• 7 Secret Uses for Vinegar You Never Thought Of Before

    When I was a little girl, my grandmother used to consult a thin booklet for solutions to all sorts of household problems. It’s called “The Vinegar Book,” and I now have her copy. It has great tips for anything you can think of, and I’m making notes in the margin as I discover new things […]
  • 7 Quick-and Healthy, On-the-Go Options for You or Your Kids!

    I’ve given a lot of thought to food prep in the past few days.  I’m a pretty busy person — by choice — and food preparation can feel like such an inconvenience!  I want my meal prep to be a side act, and not the main attraction —  and from the looks of many kids’ […]
  • 6 Fun Ways to Surprise Your Boyfriend/Husband

    Hi ladies. Looking to surprise your beloved spouse this coming holiday? Just because men have won the reputation for being rather placid about gifts, clothing, décor and everything in between, they are human and any reasonable person will always appreciate when you do something for them because deep down we all know it’s really the […]
    • by Kayiba Mpoyi
    • 4 Years ago
  • 5 Tips for Parents of Teen Drivers

    First your baby jumps out of your car on his first day of school, and before you know it he’s jumping out of the driver’s seat of his own car. You don’t remember turning around, but obviously you did at some point and your son is now a legal, licensed driver. While this is one […]
  • 5 Healthy Ways to Deal with Teens and Parties

    You dealt with it yourself as a teenager, and now you stand face-to-face with the one issue you’d been hoping to avoid with your own children — drinking. Until now all the parties your kids went to seemed innocent enough, but rumors of drinking at your teens’ events have been trickling into your reality. You’re […]
  • 6 Ways to Use Your Home to Promote Activity

    Inertia is a powerful thing. It is the tendency for an object that isn’t moving to resist movement and it is the number one risk factor for inactivity creeping into your lifestyle. The more comfortable you feel curled up on the couch in pajamas and a with a bowl of popcorn the less likely you […]
  • 5 Reasons to Have a Hobby You Enjoy

    Hobbies are what keep me sane. This is absolutely the truth. For me, it’s watching basketball. I love watching games, and it’s a great way to keep my mind off of whatever is going on in my life for a couple of hours. I also often read novels before I go to bed and on the […]
  • What Do The Colors You Wear Say About Your Personality?

    What colors do you find yourself wearing most often? Whether it’s a bright blue or a natural green, our color preferences play a part in our personalities. Betty Wood a, color expert, has some insight into what your color preferences are saying about you. White: Is a strong indicator of youth and purity. It symbolizes the […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 4 Years ago
  • “Sick? . . . Again?” 11 Ways to Keep Your Child In School and Out of Bed

    “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” — Benjamin Franklin Are you caught off guard by your child’s illnesses, worried about your child’s health, and frustrated with the disruption to your life and work?  You can take back control!  Take a look at these 10 ways to keep your child healthy, happy, […]
  • 6 Ways To Improve Your Kids Health And Development

    Most of us are interested in getting healthy. As we mature and grow older, health is something we come to appreciate more. However, you may wonder what life would of been like today if you were interested in health at a young age. Kids don’t think about their health. Kids are too busy being… well… […]
  • 5 Things to Say to Loved Ones Before They Die

    No one can predict the moment of death and nothing ever prepares you for it. The emotional enormity of the experience, its relative rarity and absolute finality gives survivors little frame of reference to draw from. Dutch funeral insurer, Dela, observes that the most beautiful words are often spoken when someone has passed away. However, […]
  • 7 Reasons to Live Authentically

    “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. […]
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