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Milk and Eggs Community Posts: Motherly Love

Milk and Eggs Community Posts: Motherly Love

Earlier this week we celebrated Mother's Day so we are honored to feature some amazing mothers in our Milk and Eggs community.

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Happy Galentine's Day from us girls😘 Thank You for being part of our circle of girlfriends here on IG & sharing some of life's most special moments with us♥️ . 🍩The sweet vegan treats I ordered from @milkandeggscom are featured in the February issue of The Good Tribe newsletter. Sign up to receive it through @original_good_goods (which you should be following already because it's such an awesome IG account!) DM me if you want a link to this Month's issue. #healthylifestyle #familytravel #cleanbeauty #veganrecipes 🌹 . . . #AD #galentinesday #vegans #vegano #momsonamission #motherdaughter #familybiz #smallbiz #shoplocal #shopsmart #delivery #momlife #lifestyleexpert #girlmom #valentines #veganfood #vegandessert @milkandeggscom

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WEEKENDS. Although I like to be productive on weekends too. I also like to have them feel like “weekends”. This is how I do it. I usually only make TWO plans (1 social meeting with a friend, and 1 family activity which both take the majority of the weekend). Everything else, I go with the flow, however and whenever I feel like doing something, without a set schedule, and always trying to do a bit of everything of the below 1. Me time. I’m always with Sofia. So i make sure I get time alone. 1h at gym, I get my nails done, or a massage. 2. Work. I do have to work on the weekends but it’s definitely different = emails & calls aren’t coming in (as much), and there are no meetings. So I focus on anything I can do to advance, like writing newsletters & press releases, writing clients social media captions and planning their weekly content, for example. 3. Hubby time. Once Sofia goes to bed on weekdays we do work a majority of the time. So on weekends we enjoy the nights together, alone. 4. I plan the week. I love to start the week organized to be productive. 5. I schedule the groceries for the week so i don’t have to worry about that all week. I use a delivery service @milkandeggscom so I don’t have to go to the store either. Ordering online is WAY quicker, and I can schedule the exact day that I want them to be delivered. Plus, I not only save time, but money too: cutting third parties and being delivered straight from the farms / source = cheaper and fresher! You can use my code lauragimbert for extra $ to spend & free delivery! 6. Laundry. Damn laundry 😂 But it needs to get done and weekends are when we choose to do it. It’s annoying but it feels good to start the week with all the clothes clean and up! 7. Relax. YES, there are days where I want to do absolutely nothing. And if I do feel like that (body asking me to do nothing) then I do just that! It’s ok to be completely unproductive one day, you’ll be more productive tomorrow! 8. Baby meal prepping. A schedule for this is coming. Is there something you like specifically doing on the weekends? Do you plan out your weekends, leave them empty and go with the flow? Or a mix of both like me?

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Bossam [Korean Pork Belly Wraps] 😋 It’s the perfect food to share & enjoy with family and friends. I know I said I’d post the recipe the last time I made it, but then I totally forgot😅so I made a quick video for you guys! . . . . . . Clean and rinse about 3 lbs pork belly. Cut one yellow onion into fourths. Slice ginger. Add the onion, ginger, 15 garlic cloves, 2 TBSP soy bean paste, 2 TBSP brown sugar, 1 cup freshly brewed coffee, and enough water to cover into the pot. Add 1 TBSP whole peppercorns. Cover and cook for 1 hour over medium high heat making sure to turn the pork over in between. Lower the heat and cook for another 15-20 minutes. Remove pork, let cool before slicing. Serve warm with Napa cabbage, perilla leaves and Spicy radish kimchi. You can find the radish kimchi recipe up on the blog in the archives. #sweetandsavorhie

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Say hello to @milkandeggscom newest Ambassador #grandmapopo! . . Ad She will be sharing her cooking shows through our instastories about once a month using ingredients from @milkandeggscom grocery delivery service. If you’re in the Los Angeles or Orange County area, you HAVE TO check them out. They offer some really unique locally sourced food items! Peep our stories for #grandmapopo’s first unboxing! . . Coming up next: #grandmapopo brews her own kombucha. Like literally. She’s been drinking mushroom tea since I was a kid, which also means I always had a growing fungus in my house at all times. She won’t be back in town until the end of February, so fill you @milkandeggscom with all the kombucha in the meantime! Don’t forget to use code “littlegraythread” for $20 off! (#linkinbio) . . #milkandeggspartner #grandmapopo #groceries #losangeles #orangecounty #homecooking #grandma #grandmalove #milkandeggsambassador

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