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Causes of Kitchen Fires from Non-Cooking Appliances

This blog is sponsored by Travelers   It’s logical to assume that cook tops, stoves, microwaves and toasters are the appliances that cause  fires in the kitchen.  But, did you know that kitchen fires also commonly involve refrigerators, freezers or dishwashers? This week is National Fire Prevention Week and, while your kids will probably be getting […]

SIDS Risk Reduction Tips

Perhaps the most devastating event that could happen to a parent is the death of a child. It is even more tragic when it is unpreventable and unpredictable. Unfortunately this happens to approximately 2,000 babies every year — Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). The good news is that since the launch of the national Back […]

How to Prevent Cooking Fires

This blog is sponsored by Travelers   Recently my kids have really gotten into cooking.  It’s a terrific hobby and allows them to practice their math and science skills while learning about dishes from various cultures. I’m passionate about cooking as well so it’s been a great way to bond (and for my husband to enjoy […]

Aging in Place is the Best Way to Prevent Assisted Living Tragedies

Accessibility modifications and in-home care provide greater peace of mind for Aging in Place It probably shocked many people when they read the story about the 87 year-old woman who died at an assisted living facility because a staff member refused to administer CPR despite a 911 operator insisting she do so or find someone […]

Baby Safety Month – Safe Organization is Key!

Disclaimer – I am a paid blogger for the American Cleaning Institute.  However, all thoughts and opinions stated within are my own.   September is recognized as Baby Safety Month.  If you’re expecting or have a new baby in the home, now is a good time to make sure you’re fully prepared when it comes to safety. […]

Today’s Drive4Pledges Day – Take The Pledge Not To Text and Drive #ItCanWait

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. For months I’ve been talking about AT&T’s It Can Wait campaign. You’ve probably heard some of their PSAs and seen the […]

Don’t Text and Drive Infographic

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Moms making a difference

Heather Borden Herve´ is bringing GOOD News back to her community Recently I joined a women’s small business group in my town.  It started out, as most things do with women these days, with a question I happened to post on our town Facebook page.  I wanted to see if anyone had some marketing tips […]