February is the month of love, and from some of the posts you’ve seen, it’s also the month of food. There were a lot of great posts from 2016 here on Giveaways 4 Mom. However, here is a quick recap of some of the most popular posts.
5 Meal Ideas to Consider for Easter Dinner
Easter is right around the corner, so it’s time to start planning your dinner parties now. In 5 Meal Ideas to Consider for Easter Dinner, I give you a few quick ideas that aren’t your traditional Easter Dinner.
5 Food Blogs to Read for Those on a Budget
As you can see, you don’t find many recipes on my site. That’s because I’m just not a food blogger. I do have many other blogs I visit on a daily basis, though! I have three boys and raising them is far from cheap. So I do try to spend my money wisely, and that includes with groceries. In my post, 5 Food Blogs to Read for Those on a Budget, I share some of my favorite blogs. I mean, you can really create tasty, wholesome meals for under $20! These blogs are game changers for busy moms like you and me.
Getting in Shape Five Minutes at a Time
I see myself sometimes as a Supermom. From working at home full-time to raising my boys, to keeping an orderly house – it’s a wonder I can keep my sanity. I’m sure many of you moms can relate. However, I do know my kryptonite seems to be exercise. As much as I want to, I fail to get it in daily. I put a stop to that this year and have been committed to Getting in Shape Five Minutes at a Time! Check out some of the activities I do that I’m sure you’ll not only find time to do yourself but enjoy!
5 Foods that Will Help You Get the Most from Your Workout
Now, if you’re working out, it does no good to input more calories than you burn. It’s also important to be aware of the foods that can help energize you best. In my post 5 Foods that Will Help You Get the Most from Your Workout, I talk about some important foods you should incorporate into your diet. You’ll actually be surprised at this one beverage that’s recommended to drink!
Tips for a Healthier Family Diet This Year
It’s crazy the number of fad diets out there that moms try to make their entire families suffer along with them to do! I for one can’t keep up with the changes, so I just make baby steps with the kid’s diets. Having a healthy diet plan makes it a lifestyle change. In Little changes can make a big difference: Tips for a healthier family diet this year, I go over some small steps you can do for a healthier lifestyle, such as adding more veggies instead of replacing your meats and opting for organic selections.
“Big Game” Essentials Checklist
I thought this was a great post to revisit because this checklist is not just about a Super Bowl party. It’s a great list for any party you are planning. I especially want to emphasize on the wine and to use a slow cooker. You can make plenty of snacks in a slow cooker that are quick and easy. The slow cooker is just a great way to keep the foods warm such as nacho cheese, gravies, or soups. Check out my full Super Bowl Essentials Checklist.
What was your favorite blog post from February 2016? If you shared it, what were your friends and family member’s feedback?