I'm leavin' on a jet plane, but stay tuned for my very own giveaway when i get back Tuesday!
Friday, January 29, 2010
Thursday, January 28, 2010
Almost as much as I love the Ergo Baby Carrier. I have several baby carriers, but my Ergo is by far my most versatile. I can wear my toddler or my infant...even when she was a newborn. In fact, I wore baby E in the Ergo for three straight days at Disney World. She even rode the rides in it!
My friend over at Once Upon a Baby is hosting an awesome giveaway...one lucky momma will score an Ergo carrier! So scoot on over and enter...I know I did!
Posted by Renee at 5:13 AM
Monday, January 25, 2010
Here's a quick recipe tip: Substitute an equal amount of unsweetened organic applesauce for oil when baking. You'll want to reduce the amount of sugar too, as apples are naturally sweet. The result? Less fat, less refined sugar, a serving of fruit. Good Stuff!
Posted by Renee at 11:34 AM
Saturday, January 2, 2010
I found Flip and Tumble reusable bags on clearance at Caribou Coffee...just $4.50 each! I got three. :P
I love these bags. They have a flat bottom, unlike my Chico Bags, and a long enough strap to fling over a shoulder. I want more!
ETA: I should have been more clear...these were in my local Caribou Coffee store.
Posted by Renee at 7:12 AM
You've no doubt noticed the new look of the blog. It's still a work in progress! One of the things I've added is a list of labels to make post-hunting easier if you're looking to read about a certain topic. I'm still going back and tagging all of my old posts. It's quite a task, but I should be finished in a couple of days. I hope you like this feature!
Posted by Renee at 6:57 AM
I finally joined a local Farmer's Co-Op. I've been wanting to join for over a year, but didn't pull the trigger. I got an email last week offering $5 off the annual membership fee...it seemed like a sign. I'm really excited about it for several reasons.
1. The Goods
- Locally grown organic produce
- Eggs from happy chickens (until I get my own!)
- Honey, jams and more
- Locally raised, grass-fed meat
- Artisan breads and cheeses
3. "The Farmers' Pick"
- This is a pre-selected assortment of produce, based on current crops. It costs less than picking and choosing your own produce, but perhaps my favorite thing about it is that I don't pick. I'm excited about the prospect of a box of mystery fruits and veggies. I can't wait to see what I get and plan recipes accordingly. I think it will make all of us more adventurous in our eating. We've paid for the whole box, so I'll find ways to serve every healthy morsel!