5 Steps to Saving Meal Time and Keeping Your Cool

Nothing’s worse than feeling like you keep wasting time in the kitchen prepping meals that NOBODY EVEN EATS!! Like seriously, what’s the point?

Maybe it’s time to go all Hunger Games on your family… “may the odds ever be in your favour!!”

Okay, okay… letting your family fend for themselves for a day or two may seem like bliss but you need a long term plan, a few simple steps to help you get through …

When Dinner Doesn’t Go as Planned: How Intuitive Eating Saves the Day

Tonight’s dinner, a smorgasbord of leftover finger foods. A few new items and a few of “safe” foods for the boys.

On the menu:
A pork chop (eaten before)
Naan bread (safe)
Spring rolls (new)
Green peppers (eaten before)
Cucumber (eaten before)
With a side of tzatziki and plum sauce, and dill dip (safe)
And apple sauce (one of the boys all time favs)

As my hubby and I ate, I watched as my boys

One thing to STOP right now if you want to end to food fights

The food fights stop when you finally learn the lesson.

Ever feel like you’re living like Bill Murray on Groundhog Day? You make food, your little one refuses it. You make new food and still they refuse.
You’ve wasted food, your time, and you know if your little one doesn’t eat you’ll be dealing with tantrums and all sorts of hanger-driven behaviour.
It’s no wonder you do what you do; trying anything to get your …

Number 1 Reason You’re Busy but Not Productive

If you’re busy but not productive it’s because you have KIDS!!!

THE END!!!!! I can’t offer you help, hope, or anything in between because I’m in the same boat. The boat that’s circling round and around getting nowhere…. not sinking, but not really going anywhere fast.

Lost in the Bermuda Triangle of Motherhood

My boat is filled with toys, books, diapers, laundry, grocery shopping, play dates, and a teeny tiny port hole I

What’s keeping you from letting go?

Time passes with a blink of an eye, especially once you have kids. I still gaze at the onesies my boys came home in wondering how on earth they could have ever been so small, so helpless, so utterly dependant on me.

Since becoming a mother I find myself going through phases of being completely overwhelmed to discontent beyond belief. Overwhelmed with the whining, the constant need for attention, trying to keep up with the