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Three ideas for Moms By Eat Live Run

Three ideas for Moms By Eat Live Run

 

EatLiveRun.com is a creative website run by a woman named Jenna. She started it over a decade ago and talks a lot about food, travel, and stories of her life.

The Whole 30

This is a diet regime that Jenna and her husband had started following. The diet is about restricting certain foods, such as confectionary food or bread and embracing other plant-based food. Jenna has described each week and what she ate and how she felt about it. They never finished the program but the idea is insightful and some women may find it interesting to follow her stories and experiences. Jenna’s recipe corner is amazing and most of the recipes on the blog have been created by her.

Travel Spots and Photography Ideas

Jenna travels a lot; her blog has detailed records about her trips to Gualala, Yosemite, Stockholm, and Monterey. Her experiences are fantastic, but her photographs are even more so. Moms can get ideas about how to take the best pictures of their children, their children playing with their father, or of you. They are all really beautiful.

Baby clothes and cloth diapering

Jenna has a dedicated post about baby clothes and cloth diapering separately. Some moms might find these ideas quite radical. Jenna explains her point of view and gives illustrations of why these ideas make good sense economically and for the health of the baby. Jenna is careful to list how to start the process, what to buy, how many a newborn needs and how to be prepared if you decide to dive into cloth diapering.

 

The baby clothes posts have details about many of the baby carriers Jenna owns, uses, and loves. She has even added helpful links for readers to look further.

 

 



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