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Storage that Saves the Holidays

The smell of pine, the cookies, and the joyous looks on children’s faces…oh, AND…the GIFTS! This could only mean one thing…the Holidays are fast approaching us. No one can deny … Continue Reading →


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Crunchy Smooth Goodness

While I would like to tell you that I peacefully pull together 3 meals from scratch every day, that’s just not reality. Instead, I make what I can and grab-and-go … Continue Reading →


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What’s your prAna Yog Style?

There are a few words that I envision when prAna® comes to mind. Nature. Outdoors. Sustainability. Quality. Luxury. If you daydream of yourself having reached the summit while on an … Continue Reading →


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Stonyfield Ventures Beyond Dairy

As you all know, I love it when a corporation vows (and lives up) to being socially responsible. I have loved Stonyfield® Organic for some time now. It is my … Continue Reading →


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Head-to-Toe Back to School

  Are you gearing up for the start of school?  We are!  Here’s a head-to-toe guide of what you should be getting for your stylin’ kids. Posh Picks to your Porch … Continue Reading →


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Fab-ulous Kids

When I think back to grabbing my small, sparsely packed purse and running out the door to hit up store opening sales with a fresh cup of coffee in hand, … Continue Reading →


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Little Farmers Eat Their Veggies {Guest Editorial}

Greg Carbone (dad, farmer, and creator of DIY Backyard Farm) joins Hip & Healthy Kids to share how his kids joyfully eat their veggies.  You’ll be grabbing a bag of seeds … Continue Reading →


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Lego Storage Blocks for Easter and Beyond

Modern, fun and functional!! A new twist on the Easter Basket! _ Freshly picked for the Hip & Healthy Kids storefront are these adorable 8 peg Lego blocks that make … Continue Reading →


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Kudzu Tummy Tonic

Kudzu (also called Japanese arrowroot) is a fast climbing perennial vine originally from Asia and the Pacific Islands. In the 1800’s, Kudzu was introduced to North America to control soil … Continue Reading →


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These Valentines Rock!

With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, you may be scouring Pinterest for genius ideas on how to celebrate.  My son’s first cupid shot in school, meant the world was our oyster … Continue Reading →


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Upcycled DIY Birdfeeder

The contrast of the cardinals and blue jays against the powdery snow is stunning. We gazed outside from our warm abode in toasty pajamas taking in the exterior landscape. Beautiful, … Continue Reading →


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Mobos Cruise in for Christmas

It’s that time of year, when we start to compile our wishlists for the holiday.  Each year, we try to find one big gift that leaves an impression under the … Continue Reading →