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I know what you’re thinking, “soup in the summer”, yes a fresh garden soup is comfort food but this light summer soup won’t weigh you down and is full of delicious goodness. This plant based recipe can be adapted easily to a semi-vegetarian recipe by adding fish or shrimp. I choose to keep it plant based because you get plenty of protein from the cannoli beans and the great northern beans. Try making this quick and easy recipe as an addition to your weekly meal prep or anytime you want to get more fresh vegetables in your diet in a delicious way. I’d love to see how this recipe turned out for you! Please leave a comment below and share on your favorite social media platform. Some other flavorful summer recipes you may want to try are: Summer Greek Salad

Meet The Couple Sarah & Matt Manley are both native Texans. Their love story began in College Station, TX in 2014 were they met through mutual friends. Both truly believe that their meeting and falling in love was 100% God’s Plan for their lives because their love didn’t happen right away, it took some time for things to develop between them. After love blossomed, they got engaged! Matt orchestrated everything and created a special moment they could share with family. He arranged a holiday vacation that included both families getting together the day after Christmas in Tennessee where he proposed in true gentlemanly fashion. Wedding Details Wedding City: Aubrey, TX Venue: The Milestone Mansion Wedding Day: May 27, 2018 Color Palette: Dusty Rose & Cream with a pop of Burgundy Theme: Romantic, Energetic and Fun Their Wedding Day Memories “The most memorable moments would probably have to be the first look and the private last dance. These moments were special because we were alone, just soaking in each others love.” “I am so glad we decided to do the first…

Summer is finally here and that means warmer weather and longer days full of glorious sunshine. Staying hydrated when the temps are hotter is vital.  Although drinking water is good for you, it can get very boring. Try out this sweet and refreshing watermelon water to stay hydrated and add some versatility to your healthy

Hello Friends, I’m back with my final blog within the finances, faith, and fidelity series. It’s been a pleasure to share on an amazing platform such as Sydnee Event Productions blog “Your Day and Beyond”! Ladies, please remember that growing with your spouse can sometimes be a daunting task. Within marriage our beloved mates can say or do things that cause us to second guess their love for us. I know, I’ve been there. When I’ve experienced marriage problems I’ve used a force much greater than my husband and I to “fix us.” A force that allows me to feel at peace. A force that allows me to state my needs, concerns and problems without feeling judged. A force that allows me to feel comforted that my marriage will be okay. A force that can give my marriage a greater security than I could ever imagine. Prayer is my guiding force reflective of my faith. A long time ago I accepted that I’m imperfect, and can’t have solutions to issues out of my control. I had to trust God’s timing…

Hello friends. It’s exciting to share as a featured blogger for Sydnee Event Productions. I enjoy delivering resourceful tips to empower women before and during their marriages. Within the next three series I will discuss finances, faith, and fidelity as marriage armors to help women cover their unions. Nuptials can lead to a beautiful experience for those who appropriately prepare to honor their wedding vows. Similar to all life journeys, the people who do the best at conquering a challenge are those who prepare the best. Marriage is no different. The first of three marriage armors I want to discuss is finances. Finances are often the leading cause of marital conflict and divorce. Within my therapy practice, couples often voice discontent about how money within their homes is managed. Common trends surrounding this issue are: somebody is spending too much money, someone isn’t mindful of their spending habits, or someone isn’t cleaning up their credit score. Some have said that money is the root of all evil, and I unfortunately think this is true particularly for married couples. It’s important for…