Blogging seems like it would be a pretty cushy gig. Stay home, make your own hours and write. The thing is the hours can actually be quite long, and many times deadlines are often short and frequently bunched together. One week I have a clean house (well relatively clean), I’m on schedule and even manage to get a couple projects done… the next I feel like I am chained to my computer from morning until bedtime, writing, editing, doing social promotions and fixing some code that broke or what not…
Spring is in full swing and the school year will be winding down soon. Due to the nice weather we have been enjoying around here the past few weeks, I’ve been trying to slip in as much outdoor time as I can for my daughter. Being a big girl in kindergarten, yet still having a lot of therapy sessions to help her overcome the effects of autism, it can be challenging to make sure she gets enough outdoor playtime…
About a month ago I told you about the Listerine 21 Day Challenge, and how I was participating. In case you missed that exciting installment, it pretty much involved agreeing to floss and use Listrine Ultraclean mouthwash in the morning and again at night, on top of a thorough brushing. Admittedly, this was a little [...]
If You Don’t Give Them Added Chemicals When They are Healthy, Why When They are Sick? ~Little Remedies
I recently learned about some amazing research related to bone health, and how eating prunes can significantly help. Considering the conflicting schools of thought as to where dairy stands in the both health equation, I thought this was terrific news. As far as I know, no one has a beef with prunes To read more [...]
Despite all our best efforts to protect our children from illness, colds and flu are an inevitable part of childhood. The best we can do is be prepared, and give them love and attention during their sickness. Little Foodie (my daughter) had a couple nasty colds earlier this winter. I make sure to give her [...]
We’ve all been there, a stranger wants to chat you up, alas their breath wreaks of salami sandwich or some other offensive odor. We may tolerate it from a bossum buddy, but not a newcomer. Although they may well be the most wonderful person on earth, all you can focus on is how you will make your get away, before you lose you lunch.