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Around the Web ~ 9.14.14

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A few links that caught my attention this week:

Including your children in the day-to-day.  “Teach little ones to love work by allowing them to help when they are little and still want to – and raise up a crop of hardworking adults who get the job done.”

The struggles many of us have with body image and learning how to find a balance in pursuing our well-being. Especially when little ones come along.

On one of my favorite sites, the importance of finding and making friends and a medium to discover like-minded people in your locale. Excited to develop our own St. Gregory Pocket care of the Like Mother, Like Daughter blog!

With the plethora of tomatoes covering my kitchen counter, it’s time to get down to business preserving them. I think some will go into this roasted tomato sauce to freeze.

Also, made a half batch of this garden fresh tomato basil soup to try out this week. It definitely passed the test! Going to make another full batch and freeze some for the winter. Perfect with a grilled cheese sandwich for dipping!

As autumn approaches, all things pumpkin are on the mind. I love this healthier alternative to the ubiquitous PSL {pumpkin spice latte}. Also, a cold adaptation that is actually good for you!

Potty training on the mind…. There are some good ideas here whenever we actually get started.

The Time That Whole Foods Made Me Realize That I Don’t Want to Live Forever.  Yes to this.

We’ve been wanting to incorporate more of the feast day celebrations into our family life. Here are some great ideas to get us started this Fall.

Also, thinking of our Fall garden…. Anyone have ideas of easy-to-grow plants for our beds?

2 Thoughts on “Around the Web ~ 9.14.14

  1. I’m so glad you liked the tomato soup! I’ve stocked my freezer with it as well. Nothing hits the spot on a cold winter day quite like a bowl of tomato soup and grilled cheese. I’m off to check out some of your other links now!

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