Healthy Halftime Soccer Snacks By Deb Lowther

Somewhere along the line in our busy active kids and busy working parents schedule, soccer snacks turned into packaged processed treats and water got sent to the sidelines to be replaced with sugar filled ‘juice’ boxes or artificially coloured ‘punch’ in a pouch. While these options may be quick to grab at the store on … Read more Healthy Halftime Soccer Snacks By Deb Lowther

Simple Steps To A Cleaner Washing Machine

It’s a common misconception that washing machines will function perfectly for years without any action on part of the owner, but if you don’t see to the upkeep of your machine you might find that your clothes get less and less clean with every wash. Washing machines are built to last and manufactured using the highest … Read more Simple Steps To A Cleaner Washing Machine

Surviving and Thriving Amidst Common Travel Nightmares

Even the best travel plans go awry, but it’s especially difficult to roll with the punches when it happens far from home on what was supposed to be a fantastic vacation. From coming down with a cold to suffering a breakup, vacation trouble can be hard to endure. Here is a short list of some … Read more Surviving and Thriving Amidst Common Travel Nightmares

The Extra Plate – Lisa McDonald

On Oct 16th Diane Morgan and I had the opportunity to attend a Save The Children Event for World Food Day, which was also Blogger Action Day whose theme was Human Rights. For those who aren’t familiar with Save The Children they are a global organization that bring help and hope to those in need. Their event, … Read more The Extra Plate – Lisa McDonald

Spruce Tip Salve Recipe

Last year during my visit to Quadra Island I picked up a jar of Spruce Tip Jelly that was amazing. Since then I haven’t stopped thinking about trying to make some myself and what other ways you could use spruce tips. Jen has come up with one way of using Spruce Tips that I think … Read more Spruce Tip Salve Recipe