My Best Mom Hack!
Hey there! I’m so glad you found this page! I’m Kayleigh Rose, and you’ve landed on my mommy blog, The Pigeon and the Peacock. I know, it’s a funny name for a mom blog! But if I had a spirit animal, I’d choose the peacock. I love their colours, their boldness and their perfectly pulled together style. But now that I’m a mom of two young children, most days I feel more like a scatterbrained pigeon. Can you relate?
I’m going to guess that you can… and that’s why you’re curious about what my “Best Mom Hack” could possibly be!
What’s something you, as a mom, have to do multiple times a day for yourself and for your family members? And even though it’s an ordinary everyday thing, it can cause a lot of stress, guilt, mess, and extra fuss?
Breakfast, lunch dinner. And then there’s the snacks, snacks, SNACKS!
Can I suggest another option you can include in your meal prep, healthy snacking, grocery planning tool kit? Not too long ago I was a scatterbrained, high anxiety mom with two littles in diapers, and my “meal planning” more often than not meant another frozen lasagna or the donair shop down the street.
It wasn’t good for our budget. It wasn’t good for our health. And it definitely wasn’t helping with my overwhelming mom guilt. (If you’ve ever experienced postpartum anxiety, you know exactly what I’m talking about). That’s when a friend introduced me to Thrive Life foods, an online grocery store.
And yes, I can work it into my monthly food budget, and even save money in the process. I love the food so much, I decided to become an Independent Consultant with Thrive Life so I could get compensated for sharing it!
But my goal isn’t to just “sell” something to you. That’s not fair, or all that genuine (and I want this blog to feel like a safe place). You’re a real human being, with a budget and a busy life. You want to see how this could work for you. I’ve helped hundreds of families work this food into their eating and snacking routines, so I promise you it’s legit.
#BESTMOMHACK Blog & Video Series
I’ve put together a series of videos and blog posts to show you the food in action. My video editing skills aren’t going to wow you (and my hair is a mess!) but it will hopefully give you an up close and better understanding of this delicious, versatile food. I’ll show you how it’s:
And when you’re ready to try it out, make sure you check out my tips and tricks for getting the best value on the food first!
Want to connect with me more about the food, plus see more recipe ideas and get in on prize draws? Join my “Taste and See the Thriving Life” Facebook group!