Novasure Procedure Reviews

Do you suffer from extremely heavy periods that last days on end? After discussing with your doctor, did he or she recommend that you look into something called the Novasure procedure? Are you nervous about this procedure and don’t know where to start your research? If you answered yes to any of the questions above, then you came to the right place! I had the Novasure procedure a little over 8 years ago and while I was very nervous, it was the best decision I ever made. Reading Novasure Procedure reviews really helped me get over my apprehension.

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If you are not familiar with what the Novasure Procedure is, it is an endometrial ablation that is for women that is done having children. If you are unsure if you are done having children, then do not get this procedure done. It is dangerous for women to get pregnant after this procedure.

Like I mentioned, I had an endometrial ablation done a little over 8 years ago. You can read about my procedure here. If you are like me, you like to review the crap out of everything and will spend hours searching the internet for every review possible. Lucky for you, I’ve cut your research down a bit by compiling all the reviews right here! You’re welcome!

Novasure Procedure Reviews

A Novasure Ablation 1 Year Update

My Experience with Novasure

Novasure Day One

Post-Op

Frequently Asked Questions about Ablation

I Zapped My Uterus

Benefits and Risks

There you go! Now read, read, and read some more! I can’t tell you if this is the right decision for you, but I can tell you that over eight years later, I am still glad that I had this procedure done. Why live with heavy periods and pain every month if you don’t have to? I knew I was done having children, so for me, having the Novasure Procedure was a good decision for me.

Leave a comment with questions. While I am not a doctor and cannot answer medical questions, I can answer based on my experience alone.


The Best Big Game Recipes

Well, if you are like me, you are probably very excited for The Big Game coming up on February 5th. Whether you are watching for the actual football game or to see the commercials, one thing is for sure…you want to have great food to eat! Am I right? So to help you get started with your amazing game-day menu, I’ve put together a round-up of the best Big Game recipes. There is definitely something here for everyone of all ages. You will not be disappointed!

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The Best Big Game Recipes!

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No Big Game party is complete with out sliders. This recipe for Chicken Parmesan Sliders is unique and looks absolutely delicious. You can find this yummy recipe over at Viva Veltoro! I bet both kids and adults will love this recipe!

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Who doesn’t love chicken wings? I think every football watching fan will expect to have chicken wings a their Big Game party! This recipe for oven baked buffalo wings look amazing! You can find the recipe over at Saving Dollars & Sense! I will be making these for sure!

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Pizza is one of my favorite things. The recipe for these pizza hand pies can be found over at Courtney’s Sweets. They look super quick and easy to make! Definitely a big plus when you are having a party!

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I am a huge fan of jalapeno anything. The more spice, the better. So I’m already drooling over these jalapeno popper meatballs! Don’t they sound amazing? You can find the recipe for these (and other yummy recipes) over at Mom Foodie!

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Who loves potato skins? If you said “ME!!” then you will enjoy this recipe for loaded BBQ chicken potato skins. This hearty recipe can be found over at Honey & Lime. Don’t let the picture scare you! Check out the recipe. It sounds very easy to make!

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Can’t decide what kind of theme you want to have for your party? What about a fondue party? This super easy recipe for pizza fondue is perfect for your game-day party menu! You can find this recipe over at What’s That Smell?

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When I think about foods that are great for game-day parties, I think about finger foods. This recipe for toasted ravioli definitely fits the bill! You can find this recipe over at Honey & Lime!

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Everyone loves Mac & cheese! That’s why this recipe for fried Mac & Cheese bites sound so amazing and again, the perfect bite sized appetizer for your game-day party! You can find this recipe over at Thrifty Jinxy.

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No party is complete with out meatballs. This unique recipe for easy cheesy sausage balls is a little different, but one than traditional meatballs, but it is one that I think everyone will like! You can find the recipe over at Jenn’s Raq!

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Last, but certainly not least, we have this amazing hot bacon spinach dip recipe! I think every party I ever go to, there is a spinach dip there! However, this recipe calls for bacon and well…bacon makes everything better! You can find this recipe at Finding Zest!

So…what do you think? Are these the best big game recipes or what? Because I love you all so much, here are a few more big game recipes I think you may like:

Fresh Guacamole

The Ultimate Party Meatballs recipe

Bacon Wrapped Smokies (there’s that bacon again!)

Sriracha Lime Hummus

Spaghetti and Meatball Kabobs

Sweet and Spicy Jalapeno Wings

Well, there you have it!

Over 10  of the best big game recipes you will find on the web! Enjoy your game-day party!


Peanut Butter Banana Bread

One thing my kids love for me to make is banana bread. If they wake up or come home from school and smell that tell tale banana bread smell, they get very excited and I literally can’t keep them from trying to eat the banana bread or muffins while they are too hot! This gluten free banana cranberry muffin recipe is one they really like. If you don’t eat gluten free, simply sub your regular flour for the gluten free flour! So when I found this recipe for peanut butter banana bread, I knew I had to make it for the kids and share it with all of you!

