Please Help!

The Fat Friar Project, a website I manage for my husband and son, needs a bit of help. They are trying to find the original owner of their project car. A 1967 Dodge Coronet, they have dubbed 'The Fat Friar'. Please help us spread the word by clicking the link above, and sharing! Thanks so …

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Life During the Covid-19 Pandemic

How has everyone been holding up? Things have been pretty mellow at my house. My boys never really got into sports, and are heavy gamers, so life has gone on as normal. I think I am the one affected most by the quarantine. As someone who values having large chunks of quiet time,  I have …

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Smokey Mushroom Alfredo with White Wine Marinated Chicken

This is a last minute dinner idea we threw together yesterday. We needed to use the chicken breast in the fridge and we were in the mood for some pasta, other than spaghetti. Alfredo is a simple sauce to make and it's kid friendly; adding mushrooms and a nice smoked cheddar, gave the creamy sauce …

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Perceptions and Conundrums.

Health and wellness revolves around more than diet, nutrition, and medicines. It also encompasses mental health. In an age of Instagram and filters; where social media enables us to project a carefully curated facade. It isn't always easy to differentiate between what is real, and what isn't. Especially for the younger generations. An Instagram picture …

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Budget Discovery

I think of myself as pretty budget savoy mother. When it comes to feeding 3 growing boys, I have to get the most food for my buck. Lets face it kids are bottomless pits. Which means I easily spend $200 or more a week on groceries. And that's with school in session. I have learned …

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