Blog Love Friday! 2015 May 15

Blog Love Friday

This is for the LOCAL SPROUTS … its back!!! What am I so excited about? This Sunday is the start of the Leslieville Farmers Market season. Yippie! We spend most Sundays at this Market in the Jonathan Ashbridge Park. Our favourites: Kai of City Gourmet, the lovely family of Bizjak Farms, and my daughter’s favourite, the Waffle Bar. These are three stands that we purchase from nearly every week. Yum Yum. I’m so happy that our Sunday community activity is back. Drop by & bring a blanket for a picnic. Enjoy the food, set the Little Sprouts free in the playground and relax.

4 Big Myths About Organic Food | Eating Made Easy
I like going to the Leslieville Farmers Market because it links the community with (as their site states) “local environmentally responsible food producers”. It takes a long time (and money) to gain organic status, so a farm may be following organic practices but are not officially certified. Amelia of Eating Made Easy reviews some of the big myths about organic food. She has spent years educating herself about nutrition and is passionate about feeding her family in a healthy way.

5 Nerdy But Cool Free Things To Do on the Long Weekend | Global News
I am certain that there are many people out there that are excited this is a long weekend. Global News shared five activities that families can participate in … and the best part is they are all free.

Looking for some ideas on recipes, organization or things to do with your Lil Sprout? Come check out my Pinterest page and the things that inspire me to become more balanced.

In the comments, please share articles that you read this week that helped you SPROUT some BALANCE! And remember to follow us and SPROUT a conversation on Twitter – @sproutbalance

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