What We’re Reading: 5.26 / The Summer Edition
Raise your hand if you’re excited for the weekend?! We sure are. With it now being unofficially (yet officially) the start of summer thanks to Memorial Day, we figured it was the best opportunity to dedicate this week’s weekly round up to the start of the season! Below you’ll find inspiration on family trips to take, how to stay destressed and one dessert recipe that will have your friends calling you Master Chef at the next backyard party. Enjoy and have a great weekend!
Article 1: “39 Healthy Breakfasts for Busy Mornings”
Breakfast. It’s the needed meal of the day, but sometimes it seems we run out of time to make it. However, thanks to Greatist, here are 39 recipes you can try out this summer. That way you can stick to your health plans while keeping within your limited time schedule in the a.m.:
Article 2: “Top Family Vacations off the Beaten Path”
Do you and your family have an adventurous spirit? Then you should check out this article from Parenting.com that offers some super interesting, non-traditional trip ideas for you to take this summer with your kids!
Article 3: “5 Unusual Ways to Relieve Stress That Really Work”
One of the best parts about summer is that it is a chance to relax, and unwind. Whether that’s planning a family vacay (like in article #2) or hitting the beach for a three-day weekend, it’s time to enjoy the sun and ditch the daily stress. For times when you still feel a little overwhelmed, here are some pointers from Women’s Health on how to get your mind in a stress-free zone if you’re at work and not in the sun:
Article 4: “Take A Bite of Summer With These Cherry Hand Pies”
If you’re looking for a good summer treat to try out, look no further than these hand-held pies Buzzfeed created. The recipe is super simple and perfect to bring with you to your next barbecue. But, like we expect when we make them, they probably won’t last long. Grab our Almond Extract to get a head start on the ingredients:
Article 5: “6 Tips For Driving Across America on an Extra Tight Budget”
Do you have a bucket list dream of road tripping across the USA? Has it been a recurring thing that you say you’ll do some day, but even years later, that day hasn’t come? Well, maybe this summer you can add a +1 to your 2017 bucket list with these handy tips from PopSugar on how to actually go cross country without breaking the bank:
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