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34 Minute to Win It Games the Kids Will Love

Use these kooky games during your next birthday bash, school picnic or holiday party.

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Sweet Fall Decor You Can Find on Amazon Right Now

We searched everyone’s favorite online shop and found plenty of things to give your abode cozy vibes in no time.

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The Great Pumpkin: Our Favorite Miami Pumpkin Patches

Oh my gourd! These pumpkin patches have it all!

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7 Spectacular Sunflower Festivals to Brighten Your Summer

Sunflower mazes, the Fischer Scones food truck and butterfly releases. Oh my!

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Stem Sell: Where You Can Pick Your Own Flowers Near NYC

Skip the bodega bunch and make a day of gathering the perfect bouquet!

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Ripe for the Picking! The Berry Best U-Pick Farms

Go have bushels of fun picking sweet berries at these local farms!

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Hello Bello Lip Balm

Stay Hydrated & Healthy with Hello Bello

Hello Bello has all of your winter essentials

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23 Outdoor Adventures the Whole Family Will Love

Get outside in that fresh healthy air with a few of these great ideas for the whole family.

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Can Seed Cycling Help Imbalanced Hormones?

“Seed cycling involves eating certain types of seeds during certain phases of your menstrual cycle to promote a hormone balance. Once I started seed cycling, I’ve noticed fewer headaches, shorter and lighter periods, longer luteal phases, and overall increased mood and energy levels.”

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Ben & Jerry’s Launches New Sunflower Butter-Based Flavors

These chilly treats are non-dairy delights!

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Why Is This Mom Wearing a Sunflower Lanyard?

This is more than just a fashion statement.

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Is Seed Cycling the Answer to Restoring Hormonal Balance?

Seed cycling is gaining in popularity as a natural solution to restoring estrogen and progesterone levels to normal levels. When these key hormones are imbalanced, it can lead to menstrual irregularities, including breast tenderness, painful periods, acne, and PCOS symptoms.

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Chobani Is Paying Off Nearly $50,000 Worth of Student Lunch Debt

The kids won’t have to eat cold sandwiches thanks to the generous donation.

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Anthropologie Finally Releases a Plus-Size Clothing Collection because It’s about Time

The new line is already available online and in select stores.

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3 Healthy Food Hacks You Can Totally Sneak into Their Lunches & Snacks

These tricks will help you their food healthier—and your kids will be none the wiser.

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6 Yummy Restaurants for Vegetarian and Vegan Kids

We chomped our way through some of the DMV’s crunchiest restaurants and found these six vegetarian and vegan options that are kid-friendly to the max.

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11 First Party Themes to Celebrate the Birthday Boy

He’s turning 1! Plan the perfect party featuring his favorite things, from choo choos and trucks to storybook characters.

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VIDEO: Think Your Kids Rush for Breakfast? Check out These Kids!

These adorable (high-energy) kids take breakfast to a new level.

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Say Cheese! 6 Instagram-Worthy Portland Walls

Are you looking for some cool spots to take Instagram-worthy pics? Read on to find out where the most Instagramable walls in Portland are!

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Bel and Bunna’s Books is Lafayette’s New Literary Wonderland for Children

At this whimsical new bookstore in the East Bay, kids can discover their inner bookworm through listening, learning, playing and, of course, reading.

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Listeria Recall Expands to Nature Valley, Clif Bar, Kashi, and 100 Other Snacks

A widening sunflower seed recall has expanded to over 100 snacks due to Listeria fears. Nature Valley is recalling it’s “Protein Chewy Bars” and “Simple” nut bars. The ones included in the recall are:

Nature Valley Simple Nut Bar –…

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RECALL! Quaker Quinoa Granola Bars May Contain Listeria

 
The Quaker Oats Company announced a voluntary recall of a small quantity of Quaker Quinoa Granola Bars after an ingredient supplier was found to have distributed sunflower kernels that may be contaminated with Listeria.
The vast majority of potentially…

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No Bake Oatmeal Cookies Without Peanut Butter

Nut-free + no-bake = A+ lunch snack.

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Chocolate No Bake Cookies

This recipe for no bake chocolate cookies comes together in 15 minutes flat. Win!

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Why You Should Visit the Lombardi Ranch Fall Festival

Scarecrow alley, towering sunflowers, a corn maze and Laura Ingalls style wagon rides all await at this down home fall festival.

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Bunny Ears

This cute, festive springtime snack will pack a nutritious punch and please the crowd.

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Animal-Free Eats: 5 Vegetarian and Vegan-friendly Restaurants in Atlanta

Check out these vegetarian and vegan-friendly spots that are sure to satisfy even the meat lovers in your crew.

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Gluten-Free French Toast

Being a gluten-free eater doesn’t mean ignoring your craving for french toast! This is a quick and easy gluten-free recipe that feeds 4-5 people and will appeal to everyone. Kids will love having yummy french toast for breakfast and, if…

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Amazing Summer Adventures at Little Green School House

Join the Little Green Schoolhouse for a summer of garden-based summer camps at Learning Gardens Laboratory, in Southeast Portland. Sessions will run Tuesday through Thursday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, with before and after care available, beginning on July…

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Crock Pot Mongolian Beef

Crock pots aren’t just for simmering safe recipes, and chicken doesn’t always have to be the staple choice. We decided to go a little on the adventurous side with this dish and venture over into making Mongolian Beef. This savory…

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Beyond The Boring Lunch Box: More Great Lunch Ideas

Red Tricycle’s superstar Drea Lester was recently featured on Good Day Oregon sharing some fun ideas to make boring lunches more exciting! Click Here to watch the Video.
1.  Hummus Plate with pita, veggies, and cheese
This is a good…

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Marin Waldorf School Early Childhood Open House

“Early Childhood Open House – A Day in the Classroom”
Friday, February 18, 2011 – 10:00 am. – 12:30 p.m.

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10:00 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.
childcare in the fourth wing – parent child room
Introduction…

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