Everything You Need for the Fourth of July

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“Land of the free. Home of the brave.”

Hi Three to Five Tribe! The Fourth of July is a week away and America is turning 241 years young. #murica Whether you are celebrating on the lake with family, grilling out with friends, or shooting off fireworks at the neighborhood block party, I have a list of everything you need to help you prepare for a happy, safe, and successful Independence Day. Grab a sparkler and let’s get to it!


A Go to Guide for Fourth of July

RECIPE: Side Dish
This summertime side dish takes less than 20 minutes to make and is perfect for those looking for an easy dish to bring to your Fourth of July celebration.

7 Tips for Staying Healthy During the Holidays
Whether it is the Fourth of July or Christmas, the same rules apply!

Worth It Foods vs. Not Worth It Foods
Eating healthy but still want to enjoy the Fourth of July treats? Determine what foods are worth it (or not worth it) before heading out for your backyard BBQ.

RECIPE: Dessert
This dessert is super simple, just throw everything in a blender, chill, and eat! Bonus, it’s Keto friendly.

How to Choose the Best Cut of Steak
Can’t decide which cuts make the cut? This guide will help you pick the perfect cut of steak for you and all of your guests.

How to Host the Fourth of July
Whether you are hosting a Fourth of July event or attending one, these tips will make your summertime celebration a complete success!


Have a happy (and safe) Fourth of July everyone! Remember to hydrate while you dehydrate, apply (and reapply) SPF, and most importantly, enjoy the true meaning of this summertime celebration.

Let Freedom Ring,
-ox

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2 thoughts on “Everything You Need for the Fourth of July

  1. Thanks for all the great tips Ash!! I love that side dish you shared. I make a similar version without the couscous and onion and quinoa instead. Maybe I’ll try it with couscous this time!! Yum!

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    1. Thank you for always reading and showing support girlie, it means so much! Unfortunately my body has a hard time digesting quinoa, so I had to give it up about 3 years ago, but that sounds like a delicious and hardy dish to share. Yum!

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