Disclosure: I partnered with NEUTROGENA for this post and received compensation. All opinions expressed are my own. I had horrible acne when I was a teenager. I don’t think there was ever a time that I didn’t have a pimple on my face. It made me feel self-conscious and I tried my best to cover them up with make-up. I longed for beautiful, clear skin. Even today at 39 years old, I am still dealing with breakouts.
Broccoli Swamp April 14, 2012 Bridget is obsessed with broccoli. I knew when I saw the recipe for Broccoli Swamp in the Clare Crespo Cookbook titled A Very Veggie World that it was one I had to make. At first I thought it would be like a dip, but in reality, it’s more like a quiche. It was low carb also so that fit perfectly with my diet. Bridget also gobbled it up! The recipe turned out beautifully! I’ll be making this one again.
September has been a month of changes for my family. My oldest daughter, Olivia, is away at school in London, ON. It’s been an adjustment to not have her around the house. Normally, she texts me for rides to pick her up here or drive here there. We still have Bridget at home, but it’s not the same without Olivia. Bridget has been busy, too. Her collarbone has healed and she is able to get back into her horseback riding lessons again.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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