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GF Mom Holiday Guide Live Stream

2020 GF Mom Certified Holiday Guide: I am extremely grateful for you, our community!

  From the bottom of my heart I am extremely grateful for you, our community, for the inspiration you give me each day. This year’s GF Mom Certified Holiday Guide was created from my heart to yours with the love and creativity I pour into my own home each day….

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Holiday Popcorn Ball Recipe with Tiffany Hinton, GF Mom Certified

  Ingredients:    6 cups of allergen-sensitive popcorn 1/4 cup Beekeeper’s Naturals Honey 1 T butter (divided)   Directions:    Melt butter into honey in a small saucepan until honey forms small bubbles. Let cook for about a minute until you get a slightly caramelized honey. Watch it carefully so it…

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GF Mom Certified Celebrates Tradition By: Jacqueline Camacho-Ruiz

  I grew up in a middle-class family in Mexico and our whole family was, and still are, traditional Catholics. It’s a beautiful part of our family’s heritage, to celebrate according to the traditions of our faith at Christmas. This celebration is not only for our immediate family, but our…

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Modern Luxury CS Good Business Feature – Tiffany Hinton, GF Mom Certified

  Q: What are you most proud of in 2020? At GF Mom Certified, our team and founder are made up of women who have experienced either themselves or through their families autoimmune disease, and have learned to thrive and overcome. That enduring spirit allowed us to stay mission focused…

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Back to ‘Home’ School with the Hintons

Contains affilate links Our journey back to school this year has been exciting and a bit ominous along the way.  I have reflected this past week on the blessings that prepared us for this Fall.  We are blessed with a conscious community of other mom’s who believe in mindfulness, family…

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GARDENING 101: A Summer Home Economics Course

Summer is nearly here, and most of the schools are on break for the season. In the Chicagoland area, the park districts and camps are still closed, leaving kids with less to do. This gives parents an opportunity to teach them life skills, along with some horticulture. A large yard…

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