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Laundry Room Safety and Sweepstakes Offer

American Cleaning Institute Launches KEY Pledge Campaign   Disclaimer – I am a paid blogger for the American Cleaning Institute.  However, all thoughts and opinions stated within are my own. Last week, the American Cleaning Institute (ACI) launched a consumer safety education campaign to increase awareness about proper usage, storage and handling of single-load liquid laundry packets.  As […]

Yoga helps Caregivers Stress

5 Reasons to practice yoga As the caregiver for my father, husband and son, finding ways to stay physically and emotionally healthy are critical.  Yoga has been my saving grace.   Not only does yoga help me stay strong, it clears my mind and helps me release the stress of the day.  Before you say “I […]

4th of July Safety – Swimming, driving and grilling

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.   The first thing that comes to mind when talking about 4th of July safety issues is, of course, fireworks but […]

Does Your Teen Suffer From Digital Dementia?

Dementia, the loss of mental functions such as thinking, memory and reasoning is a disease that typically affects the elderly.  However, a disorder known as “digital dementia,” is new type of cognitive condition that is beginning to affect youth technology users in their early 20s and teens, a generation raised on digital media.  According to […]

Heatstroke in Children – Know the Symptoms

General Motors Foundation and Safe Kids Worldwide launch campaign Summer is in full swing, and so is the heat.  With that comes the heightened risk of heatstroke.  Heatstroke is the leading cause of non-crash, vehicle-related deaths for children under 14 years of age.  More than half of heatstroke deaths occurred when a distracted caregiver forgot […]

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5 Summer Healthy Eating Tips for Kids

After years of struggle, the American Medical Association, the nation’s largest physician organization, decided to recognize obesity as a disease on Tuesday.  A third of children and teenagers are overweight or obese, which is a growing number today.  Obesity can increase the risk of many other diseases such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and […]

Family, Friends and Faith

This was another one of those weeks where I almost could feel the earth shifting under my feet.  My 40’s have undoubtedly been a time of personal growth, acceptance and letting go.  This week however was probably the most emotional. In the span of a week I: Allowed myself to let go of a friendship […]

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