Creamy Avocado Zoodles with Chipotle Lime Shrimp
Creamy Avocado Zoodles with Chipotle Lime Shrimp - Zucchini noodles smothered in a creamy avocado sauce and topped with zingy, tangy shrimp!
Parmesan Artichoke Chicken Recipe - Honey and Birch
When chicken for dinner gets boring, make this Parmesan Artichoke Chicken dish! It's easy, hearty and pairs perfectly with a side salad.
3 Things Every Little Girl Needs to Hear Her Daddy Say
This post is for all the dads out there with little girls in their care. Your daughters need your tender care. Make sure she hears you say these three things.
The Struggle Of Forgiveness | Strength and Sunshine
One of the hardest things in life is forgiveness. The act all humans have encountered and struggled with the most. The internal conflict of forgiving or letting anger brew. The difficulty of accepting the wrongs, the hurt. Giving forgiveness to others or ourselves, truly is a hard-won predicament. It will never be easy, but it is...Read More
Saying "You Can Do It" Is The Wrong Thing to Say. And Here's Why...
Children need to know you accept who they are - even in the midst of a young teen failure. This powerful idea will transform conversations with your kids!
Hello, you've stumbled across my life! My name is Angie Stevens I'm now a grown up of forty five years old and this is my blog. As you can see it's mostly drawn. A visual representation of my life! Go on take a peek, it won't hurt...I started it when my youngest was only nine…
The Take Action WAHM
Welcome to the Pretty Pintastic Party where all posts are pinned; features pinned by all! Important!!! It has come to our attention that some of you are not repinning the features! This is a key to making this party successful so please don’t skip it!! If this trend continues, we will begin to pick features …
I wasn't serious about taking photographs until I received my Nikon D90 from my husband, my number one supporter, in November 2009. It took me a year and a half and thousands of photos to grasp how to expose a photo correctly and how to use aperture, ISO and shutter speed to get there. And it wasn't until…