Five Ways You Can Use Maca Powder & Black Seed Oil

Health is such an important thing to me. I’m constantly looking for ways as a mom in which I am able to support my health and incorporate natural ways of healing and renewing my skin, hair, and body. With that said, I had the opportunity to try black seed oil and maca powder these past few weeks and am happy to share my experiences with them. Here are my top five ways to use maca powder and black seed oil in your daily routines.

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Swig ‘n Sweets Now Open in Gilbert, Arizona

Whether you have a sweet tooth or a taste for caffeine, Swig ‘n Sweets is the place to be. Known for their drink combinations and delicious cookies, Swig is now open in Gilbert, Arizona (Market St. between San Tan Village Pkwy and Pecos Rd., near the Gilbert Costco).

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Organ Stop Pizza – the One Stop for Family Fun

Whether you are planning a family-fun night, date night, or pizza night, Mesa, Arizona has the answer for you. Located at Stapley and Southern, Organ Stop Pizza is the ultimate place for a unique dining experience for the whole family. Travel Foodie Mom had the opportunity to attend a media day to test out the […]

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Feel Like You Are in Paris at Le Crêpe in Royal Oak, Michigan

Although I do not live in Michigan anymore, I was born and raised there, and still care about my home state. From the revival of Detroit to local businesses, I try to offer my support or donations as much as possible. Recently, Travel Foodie Mom was invited to a blogger event at Le Crêpe in […]

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What We Ate: Albuquerque, New Mexico

We boarded our late night flight headed for Albuquerque, New Mexico to arrive around midnight to spend a quick day and a half in the Green Chile capital of the world. Although we went for my cousin’s high school graduation, I insisted on trying a few of the local restaurants and devouring New Mexican green […]

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What We Ate: Seattle, Washington

On our recent trip to Seattle, we did it itinerary-free, as mentioned in our last Seattle post. Usually, I at least know a general idea of what places we will be visiting or eating at, but for this trip, I was looking up confirmation emails to find the address of our hotel in the cab […]

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Just Peachy: Vintage Market Days of East Phoenix

It’s Mother’s Day weekend! Why not treat mom to a “peachy” day? Vintage Market Days of East Phoenix is in town, however, for this weekend only. Head on down to Schnepf Farms in Queen Creek to eat, shop, and have fun at the farm!

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Rainbow Belgian Waffles

Sometimes it is a struggle to get your toddler to eat breakfast in the morning, so that is when you need to add a little bit of creativity! Get them involved in cooking and get them excited! We created Rainbow Belgian Waffles to add some color to our morning and to make our bellies full!

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Kid-Friendly Spots: Portland, Oregon

Welcome to PORTLANDIA! Portland is known for hipsters, roses, good brews and all things weird. #keepportlandweird Well friends, Portland is also an amazing kid friendly place! Start your day off at Slappy Cakes! The kids will have fun making their own pancakes! Not in the mood for pancakes?? Head to Pips Original for some amazing […]

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Tasterie: The Allergy Free Food Box Review

Being lactose-intolerant and not being able to eat soy-based foods has many downfalls, including not being able to enjoy cheese without popping a couple of Lactaids while eating. Not only do I have to be more aware of what is in my food, I have to test which alternatives actually taste good as well. I […]

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Great Southwest Cajun Fest: Recap

Travel Foodie Mom recently attended the Great Southwest Cajun Fest by Abita Brewing in Downtown Chandler to experience the heart and soul of New Orleans. From Cajun culture and cuisine to handcrafted beer, the Southwest Cajun Fest did not disappoint! Speaking of cuisine, we tried the Crawfish Roll from Angry Crab Shack (and boy, was […]

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Where My Love For Cooking Came From

why i love cooking now

As a child, I would have done anything to avoid the kitchen. So much so that I used to drink orange juice for breakfast to avoid the toaster. Still, nothing like the smell of cookies in the oven or a stew simmering in the pot would make me feel right at home. As I grew […]

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