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As a busy mom, I am always looking for ways to get things done faster and more conveniently. Like most moms, one of the ways I get everything accomplished is by doing as many things on the go as possible. My phone is my life line when it comes to getting things done, I am able to shop, pay bills, work, reschedule appointments, and more right from my phone, whether I’m sitting at dance practice or in at a doctors office. Because I use my phone for so many aspects of my everyday mommy life, I love finding new apps that help me get things done smoother and faster.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of SnowCast for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.
Have you ever been blind sided by a snow storm? I was last week, and it wasn’t fun!
We have decided to go without cable until our move over the summer in an attempt to slim down our bills and avoid getting locked into a 12 month commitment which would result in a hefty cancellation fee when we move out of state.
My first thought when tasting Cheeky Monkey was, these taste great! The texture reminded me of a cheese curl and the taste was similar to peanut butter toast, which happens to be a favorite in my home. So Cheeky Monkey definitely passed my taste test, and the individual packages make them an easy snack on the go, solving my busy mommy problem.
Best of all Cheeky Monkey is a healthy and nutritious snack!
100% Organic and Non GMO
No added sugar
Contains plant based protein and healthy fats
Knowing all this along with the taste my kids love, has made Cheeky Monkey a go-to snack in my home.
However the taste and convenience are not what makes Cheeky Monkey so unique. Cheeky Monkey was created to be the prefect “first peanut food” for babies.
I remember years ago, being advised to stay away from peanuts when my children were infants. However doctors are learning more and more about nut allergies and now studies are showing that 6 grams a week of peanut protein can reduce the risk of developing a peanut allergy.
Now that we are learning that early introduction to peanuts can reduce the risk of developing a peanut allergy, we need to find the safest food option for introducing peanuts into or babies diets. Cheeky Monkey has done this by creating an snack that is easy to hold for self feeding and also melts in the mouth for safe eating.
Do you host guests over the holidays? Or are you the designated “planner”? I am! Whether we have family staying with us or we have a big family trip planned, I am the one in charge of the decorating, menu, and all the extra’s that keep everyone festive during the holidays. (more…)
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