Managing stress can be a difficult task, especially if you have a lot of factors contributing it! Finding ways to help alleviate the anxiety and overwhelming feeling of stress can be a great way of overcoming it. Recently baking has been my stress outlet, I have been making a lot of different kinds of muffins. It seems like they are a hit considering when I do bake them they vanish. Baking cookies also has been a delight to try. It’s fun to experiment in the kitchen, I just love making new creations. It is also a good way to connect with your little ones as well.
There are so many ways to bring on stress and so many ways to counteract it also. Sitting down and playing games, coloring pictures, and silly songs with your little ones can really help you zone into a more calming attitude. Find a hobby, go out and see friends, take chances, and embrace life to the fullest. No matter how much stress is on your plate your situation is only temporary.
The last few days have been super busy and slightly unproductive but I have made lots of great memories that I will always cherish. This past week has been full of the ups and downs and we are in the middle of trying to buy a house so that doesn’t help with the crazy but making memories with my little ones have been so rewarding over the last week. Like the other day, as crazy as it got there were some hilarious moments that had me rolling on the floor. For instance when I knocked over the corn mill on one of my cats in the kitchen while trying to make snacks for the kids and put up groceries, along while the kids are running throughout the house with the video game blaring in the background. Yes those are the funny yet crazy moments that I love. No matter how crazy your day can get there is always a way to turn around that moment into a cherished one. Cherish the moment, scrap book it, take pictures, embrace it and enjoy it! I don’t want to regret I want to remember all the fun, the good, the excitement I have and will have with my kids. 🙂
Taco soup has become a family favorite or at least with me and the kids it has. I think I have driven my husband, Bj, crazy because we have had it so much recently. It is a great soup for the winter though, especially on the very cold nights!!! Here is the recipe if you would like to give it a try or just to have the recipe on hand!
Here is a simple recipe that I find very convenient. TACO SOUP!!!!
I normally get the following:
2 cans of light or dark kidney beans
2 cans of corn
2 cans of tomatoes
1 can of rotel tomatoes
1 packet of ranch powder
1 packet of taco seasoning
1 lb of ground beef
First you need to brown the meat! Then you add the rest of the ingredients. Put the temperature on about 3 and stir. Once hot you can begin to eat or you can let it cook all day. Hope you enjoy!!!