Low Carb Thanksgiving Recipes

Thanksgiving is typically all about starchy, carb-filled foods. It might taste good but it doesn’t work with keto. Don’t despair, however — Pinterest is an excellent source of mouthwatering low carb Thanksgiving recipes! With these recipes and ingredients, you can put together a fantastic Thanksgiving spread without having to fall off the low carb wagon. This food would work equally well for a Christmas dinner, or any other holiday feast, too!

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A at 10 Months

A few days ago I scrolled through photos from your birthday up until now and marveled at how much you’ve grown; how your entire body used to fit in my arms with room to spare, how your tiny eyes were swallowed up by your chubby baby face. I ached a little bit for those days of just sitting with you for half the day, while you snoozed and ate and snoozed and ate. But these days you make me laugh with your antics, and you astonish with your abilities and the way you keep discovering new things. I like seeing the world through your eyes.

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Where to Buy Cute and Functional Planner Supplies

Finding & Using Planner Supplies

Planning on paper can be very helpful in a busy household! With cute and functional planner supplies like stickers, pens, washi tape, clips, and more, it can also be delightful. Check out these resources for Canadian shipping friendly planner supplies, and my own tips on how I use my planner to keep things organized.

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Wood Anniversary Gifts Available on Amazon

Fifth anniversary gifts are traditionally supposed to be made of wood. Amazon has a vast selection of Prime-eligible wood items, so you’re in luck if you waited too long. Some of these gifts can stand on their own, while others would do well as part of a larger gift package. There’s something for everyone, from the fashionista to the lumberjack.

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Five Years

Wood is interesting. It’s very strong, relative to its weight — meaning it can bear a lot more than it looks like it can handle. If you take care of it, it will last for ages. It’s durable. It’s renewable. It can be refinished, if it gets messed up. A five-year-old marriage is much the same, I think: it’s still young, with a lot of life left in it, and though it may have a few dings and scratches, it has strength on its side.

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