3 Ways to Help Kids Drink Less Sugar

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3 Ways to Help Kids Drink Less Sugar

By now, this should be old news: sodas, fruit drinks, and other sugary beverages add empty calories to our kids’ diets and can increase their risk for a number of health problems, from cavities and type 2 diabetes to nonalcoholic fatty liver disease which only recently has been found in children. Still, a recent … Continue reading

Where to Eat in Big Sky

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A world class ski resort needs a few things. First, great reliable snow. Second, luxurious lodgings. Third, they need great food. If you’re heading to Big Sky anytime soon, I’ve got a slew of great ideas on where to eat in Big Sky Montana. Where to Eat in Big Sky … Continue reading

Snack Time Hacks

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Kids are bottomless pits… or so I’m told. My kids could pass on significant meals all day in lieu of snacks, snacks, and more snack. Salty eats, sweet treats, crunchy munchies, and ooey-gooey chewies, they don’t discriminate. For snacks, there’s no satiating their hunger… But put a balanced breakfast in … Continue reading

3 Super Bowl Appetizers Sure to Score

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Super Bowl LI is this Sunday! Are you ready to cheer on your favorite team to victory? While we’ve already got you covered with some crowd-pleasing beer-based cocktails, we promise that these Super Bowl appetizers will be a touchdown. Whether you are hosting a Super Bowl party at home or are looking … Continue reading

Overnight Oats Recipe

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Ah, breakfast… “The most important meal of the day.” I know it may sound like the ultimate cliché, but it’s equally accurate. And it’s never a truer statement than when I’m traveling with my family. With busy days of packing, skiing, sightseeing, and carrying heavy equipment (did I mention the … Continue reading

Successful Lemonade Stand

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Running a successful lemonade stand was one of our summer highlights. Here’s the thing, you never know when the big activity of the summer will occur. Often, it’s something small that turns into something big. Kids will surprise you all the time with what resonates. This summer we opted to … Continue reading