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Allergy-Friendly Granola Bar Round-Up

Over the last couple of weeks I was asked by two different friends to help them find nut-free granola bars for their children.  Both of their children are now attending schools that have nut-free policies and they are confused by the labeling what things like “made on shared lines” or “may contains” means, and not […]

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The Karat School Project (KSP) – Breaking the Cycle of Extreme Poverty Through Education

Today I would like to share and introduce you to the Karat School Project.  The Karat School Project (KSP) was founded by Evelyne Keomian to provide sustainable help to children living in extreme poverty in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. As a child, Evelyne often missed school because she did not have the supplies to attend class […]

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#AllergicToEverything® Recipe Cookbook – Kickstarter Campaign

As someone involved in the food allergy world, I wanted to share a Kickstarter campaign that is currently active called #AllergicToEverything®.  Jessica reached out to tell me more about the cookbook that she has been working on and for support, so I offered to share a little more about it on my blog and a […]

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Calling All Families with Food Allergies! Your Help is Needed!

This is a quick request as I am I’m doing some market research and need more families with food allergies to complete a short survey about a new business that is in the early stages of development.  Those that complete the survey and leave a valid email address at the end will be entered to […]

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Our Year with a Dairy Protein Intolerance by Amy Manos

When I reached out for guest bloggers Amy contacted and told me about her experience with her son and his dairy protein intolerance, and I was glad to share her story, because ours is very similar.  My daughter was diagnosed around 5 months old with a protein intolerance to dairy (and soy) as well. If […]

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9 Ways to be a Killer Sports Parent by Sonya North

9 Ways to be a Killer Sports Parent by Sonya North With spring sports almost in full swing, and being a “sports mom” for almost a decade now, I’ve had a lot of time to sit on the sidelines, observe, and learn from the behavior of other parents.  Here are 9 ways that I think […]

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#VoicesBehindAutism Campaign | A LOUD Autism Awareness Campaign by Dr. “Ali” Alisha Griffith

Today I am honored that we have a guest post by Dr. “Ali” Alisha Griffith who is the force behind the campaign “#VoicesBehindAutism”. This campaign showcases different ways that Autism has touched ones lives.  To learn more about the campaign Ali has done a short Q&A below and you can also find the campaign video on […]

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Kind is Cool – Random Acts of Kindness Day

Disclosure: I received some of these products for free from Oriental Trading. My opinions are my own and I was not paid or required to write this post. National Random Acts of Kindness Day is celebrated this Saturday, February 17th and has grown in popularity each year.  It is celebrated by individuals, groups and organizations nationwide to […]

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Getting Kids Involved in Water Conservation With the Cal Water H2O Challenge

Disclosure: I received compensation from Moms Meet (momsmeet.com), May MediaGroup LLC, for this post. As a Moms Meet blogger, I agree to share the information on this challenge and to post my honest opinion on my blog.  The opinions posted are my own. As some of you may know I’m not native to California and when […]

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2017 Gluten Free & Allergen Friendly Expo Recap

Disclosure: I received free entry to the Gluten Free & Allergen Friendly Expo in exchange for this post.  My opinions are my own and I was not paid or required to write this review or host this giveaway.  This post contains affiliate links. [wds id=”1″]   Way back in November… yes, that feels like way back […]

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