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Healthy Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies – A new spin on a classic without losing a bit of flavor, are these Healthy Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookie

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Healthy Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies – A new spin on a classic without losing a bit of flavor, are these Healthy Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookie

s. If you loved chewy-on-the-inside but crispy-on-the-outside oatmeal cookies as a child, then these cookies are for you. The Perfect Outdoor Companion: Healthy Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies I came up with the recipe for these healthy chocolate chip oatmeal cookies as a make-ahead treat I could take on our outdoor excursions. You don’t need to be into clean eating to fall in love with them either. They are everything any good oatmeal cookie should be. They are perfectly chewy, sweet and soft. And there’s no reason not to have seconds. How to Make Healthy Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies Oatmeal aside, can these healthy Chocolate...

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THIS WEEK: Look, I am as surprised as you are but it’s time to talk about The Joker #2 because this series is excellent so far.

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THIS WEEK: Look, I am as surprised as you are but it’s time to talk about The Joker #2 because this series is excellent so far.

Note: the review below contains spoilers.  If you want a quick, spoiler-free buy/pass recommendation on the comics in question, check out the bottom of the article for our final verdicts. The Joker #2 Writer: James Tynion IV, with Sam Johns Artist: Guillem March, with Mirka Andolfo Colorist: Arif Piranto, with Romulo Fajardo Jr. Letterer: Tom Napolitano, with Ariana Maher When an ongoing The Joker comic was announced, I was a naysayer. I was burned out on the character, as well as just broadly on the idea of a gritty murdering clown who subverts all that Batman stands for. We’d seen him done artfully...

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Homeschool & Standardized Testing is a post from Confessions of a Homeschooler

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Homeschool & Standardized Testing is a post from Confessions of a Homeschooler

If you’ve enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Erica on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest! Also be sure to stop by her Community to join the discussion or her Store to see her latest items! It’s about that time friends, standardized testing time! Yipee! Have you been worried about standardized testing for your children? Well don’t sweat it! Testing isn’t as hard as you think, YOU CAN DO IT! Here is the information you will need to get started. About this time every year I order our standardized testing for the year. I typically like to administer it as...

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These Crispy Keto Almond Cookies are not in your dreams any longer keto friends.

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These Crispy Keto Almond Cookies are not in your dreams any longer keto friends.

They are dubbed my beautiful mistake that turned into crispy keto almond cookies. This is why experimenting in the kitchen is fun but can get costly if it’s unedible. Fortunately for us these keto almond cookies recipe is one of our favourites. It was last year that I made delicious almond cookies to go along with my dessert tray at Christmas. I wanted there to be sugar-free keto dessert options for Mrs. CBB but it turned out everyone loved them. Hooray for me because any time someone loves what I create it makes me happy. Keto Almond Cookies With A...

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Does the word schedule make you break out in hives? Do you picture yourself harried and deflated at the end of a day on a homeschool daily schedule? Maybe for you, like me, that’s a vivid memory, not a theoretical picture.

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Does the word schedule make you break out in hives? Do you picture yourself harried and deflated at the end of a day on a homeschool daily schedule? Maybe for you, like me, that’s a vivid memory, not a theoretical picture.

Schedules get a negative reaction in the homeschool world, and I totally get why. I mean, can I schedule diaper blowouts and my doorbell ringing and the toddler pulling an open bag of powdered sugar onto herself? Where does that go in the schedule? One thing we learn as soon as we try to live by a written schedule is that we are not actually in control. Guess what? That’s a good thing. If you hate the thought of schedules, if you’ve tried a homeschool daily schedule and it didn’t work, I have three secrets that I hope will cause...

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