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I’m a Helper, Plain and Simple

I’m a Helper, Plain and Simple

by MAIRLYN SMITH
Contributor

Is it because I am a mom, a middle child, a wife?  Maybe.

Add in: I’m a former Girl Guide, an ex-school teacher, and a professional home economist and you are on to something.  I’m on a mission to make people’s lives easier and healthier, one person at a time.

As a Type A personality – also known as the Bossy Pants Gene – I’m going to give you directions for the journey that you’re on.

You want recipes? I’ve got a vault full. Every day you can log on and discover the next easy to make recipe that’ll taste too good to be good for you, because that‘s the kind of food I’m about – easy, delicious, nutritious. You need to take care of your health and the health of your loved one – one recipe at a time.

I’m even going to invite you into my kitchen, click on the Cook with Mairlyn button and you’ll be in my kitchen, virtually, no news on the teleportation button yet.

Want to know how to make a quick nutrient dense dinner that everyone will eat, click HERE.

A Breakfast Grab and Go cookie that has 6 grams of heart-healthy fiber and chocolate, click HERE.

Think of me as your Fairy Godmother in the Kitchen; full of dinner ideas, tips, tricks, and a whole lot of solutions to make your life easier.

Peace, love and fibre,

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