Peanut Butter Banana Bread Recipe

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Ingredients

  • 1 3/4 C Peanut Butter (save 1 cup for peanut butter sauce)
  • 1/4 C Butter
  • 2 C Granulated Sugar
  • 4 Eggs
  • 3 C Flour (or this gluten free flourpeanut butter banana)
  • 2 tsp Baking Soda
  • 1/4 C Salt
  • 3 Ripe Bananas, mashed
  • 1 tsp Vanilla
  • 12 Reese Miniatures, cut into fourths

Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free All Purpose Baking Flour, 44 Ounce (Pack of 4)Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free All Purpose Baking Flour, 44 Ounce (Pack of 4)

Directions

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Grease one loaf pan.
  2. In a mixing bowl, beat the sugar and eggs on medium speed until fully combined.
  3. Add the peanut butter and mix thoroughly.
  4. In another bowl, combine the flour, baking soda, and salt. Add the flour mixture, slowly, to the wet batter and mix until combined.
  5. Add in the mashed bananas and chopped Reese Miniatures and mix.
  6. Pour the batter into the loaf pan and bake in the oven for 40 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.
  7. Allow the peanut butter banana bread to cool completely.
  8. While the bread is cooling, take the 1 cup of peanut butter you saved and place it in a microwave safe dish and melt in 30 second increments until it is fully melted. Pour over the loaf of peanut butter banana bread.

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Doesn’t this look (and sound) so delicious?!? What is better than bananas and peanut butter? NOTHING! You should totally wow your family this weekend and make this for them. You won’t regret it! They (and you) will love this peanut butter banana bread recipe!

Other banana bread recipes you may like are:

Banana Bread with Chocolate Chips

Strawberry Banana Bread

Orange Banana Muffins


Free Valentine’s Day Printable Cards

Believe it or not, Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. If you have kids in school, they are probably already begging you to buy their Valentines to hand out to their classmates. My daughter has already asked me to get Fun Dip for her classmates. But in true Bella fashion, she likes to make her cards. If this sounds like your child (or you just want to make your own), then this free Valentine’s Day printable cards is for you!

Free Valentine’s Day Printable Cards

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Aren’t these free Valentine’s Day printable cards super cute?!? There are so many inexpensive options you can pick up to add with these DIY Valentine’s Day cards! One idea, and a relatively inexpensive idea, is to print out these cards and add these Valentine’s Day pencils.

If your kid is like mine and insisting on giving their friends Fun Dip, then by all means, get the kids Fun Dip candy! I found the cheapest price on Amazon. Pick it up before it’s too late!

Another idea is to put together little favor bags. Amazon has a great assortment of Valentines Day party favors for a really good price. Simply print out the free Valentine’s Day printable cards and attach it to your favor bags!

Print the free Valentine’s Day printable cards HERE

Wouldn’t you like to make your own Valentine’s Day cards? What ideas do you have to add to these free Valentine’s Day printable cards? Will you be going with one of the ideas I posted above?

If you liked this post, then you need to check out the other Valentine’s Day posts I have. You will like these other Valentine’s Day posts:

Valentine’s Day Crafts

Non-Candy Valentine’s Day Ideas

Valentine’s Day DIY Gift Ideas

Strawberry White Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe

DIY Date Night Jar


Valentine’s Day Crafts Round-Up

Valentine’s Day is coming up and I don’t know about your family, but ours love that holiday! My daughter gets excited about the Valentine’s she gets to hand out to her classmates. My son is in middle school, so like most middle school kids, I’m sure he will want to get something for a girl, even if they are just friends. I think it’s pretty sweet. Besides writing out Valentine’s, my daughter also enjoys making Valentine’s Day crafts. So in honor of my daughter, I put together this round-up of Valentine’s Day crafts that are easy and fun!

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Each of these crafts are very different and have varying degrees of difficulty. However, with that said, I am pretty sure my daughter (10 years old) could make each and every one of these crafts!

Valentine’s Day Crafts Round-Up

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The first craft I decided to share with you is really clever. It’s a Love Potion necklace from Momdot! If you haven’t been to Momdot before, then you need to stop what you are doing and head over there to check out how to make this adorable Love Potion necklace and check out some of the other crafts and recipes. They are great!

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This Valentine’s Day Rag Wreath is something my daughter would love to make! Not only would this look cute on the front door, but you could make one for different seasons and holidays by using different fabrics. Head on over to Third Stop on the Right for the directions on how to make this super cute Valentine’s Day craft!

valentine's day crafts

This next craft is another one that my daughter would enjoy making and hanging all over our house! She loves anything and everything that has to do with making things out of paper. So 3D Paper Hearts are right up her ally (and I’m sure your kids…or even you, would enjoy making them too)! You can find the directions for this craft at Suburbia Unwrapped!

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These bird seed hearts are my favorite Valentine’s Day crafts! We have a big tree in our backyard and I’d love to make some of these and hang them in the tree! I’m sure the many birds that are always in my yard tormenting my cat, would appreciate it! You can find the directions at Thrifty Jinxy.

Valentine's day crafts

This is an absolutely adorable craft to do with your kids. Have them each get their own coffee mug and have them decorate it for dad, grandma or whomever they would like to make this Valentine’s Day craft for! You can find the directions for this craft at A Grande Life!

valentine's day crafts

This last craft is absolutely adorable! It would be a perfect craft to make to add to your table, a shelf, your mantle or anywhere you would like it! You can find the directions at Simply Being Mommy!

So…what do you think of these Valentine’s Day crafts? They are all easy enough to do and super cute! Which one will you be making first?