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Stressed Backward = Desserts!

While sheltering-in-place we’ve been spending a lot more time baking. And wouldn’t you know: I saw that catchy phrase after delivering my 5th batch of muffins in April. To avoid gaining the dreaded Covid-19 (think Freshman-15) I dropped off Tupperwares to my neighbor who appreciates my zero-sugar recipes. … Continue reading

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Joy’s SIP Routine

While sheltering in place (SIP), Joy created a schedule around organizing, connecting and healthy living. If you asked if she’s going stir-crazy…the answer is “NO!”  Joy’s schedule is pretty reliable and packed with plenty of outdoor walks, time with friends via virtual dates … Continue reading

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How Kelly Shed 19 Every Month

Before COVID19, the number 19 could have sounded arbitrary. For me, it had tremendous significance. Throughout 2019 Kelly’s 19 was a repeating event on our family’s electronic calendar; it popped up every Monday. If I hadn’t created a “public” weekly reminder, I would never have been as … Continue reading

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Passover Wishes: Mah Nishtanah?!

A question asked at every Seder is Mah Nishtanah: what is different? During Covid-19 social distancing we could ask: “What isn’t Different?! Despite celebrating alone, we wish you a Healthy and Happy Holiday. With our homes transformed — for the holiday or for the ability to … Continue reading

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APR: A Pantry Revamp

This APR, invest in A Pantry Revamp! It won’t cost much more than time. And we promise, following our advice will feed you! Passover, Easter and sheltering at home present the perfect pre-holiday and quarantine-induced motivation to be intentional about what and where … Continue reading

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FEB: Finally Emotional Breakthrough

While relationship advice is not our soapbox, Valentine’s Day prompts us to remind you to fall in love with your stuff. First, you might need to get real honest and admit it’s time to break up with some of your … Continue reading