#mombrain We have all felt it. That where am I feeling of managing too many things at once. And none of us is perfect, nor do we need to be. This is the only brain I am ever going to have, and I want it to work really well for a long, long time. So, what can we do to grow and health the brain? Fun facts about your brain: + Our brains consume 20% of our metabolism. + eating a lot of sugar increases risk for mood disorders like depression + 95% of the serotonin (happy hormone)
We've all heard it. "Hey Mom, What's for Dinner?" Yikes! What is for dinner? How am I supposed to go all day, get kids from school, after school activities, and get a home-cooked meal on the table? Watch this video for some simple, real-life tips and tricks that will get your family back to the table.
Have you ever felt like giving up? Do you ever feel like, "I've tried that before and it didn't work, what's the use?". I know I have. Then I heard this training about the farmer sewing (planting) seeds and I changed my perspective. A farmer doesn't plant one seed and stand over it and wait for it to sprout, grow and bear fruit. He prepares a whole field for planting, working the soil to get it ready to plant. Then he plants 1,000s of seeds. He doesn't micro-manage each indi
If you're like me, you are rearing to get outside and get plants in the ground. But it keeps freezing!!! Many people start seedlings indoors, but what if you could move your whole garden indoors and outdoors and didn't have to depend on fickle mother nature to let spring come? Check out this video of me moving my garden outside this time last year: Learn more about Tower Garden here: http://bbauer.towergarden.com/?_ga=2.163761016.636920444.1522952871-2093220465.1511299065