Take the pressure off dinner.
Between kids, careers, commutes, and well, just the demands of everyday life, figuring out how to make a healthy and family-pleasing dinner seven days a week is too much to bear. But fret not. There's an easy solution, and it doesn't have to involve any additional trips beneath those Golden Arches (no judgment!). The answer, of course, is an Instant Pot. What's an Instant Pot, you may ask? Well, it's basically a magical multi-cooker contraption that comes with a plug that allows you to throw a whole bunch of foods in a single vessel and cook all those things at once—and it all happens very, very fast. And most Instant Pot parts are dishwasher safe, so cleanup is a snap, too! So while it's tempting to serve the kids an endless supply of microwaved chicken fingers (again, no judgment), there's an alternative—how about 25 fresh and exciting chicken Instant Pot recipes ranging from soups or stews to ways to cook with chicken thighs or breasts. Once you get the pot rolling with chicken dinners, you can add a whole bunch of other Instant Pot dishes to the dinner rotation, leaving you with a little more free time for Blue Bloods, cornhole, crafts, or whatever else you can fit in before duty calls once again.
Adam: (1) "Although Harvard once listed her as a minority faculty member for statistical purposes" That is burying the fact that she traded on her "ancestry" for years prior to the Harvard identification. Her misuse of that characteristic/demographic/etc. was much more widespread and inappropriate than this article describes. (2) "In October 2018, in response to President Trump’s “Pocahontas” taunts, she released the results of a DNA test that showed a minuscule amount of Native American ancestry" If my memory is correct, the test showed that her ancestry was attributed to South American people and not associated with Cherokee as she claimed. Not only was the amount minuscule, it was not supportive of her claim. If she receives the nomination, Warren may have a hard time answering both questions about her socialist-leaning platform, as well as whether she benefited from intentional misrepresentation of her demographics, both of which likely turn off independents and moderate Republicans.