Thrifted School Supply Hack!

Thrifted School Supply Hack!

This time of year my Pinterest feed seems chalk full – pun intended – with beautiful school supply storage ideas. And what self-respecting teacher nerd can resist a lovely array of freshly sharpened colored pencils in a cute container?

This week I came up with a clever and pretty solution for organizing your homeschool supplies.

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Gluten Freedom: Cross Contamination Prevention

Gluten Freedom: Cross Contamination Prevention

Gluten can be a scary thing for someone with gluten intolerance, gluten sensitivity or Celiac’s Disease. But cooking in a completely gluten free kitchen can be difficult and impractical. As a part of this Gluten Freedom series, I wanted to share some tips on how to avoid cross contamination, both at home and while eating out.

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Gluten Freedom: Keeping a Food Diary

Gluten Freedom: Keeping a Food Diary

You don’t necessarily have to have a food intolerance or allergy to benefit from keeping track of what goes into your body! Today I wanted to share how I keep a food diary, and how it can benefited me. Learn more about why it’s such a great practice and how to do it simply.

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7 Ways to Fit Socialization Into Your Homeschool Day

7 Ways to Fit Socialization Into Your Homeschool Day

Since updated the blog’s new look, this is the very first official Two Cents Tuesday … when I basically thrown my two cents in about something homeschooling/education related!

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Gluten Freedom: Weekly Menu

Gluten Freedom: Weekly Menu

What if I have to eat gluten free and no one else in my family does?

How can I make this meal gluten free for my friend who’s coming over Saturday?

What’s┬áthe best substitute for {bread crumbs, cream of chicken soup, etc.}?

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