Happy Mother's Week!

Julie Miguel is a digital content producer with a specialization in food media as well as an active food blogger located in Toronto, Canada. The focus of her blog, Daily Tiramisu, is to empower home cooks to be fearless in the kitchen and she does this by taking traditionally difficult recipes and making them easier to execute.

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I have decided that Mother’s Day should be more than just one measly day.  If grilled cheese gets an entire month of recognition, then I think Mom’s should at least get a week!
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I want to make the most of this week so I am doing things that I want to do, regardless of their priority on my to-do lists.  Here’s my list (another list):

  • Spend more time with friends who make me happy
  • Spend more time with the little men that call me “mommy”
  • Get a massage
  • Do lots of yoga
  • Catch up on archiving all of my family photos and making digital photo albums
  • Make easy meals
  • organize and condense my to-do lists
  • stay off of social media, ie. don’t waste so much time on it
  • learn how to use a drill
  • hang curtains that have been sitting around for weeks
  • install shelves that have been sitting around for weeks
  • Start DIY kitchen roman blind project (my material has been sitting around for weeks)

This seems like a lot, I know, but some of these things I have been pushing off for months.  Happiness is productivity and a happy woman makes a happy mommy!  Happy Mother’s week!
Here are some dishes that your kids and loved ones can try out for themselves this week:


Here are other great Menus you can try – and also browse through our archives!
Have a great week everyone!!
Warm Regards,
Jules
 
 

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