Valentine’s Day family breakfast – “Love Bug” Cinnamon Pancakes »

What says love more than pancakes? Seriously, don’t you feel like a great mom when you cook up a stack for the kids? I know I do! Since Valentine’s Day is on a Sunday this year, make it special for all the family with this pancake recipe from McCormick, the spice folks.

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Fighting the advertising/affiliate program tax in your state »

I’ve had a couple of busy weeks emailing my state representatives about Colorado HB-1193, the advertising tax that affects bloggers and website owners who work with affiliate programs like Overstock.com or Amazon. Even if you’re not a Colorado blogger, you should pay attention because other states are planning to enact similar bills: Alabama, California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maryland, Minnesota and Tennessee.

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Tips for healthy Super Bowl snacking and a weight wise chili recipe »

Everyone loves Chili, and now here's a recipe that is weight and health conscious.

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Restaurants now catering to younger foodies »

Last Saturday, my daughter Emilee had the opportunity to participate in a cooking class just for kids at Henrietta’s Table in The Charles Hotel, Cambridge, MA. I was very much in favor of this lesson due to the fact that I am expecting and at seven months along, I need someone else to start picking up the dinner slack!

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Healthy Super Bowl snacks your family will love »

Not only are black beans delicious, they’re high in fiber and protein. So check out this delicious recipe for black bean dip.

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Mom Bloggers – Stricter Guidelines than Celebs and Journos »

Last month, our CEO and founder Stacy DeBroff published an article in Media Post, focusing on Mom Bloggers and FTC guidelines.

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Twitter Followers: Quality vs. Quantity? »

The battle for followers on Twitter can be exhausting. While my list of 13,000 remains nothing to be ashamed of, I still feel inadequate when compared to the networks of the Twitter business giants pulling in over 50,000 or more. Upon closer inspection, I discovered porn stars, spam bots, and other such fake accounts make up the vast majority of this following.

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