healthy turkey bolognese recipe
in Good Eats, Home, On the Menu, Recipes

Delicious and Healthy Turkey Bolognese Recipe

This year, one of my main focuses is to eat more at home and expand my culinary creativity. So far I’ve been sticking to it. For you, that means some great recipes are headed your way for LifeDoneWell like this delicious and healthy turkey bolognese recipe! Let’s begin with this simple yet flavorful take on American-style bolognese sauce. Ground turkey adds flavor without the harmful…

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top tips for managing belize flights
in Getting There, International, Travel Done Well, Travel Tips

Top Tips for Managing Belize Flights

Belize is one of our favorite escapes. We love the people, the food, the beauty, and the fly fishing. It is totally relaxing! Plus, there are so many options for things to do and truly something for everyone. You can have a beach vacation, a jungle retreat, a grand adventure,  just relax, or any combination of it all. But, flying to and around Belize can…

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JINYA Ramen Bar in Omaha
in Good Eats, Omaha, Restaurants

JINYA Ramen Bar Omaha: A Must Visit for Ramen Lovers

With the past runaway success of Omaha’s now defunct Ramen Fest, it’s only natural that ramen lovers would hope for more local shops to get their slurp on. Now serving up delicious ramen, and “a bowl above all others” is JINYA Ramen Bar. This new-to-the-Midwest concept, located near 72nd and Dodge, joins Yoshi Ya and Ika Ramen as Omaha’s ramen restaurant trifecta. While the strip…

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omaha restaurants
in Omaha, Restaurants

Omaha Restaurants 2018: A Year In Review

As the new year begins, let’s reflect on the state of our culinary health citywide in the Omaha restaurant scene. It has been a strong year for new concepts, old favorites moving to different spots, and additional locations for locally-owned gems. But there were also, sadly, a handful of closures. Read on for my thoughts on Omaha restaurants 2018’s changes. I encourage you to get…

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dos and don't for being that aunt
in Kids & Family, That's Life

Do’s and Don’ts for Being “That Aunt”

I consider myself “That Aunt”. I say it all cheery and happy…full of buying my nieces and nephews what they want, allowing them to eat what they want, and most likely saying things that I want.  But, I am pretty sure when my siblings and their spouses say “That Aunt”, they use a different tone… Finding the balance is really hard. There are three of us sisters….

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