October 31 Day Instagram Challenge

Brohgan Dieker

Brohgan Dieker

Brohgan Dieker is dedicated to answering the "what's for dinner" question with healthy, quick recipes that can accommodate busy schedules. She is a devout Christian, a wife and mother, and a lover of words and books. She lives in the beautiful Flint Hills of Kansas and holds a degree in English from Kansas State University.
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Every time my toddler slips into a grouchy mood, I hear myself remind him that he can choose to be happy and have fun or he can choose to be grouchy and have a bad time. It’s a choice.

I pull him into my lap and remind him of this a couple of times a week.

I hear myself say it, but I don’t know why it didn’t dawn on me earlier: this exact advice applies to my life as well.

Cooking is something I genuinely enjoy doing, but in the last few weeks, it has definitely felt like a chore.

Spending time in the kitchen is inevitable as a mom. I can choose. Am I going to have a good attitude about it, or am I going to be grouchy and have a bad time?

I have a 31 Challenge for myself: have fun in the kitchen every day in October. I will be posting the results on Instagram as I go! Use the hashtag #funinthekitchen to join in or follow along this month!

Links to the 31 Day Challenge:

Day 1: Introduction
Day 2: Cooking Raman for ME!
Day 3: Taking a selfie with a crock-pot is harder than it looks…
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Every time my toddler slips into a grouchy mood, I hear myself remind him that he can choose to be happy and have fun or he can choose to be grouchy and have a bad time. It's a choice. I pull him into my lap and remind him of this a couple of times a week. I hear myself say it, but I don't know why it didn't dawn on me earlier: this exact advice applies to my life as well. Cooking is something I genuinely enjoy doing, but in the last few weeks, it has definitely felt like a chore. Spending time in the kitchen is inevitable as a mom. I can choose. Am I going to have a good attitude about it, or am I going to be grouchy and have a bad time? I have a 31 Challenge for myself: have fun in the kitchen every day in October. Use the hashtag #funinthekitchen to join in or follow along this month!

 

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