectator in my own life again. I will ride the bull, say yes to the CNN interview even though I’m running on a few hours of sleep, and draw silly faces on all the eggs in my fridge. Continue ReadingRead More »
Note From Mommypotamus: Today the Potami clan is celebrating Micah’s birthday at the BEACH. While we’re building sandcastles and chasing seagulls, Craig from Fearless Eating is sharing a recipe that is a favorite with kids of all ages – homemade raspberry soda. Thank you for stopping by today, Craig!
Considering I’m a Nutritional Therapist who is very anti-sugar, this may sound somewhat surprising. After all, everybody knows soda is bad for them, full of high fructose corn syrup, artificial colorings and preservatives, right? Continue ReadingRead More »
Note From Mommypotamus: Today the Potami clan is on the road – we’re headed to the BEACH! Camp fire cookouts on the sand here we come. (You can follow our adventures here.) While we’re away, Kelli from Happy Healthnut is sharing her recipe for “fancy fake out” pork tenderloin – it’s the perfect way to kick off the fall season. Also, I recommend that you check out her note on new USDA recommendations for cooking pork in the instructions . . . very good info. Thank you for stopping by today, Kelli!
The leaves begin to change, the air gets crisp in the morning, and I start to feel the urge to break out the cable-knit sweaters, brew up a chai tea latte, and hit up the apple orchard down the street. Ahhhh fall in Michigan! There is no better time of year! I know that autumn brings beauty to many parts of the country, but as a mid-western girl, I have to say, I’m partial to my Michigan falls.Read More »