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Morgan Greenwald


Prince George, BC, Canada

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Past articles by Morgan:

Layer Cake, Whipped Cream, And Sugared Strawberries For A Simple Summer Shortcake

Summer is slowly coming to an end, but it’s not too late to take advantage of all the fresh produce at the farmer’s market. From a parmesan zucchini bake to a grilled vegetable salad, there’s no shortage of recipes that take advantage of summer’s bountiful harvest — even when it comes to dessert! In this... → Read More

The Ultimate Chicken Burger Recipe You Can Make In Under 20 Minutes

On LittleThings’ Facebook Live show Slice, we invite the bravest and most innovative members of the food industry to create unique recipes in just 20 minutes. This week, we invited Slice alum chef Eliana Goldman to take on the challenge. In the past, Eliana used her culinary skills to transform leftover chicken parmesan into an entirely new dish. And in... → Read More

These 3 Homemade Compound Butters Will Add The Perfect Burst Of Flavor To Any Bread Basket

On its own, bread is addicting enough, but, combined with fresh compound butter, it’s downright impossible to turn down. Even though I know that the bread basket served at the beginning of the meal will only spoil my appetite, I can’t help but dig into a fresh roll slathered with melted butter. In all honesty, it’s worth... → Read More

Organize Your Snacks, Office Supplies, And More With These Clever Cupcake Liner Hacks

With a little bit of creativity, most of the everyday products we use can be repurposed beyond their original use. Even something you’d never expect, like a bread clip, can easily be transformed into everything from a paintbrush holder to a wire organizer! Typically, cupcake liners are used in the kitchen to give our cupcakes... → Read More

Carve 1-Inch Hole In Vanilla Cupcakes And Fill With Lemon Sauce To Make Lemon Meringue Cupcakes

Lemon desserts are the perfect combination of zesty and sweet, and there are so many ways to enjoy these tasty treats! From lemon flower tarts to a chilled lemon sorbet, there is no shortage of ways to incorporate lemon into your dessert offerings. Lately, these lemon meringue cupcakes have been one of our favorite lemon desserts... → Read More

8 Awesomely Unexpected DIY Planters You’ll Want To Make Right Now

Whether you’re into succulents, florals, or ferns, plants are the perfect green accessory to immediately add life to any room. And with the right planter, you can improve the ambience of the entire house — no matter the season. The best part is that the perfect planter doesn’t have to be expensive. You can actually... → Read More

Before You Toss That Toilet Paper Roll, Make A Beautiful DIY Kaleidoscope With Your Kids

Every parent knows the pain of bored kids. No matter how old your children are, it is an eternal problem for parents to solve: How can I keep the kids occupied? If you’re looking for an affordable and creative activity to do with your kids, then you’ll love this DIY kaleidoscope made with upcycled toilet... → Read More

Mom Reminds Herself To Enjoy The Ride Amidst The Chaos Of Raising 3 Kids

Though being a mom is one of the most rewarding things life has to offer, it is also one of the most difficult both mentally and physically. After all, you have to carry a baby around inside you for nine months and then raise that baby until he or she is a competent, full-fledged adult.... → Read More

The Secret To This Mom’s Happy Marriage: Going On Lots Of First Dates

After being married to the same person for a while, it’s hard to find new ways to keep the marriage fresh. When you’ve been with someone for a number of years, it’s easy to fall into patterns and settle for a routine date night every once in a while. In the latest Truth Bomb Mom, Kristina Kuzmic... → Read More

Couples Married For Over 50 Years Spill Secrets On How They’ve Made Their Relationships Last

Being with the same person for 50 years certainly comes with its fair shares of ups and downs. It goes without saying that in order to be with someone so long, you have to truly love them. Beyond love, every couple has its own unique formula for a successful marriage. In this special Valentine’s Day... → Read More

18 Ways To Put Old Bread Clips To Good Use Around The House

When I buy a loaf of bread at the grocery store, I never think much about the bread clip that keeps my loaf fresh. In fact, I usually toss the clip aside as soon as I open the bag because it’s hard to reattach once removed (and it doesn’t help that I’m lazy). Bread clips... → Read More

Study: Exercise Helps Americans Cope With Bad Days

If you find yourself constantly overwhelmed by assignments at work or always stressing about your finances, then you’re not alone. Rather, you are a part of the majority of Americans who, according to a study conducted by Freeletics, say that they suffer an average of sixty bad days per year. In the study, respondents blamed... → Read More

Many Couples Find Their Valentine’s Day Plans Predictable And Routine Study Finds

After years of being with the same person, things start to become less spontaneous and more routine. And in some relationships, even special occasions like birthdays, anniversaries, and Valentine’s Day start to feel the same after a while, too. According to a study conducted by Groupon, one in four couples believe they have fallen into boring... → Read More

Engaged Couples Are Delaying Their Weddings For Financial Reasons Study Finds

A wedding is one of the most important days in a person’s life—and one of the most expensive. When you take into account the caterers, the dress, and the venue, things start to add up, and most people don’t have tens of thousands of dollars just laying around. According to a new study conducted by... → Read More

Single Dad Walks 11 Miles To And From Work Each Day So Coworkers Chip In On Ultimate Gift: A Car

Parents are often willing to go to extreme lengths to provide for their children and give them the lives that they deserve. As a single dad, 21-year-old Trenton Lewis is the sole provider for his 14-month-old daughter Karmen. Every day, he walks 5.5 miles to work at a UPS facility in Little Rock, Arkansas, and... → Read More

10 Clever Cleaning Hacks To Make Your Kitchen Sparkle

With dirty dishes piling up in the sink and food falling into those hard-to-reach places, the kitchen might be one of the messiest places in the house. There’s no getting around the fact that the more time you spend whipping up delicious meals, the more your kitchen needs to be cleaned. But keeping the kitchen spotless... → Read More

Snowboarder Chloe Kim Tweets She Is Craving Ice Cream In Middle Of Her Olympic Qualifying Runs

At just 17 years old, Chloe Kim is taking the snowboarding world by storm. After making history as the only athlete in X Games history to win three gold medals before her 16th birthday, Chloe now finds herself in Pyeongchang, where she is competing in the Olympics for the first time. “As I got older... → Read More

Jessica Alba Hits Back At Public-Breastfeeding Shamers With Pics Of Her Feeding Her Baby At Work

Jessica Alba is one busy woman. With the recent addition of her third child, Hayes, to her family, Jessica certainly has her hands full, but a new baby hasn’t stopped the entrepreneur and actress from heading into work and running her business, the Honest Company. Jessica and her husband Cash Warren welcomed their first son and... → Read More

Spread The Love This Valentine’s Day With DIY Chocolate Boxes For Dad, Your BFF, And More

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to remind someone how much they mean to you. Traditionally, the holiday is celebrated with a significant other, but it can also be enjoyed with friends, family, or even a friendly neighbor. Chocolate is a go-to gift on Valentine’s Day, and these DIY chocolate boxes that LittleThings and Rachael Ray... → Read More

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