Month: December 2016

Hi, mommas! Life has been so busy! New Job + every imaginable germ my kids could possibly bring home + sleep training + the holidays have left me exhausted and I haven’t had the time (or energy) to write. I’m so looking forward to writing more in the New Year!

There are lots of new posts coming–from interviews with some incredibly inspiring mommas to working momma wardrobe picks and musings about balancing a full life.

In the meantime, check out 5 of my latest instagram obsessions below. If there’s a bright side to sleep training, it’s scrolling these at 3am.

Happy Holidays!!

Career Contessa

And don't skimp on the sprinkles. #CareerContessa

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Alex Jean Brown



Clean Beauty Blogger | Gurl Gone Green

I’ve had the chance to meet Suzi and let me tell you, ladies, she is the real deal. She’s smart, kind and genuine and she really knows her stuff when it comes to clean make up.

Clean Food Crush

Every week Rachel shows how simple clean eating can be.

Sesame Chicken Lunch Bowls {Mid-week Meal Prep bc #Goals 💪💪💪} . . Makes 4 servings
1 cup sesame seeds
½ tsp garlic powder
12 oz asparagus, ends trimmed
3 bell peppers, cut into strips 2 cups cooked quinoa
3 Tbsp olive oil
1 lb chicken tenders
sea salt & pepper
red pepper flakes (optional)
sesame seeds (garnish)
Heat 1 tsp. oil in a large skillet. Add bell pepper and stir fry for 3-4 minutes, then set aside.
Add the asparagus to the pan, season with sea salt,
pepper and garlic powder. Cook for 5 minutes until bright
green and tender.
In a medium bowl, mix the chicken tenders with
salt, pepper, 2 Tbsp oil and garlic powder. Coat all the
chicken pieces with the sesame seeds, press gently to coat firmly. In the same preheated skillet add a bit of
additional oil if necessary. Add the chicken and cook
for about 4-5 minutes on each side, until cooked through and nicely browned. To put together the bowls/containers, divide the
quinoa evenly between each, then add asparagus, pepper
bell and sesame chicken.
Store in the fridge for up to 4 days. Reheat to
serve. ❤ Rachel . . . 👉 . . . .

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Raeann Patton

This is the account of a friend of a friend. She’s such a bright soul with an incredible mission and an inspiring story about life after miscarriage.