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ENJOY MY NEW E-BOOKS!

My e-book  “DREAMS to REALITY” is now available on     http://tinyurl.com/y7tubzhf;                           (www.amazon.com.   E-Books: Caroline Vogt)

It is available for anybody for FREE over this weekend, SA, June 10th and  SO, June 11th!  Please let your friends know, so they can profit and download it as well .

“Dreams to Reality” is an “easy step by step” guide to transform lives of professionals, parents and students. It guides you on how to create an organized, stress free and beautiful home and work environment as well as a healthy creative lifestyle to fulfill dreams for the home, life, family, work and business.

I wish to help as many people as possible with my English and German books getting their home, work and life organized and beautiful for peace of mind and start living their dreams! Thank you so much for sharing!

Enjoy the book and making your dreams a reality! I welcome any comments and feedback.    caroline.vogt@comcast.net

 

HAPPY HALLOWEEN GIFT BASKET

Created by Caroline

SOOON  IS HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

img_9751  HAVE A SAFE TRICK OR TREAT!

CREATE A CHILDREN HALLOWEEN GIFT BASKET:

CONTENT:

ADD SOME QUALITY CHOCOLATES AND INSTEAD OF

A LOT OF CANDIES SOME DRIED FRUITS & NUTS

SOME POPCORN AND SOME COOKIES

ADD A CHILDREN BOOK AND COLORING BOOK  OR

ANOTHER CUTE LITTLE SPECIAL GIFT  TO

MAKE IT EVEN MORE SPECIAL AND PERSONALIZED

FOR YOUR CHILD!

 

 

 

FAMILY-WEEKEND COOKING FOR AN ENTIRE WEEK

By Caroline

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So many families struggle with time and time-management at home and at work. Helping people organizing, decorating and simplifying life is one of my passions.

The stress during the working-week with doing so many things for the family including shopping and cooking healthy food can be overwhelming.

1.) Make a fun family-evening or weekend to chose some healthy menu-recipes from cook-books and cooking-magazines and include your children in choosing.

2.) Look for balanced meals. Prepare ahead and cook. I recommend to look for 3 categories: for example: Meals with Pasta, Rice and Potatoes. Cook the portions you need for the weekly menus all at once.

3.) The same for veggies: for example: peas & carrots, broccoli/cauliflower, tomatoes

4.) The same for the meats: Chicken, beef, fish

5.) Wash the salads, prepare  and put in fridge, but no more than 1-3 days

5.) Make a copy  from the 7 menu-recipes for the week

6.) Copy or write the separate ingredients-shopping-lists for the recipe.

4.) File  them together to use another time. With a copy you save time in looking for recipes and writing the shopping list several times!

Use a weekend to cook the meals ahead for the week and make single portions for the evening or per person and freeze. If you write the days on the containers and stack them accordingly you have always the right day on hand when you come  home from work/school. Remember: 3 veggies (can be salads), 2 fruits a day to incorporate to your meals.

The benefits: 1.) No stress to find out what to eat each evening. 2.) No running after work in the store. 3.) Knowing  that your family eats a balanced meal a day.  4.) More time spending together as a family at the dinner table.