Bicycle Safety Tips for Children

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Planning a family vacation with a special needs child

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Grilling Safety Tips

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Nutrition Tips for baby boomers

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Child Safety

Bicycle Safety Tips for Children

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As a kid, I remember the incredible feeling of freedom whenever I jumped on my bike and rode over to my friend’s house or down the street for a slice of pizza.  I would spend hours on my bicycle every day.  I’m sure that, back then, my mother never even considered having me wear a […]

Planning a family vacation with a special needs child

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For any mom, trying to coordinate family vacations can be stressful. For those of us who are trying to coordinate a vacation that includes our neuro-typical children as well as our special needs’ child, (not to mention our spouses and older parents with disabilities) that task can be overwhelming. The National Autism Network, has provided […]

National Safety Council reveals largest safety threats facing Americans

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The National Safety Council today released the 2014 edition of Injury Facts®, which details safety statistics and trends across the U.S. and worldwide. Injury Facts® has been the Council’s go-to resource for all safety statistics for more than 90 years. Among the more surprising statistics in the 2014 edition: Poisonings, including those from unintentional opioid […]

New Year’s Resolutions That Will Transform Your Life

I’ve never been one for New Year’s Resolutions.  It always seems like you’re forced to find something to change and, quite frankly, they never seem to last for anyone.  But as I was taking a walk this morning, I started thinking about the things I’ve done this past year that have gotten me to a […]

Making your home festive and safe for the holidays

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Disclaimer – I have a material and/or financial connection because I received a gift, sample of a product and/or compensation for consideration in preparing to write this content. All opinions stated within are my own.   ‘Tis the season!—you’re decorating for the holidays, going to parties, and wrapping up presents.  At this time of year there’s a […]

The gift you must give yourself this holiday – acceptance

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I was having a conversation with a friend the other day who’s going through a divorce.  She’s filled with anger towards her ex.  Whether it’s justified or not, it’s how she feels.  But what I pointed out to her is that this anger that’s raging inside of her is not changing or affecting him in […]

The disguises women choose to wear even when it’s not Halloween

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It’s usually only one day a year, on Halloween, when our kids don costumes and pretend to be someone else.  As women, it seems we do it far too often.  I’ve had many friends say to me that they stopped working when they had kids and, while they love being a mom, they dearly miss […]

Home organizing tips for safety and serenity

Disclaimer –  I have a material and/or financial connection because I received a gift, sample of a product and/or compensation for consideration in preparing to write this content. All opinions stated within are my own. As a national child safety expert, all too often I am asked to discuss some of the most overlooked hazards in […]

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