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Red & Honey’s 2016 Reader Survey (I Want to Hear From YOU!)

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe via Email or.RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Hear ye, hear ye! The first official R&H reader survey is at hand, and it has been decreed that all shall participate, and be merry! (What is up with the old-timey talk?! Welcome to my brain. And sorry.) I’ve… 

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Hello Weekend

Happy weekend, everyone! It’s a scorcher here – almost breaking records for heat in our area at this time of year. (Side note: I’m not sure why I feel so compelled to talk about the weather in every HW instalment. Feel free to tell me to stop. I’m nerdily fascinated by the weather.) We get… 

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Using Montessori Methods at Home: 15+ Resources to Get You Started

By contributing writer, Molly Madonna Kehrer I am not a Montessori methods expert by any means, but I have worked in a Montessori classroom, and I have watched young minds transform at their own pace in a beautiful way in that setting. The Montessori environment taught me a very valuable lesson in the capability of… 

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Hello Weekend (on a Tuesday)

I know, I KNOW. Today is a Tuesday. So technically, it’s not a weekend. Yeah, I get it. BUT… we just finished our May long weekend here in Canada. It was a statutory holiday (Victoria Day) yesterday, but more importantly – the unofficial kick-off to summer vibes. And it was a GLORIOUS weekend in my… 

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The idea of going gluten-free is daunting, but this is a great summary of some staples to keep on hand. A good place to start!

10 Essential Food Staples in My Gluten-Free Kitchen

Every time I hear someone minimizing the gluten-free movement as some kind of fad bandwagon with no possible merit whatsoever, I die a little on the inside. Especially when the arguments are as sophisticated as yelling, “It’s a fad! Everyone who is gluten-free eats only processed GF crap and that’s bad! It’s lacking the fortified vitamins… 

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Hello Weekend Spring Edition - R&H

Hello Weekend

It’s raining buckets here, and we’re headed to a stage production of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe with my extended family. We’re about five hours from home right now – just far enough to wake my wanderlust from its semi-dormant state. While we drive along the 401 and remember just how much we… 

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20 Ways to Ditch Toxic Chemicals from Your Life - R&Hpin

20 Ways to Ditch Toxic Chemicals From Your Life

By contributing writer Alexandra Maul You’ve probably heard more and more recently about how some of the products we use everyday contain toxic chemicals that can be harmful to our pets, ourselves, and the environment. But for newbies to going green, it can be difficult to navigate the various ingredients, what kind of alternatives exist, and how to reduce… 

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How I Use Mind Mapping to Help Declutter My Brain

When I first learned more about my personality type (INFP) and how my brain receives and processes information, my mind was officially blown. Seeing the big picture has always been one of my biggest strengths, so mind mapping is something that I’ve been doing for years without realizing that it had a name. I doodled… 

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10 Solo Parenting Survival Tips (From a Pilot’s Wife)

I’m married to an extremely competent man. He is a full participant in parenting, housework, cleaning, and cooking. We share the load pretty equally, which means that when I’m doing the solo parenting thing, his presence is very sorely missed. He is a pilot and flight instructor which means that while he doesn’t travel as… 

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