All moms can experience burnout at times. Lydia Borja gives us five ways to nourish ourselves — fill our own buckets — so that we can alleviate burnout and better care for our families.
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With Kelly the Kitchen Kop’s simple recipe you just stir a few ingredients together and you’ve got a great tangy pretzel dip for regular pretzels, or even better, for soft pretzels!
Kelly the Kitchen Kop came up with a copycat recipe for one of her FAVORITE sandwiches that she just can’t stay out of once they’re made.
Lisa Hendey offers a healthy living checkin, lessons learned and a prayer and scripture verse to keep you company along your own journey to good spiritual and physical health.
It’s easy to let yourself become lazy when following a healthier lifestyle, don’t you think? At first you’re all gung-ho and you get your family on a better track, but over time you slip in small areas here and there. Kelly the Kitchen Kop shares her plan to get back on top of things again!
Lisa Hendey invites you to join a “tech tribe” to support a mutual path to emotional and physical wellbeing. Feel free to comment on your own journey and please send prayers!
Besides the delicious recipe today from her friend, Sonia, Kelly the Kitchen Kop also touches on the sometimes heated debate between raw vs. cooked foods.
In Sierra Leone, Catholic Relief Services trains community volunteers to work with children who have lost one or both parents to the deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Kelly the Kitchen Kop reports: “These real food nachos were a big hit with my family. The sauce is so good that we’ve used it on all sorts of other foods.”