If you had to choose your top 15 must have kitchen items what would they be? What would you suggest a new cook get for their kitchen? Here is my gift guide for the 15 kitchen basics every beginner cook should have.
I'm a big fan of early learning and literacy skills as long as it is fun. I sit on the side of the fence of letting kids learn to read when they are ready, not at an age when someone says they should be reading. My oldest started reading at age 7 and now my 10 year old is reading Treasure Island because he wants to and the 8 year old is writing up a storm.
It is lunch time here at the Odd house. I am slowly heating up leftover over spaghetti on the stove (we insanely decided to go microwave free in March) as I drool over the picture of the new salads and wrap now available at Chick-fil-A.
Have you seen the news, Huggies is testing out a new product to make your job as a parent easier. Meet TweetPee, the combo of an app and a little bird that attaches to a diaper that tells you when your babies diaper is wet.
Waking up after sleeping in, I’m greeted with a breakfast on perfectly cooked eggs sitting on a warm freshly baked croissant topped with black forest ham, melted Havarti and a touch of stone ground mustard. Of course there is a tall cup of coffee topped with whipped cream within my grasp as well.
Memories, especially memories passed down from family members, are a precious thing. Their stories give us insight into ourselves and bring understanding where it may have otherwise been lost.
Earth Week may be over, but the Rock says, well actually I have no idea what the Rock would say, but the Odd Mom says we should be celebrating the Earth all year long. That is why I'm happy to share NBC's Share and Tell with you, where the focus is on living a sustainable lifestyle, because Green is Universal.
If you were to ask me if I considered myself a leader, my initial reaction would be no. But, I am a leader, we all are. It is just a matter of digging deep and realizing how we influence others and taking ownership of our abilities.
In the world of politics and power, this line from last Sundays episode of Game of Thrones on HBO rings true. But it is also a great reminder for those that seek to utilize social media to grow their influence.