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Shannon Mangerchine

Shannon Mangerchine
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Shannon lives in Central City, New Orleans with her husband, Jeremy, and three sons, Noah, Eli and Zeke. She left a career in Human Resources to take on her dream of being a stay-at-home mom. During this time, she and her husband founded a non-profit called Bastion Resources with the purpose of inspiring others to live a life of intimacy with God. Shannon is passionate about creating community and engaging in meaningful conversation around the dinner table. Recently, she created The Intentional Daily Journal to help people live with more purpose and clarity, which is available for purchase on Amazon. In her free time, Shannon enjoys all types of fitness, trying new restaurants, reading and discussing books with her book club, coffee dates with friends and hanging at the park with her family. Shannon is constantly creating new healthy recipes and sharing them on her blog Dinner Done by 9am.

4 Reasons Why You Should Make Your Picky Eaters Eat School Lunch

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If you follow my Instagram feed you might incorrectly assume that my kids are great eaters and aren’t picky at all. Truth is, each of my kids is picky in their own way. They...

Quick and Easy Weeknight Dinners

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With school and after school activities back in full swing we all need a few quick and easy dinners in our back pocket. Certain dinners lend themselves better to quick preparation, things like stir-fry,...

How to Choose a Word for the Year and Stay Focused on it

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The basic idea behind having a word for the year is to pick one word in January that resonates with you and that you would like to focus on for the entire year. This...

Looking Back to Look Ahead :: Journal Prompts to Reflect on the Prior Year...

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Thoughtful reflection and journaling are my jam because #thatintrovertlife. Toward the end of each year, I block off an hour to sit at a park or coffee shop to reflect on the year drawing...

10 Tips for Reducing Stress When Hosting Guests

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  The holidays are in full swing, thus the season for parties, dinners, and gatherings with family and friends. Many of us will be hosting guests throughout the season, here are a few practical ways...

15 Items to Buy and 5 Items to Avoid at Trader Joe’s

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Trader Joe’s has developed such a cult-like following that every morning, a row of shoppers line up in front of this popular store waiting for them to open. TJ’s is known for having healthy...

Mom Hack :: Saving Time and Sanity with Winn-Dixie Delivery

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Disclosure:: This post is sponsored by Winn-Dixie Delivery. Mom Hack :: Saving Time and Sanity with Winn-Dixie Delivery Picture this scene from a few months ago; it was a summer day and I had all 3...

Friendsgiving 101 :: What You Need to Know to Host Your Friends This Holiday

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Since the hit 90s show, Friends, captured our beloved Monica, Joey, Rachel, Chandler, Ross and Phoebe gathering around a table enjoying their holiday fare Friendsgiving celebrations have been increasing in popularity across the county....

Fall Recipe Round-Up :: 50 Recipes to Celebrate the Season

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After that cool front day last week, and in hopes of temperatures continuing to drop within the upcoming weeks, it's time to start breaking out all the Fall recipes. Soup, stew and chili will...

Does Shopping at Costco Save Money? :: 20 Items to Buy and 5 Items...

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Moms love Costco, and for a good reason - buying in bulk means fewer shopping trips and more money saved, who wouldn’t be on board with that? Also, can you say double carts and...

40 Fall Family Activities :: A NOLA Bucket List for Fall

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Fall has arrived, so bring on the boots, scarves, sweaters, pumpkin spice lattes, football and all the Fall activities. Here are 40 fun family activities to celebrate the season: Visit a pumpkin patch Carve...

Bowl Meals :: Revolutionizing Dinner

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Bowl meals have become a hot trend in food as of late. Vietnamese noodle bowls and Poke bowls have won over the hearts and bellies of diners in increasing numbers, and now home cooks...

Mom is a Person, Too

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I still remember the first MOPS (Mother’s of Preschoolers) meeting I ever attended 5 years ago. The vulnerable feeling of walking into a room full of moms, only casually knowing a couple of them....

Meal Planning Made Easy

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We’ve all been there, it’s one of those busy days where nothing seems to go as planned. You end up frazzled and suddenly it’s 5 pm, your people are hungry and asking for food....

 

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