Well, it is the end of March. “Senior Season,” or “#SNRSZN” as the kids call it, is well underway. I can see the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel. Yet that light feels like it is on a train hurdling toward me at record speed and I should probably jump out of its way. The four of us recently attended the bar mitzvah of our dear friends’ son, and it got me feeling really sentimental. He is the baby of my “OG” mommy group, and this milestone truly felt like a finale to my kids’ childhoods.
Spring is here, and with the arrival of the new season come thoughts of spring cleaning our closets and getting rid of those heavy sweaters and jackets. With the longer, lighter days, it’s a perfect time to
re-think some of the foods that kept you cozy this winter and may have packed on a few unwanted pounds. Spring clean those unhealthy habits by saying goodbye to heavy winter foods and welcome the seasonal produce that’s available this time of year.
Here are some simple ways to transition into this new season.