With the current happenings in the world right now, I felt a little stuck for what to post on the blog. Dani and I spent some time talking about how, in times like this, humans seek comfort – often from food. So today, I bring you my 10 most requested recipes.
These are recipes that I consistently get asked for and that I have either modified for my family, or sometimes just make straight from the cookbook.
Some are healthy, some are not. But they are my most requested from friends and family – which generally means they are a hit!
When possible, I have included links to these recipes.
Here at Mojo and Moxie, we talk a lot about that “next stage.” The kids are leaving, or old enough to stay home alone, and you are getting ready to take some time to travel. This is the stage where you might just have the time for a trip to Greece – and for five days in Santorini!
Seriously though, when the kids are little, or even when you were in the height of busy-ness with their extra curricular activities, you probably never dreamed of a trip for just the two of you – never mind in Greece.
Well, now that that kids are heading off to adulthood, why not consider some adult time for you?
Last year our blog featured an article on keeping the love alive in your relationship – Valentine’s Day as a Mature Couple. This year, we are exploring Five Ways to Connect with your teen this Valentine’s Day.
It is not easy to foster engagement and connection with our teens and young adults. Between the preoccupation with their phones, and keeping up with the latest social media craze (Tik Tok anyone?) most of the time we feel like they really don’t want us around. Sure, they need us to get them from point A to point B (until they have a car of their own) and make sure they are fed, but otherwise, we are left to try and figure out the best way to be a part of their world. So, in the spirit of Valentine’s Day, we have come up with a few fun ideas on ways to connect with your teen.