The key here is to do the things that are going to keep your family healthy and promote mind/body balance without being pushy or rubbing it in their faces. Sometimes you have to find subtle, dare I say sneaky, ways of keeping them on track.
I recently invited the wives of the world to complete an anonymous survey telling me what they wish their husbands knew and what they REALLY thought about marriage, sex, intimacy, and more.
5 Ways to do Back to School for Less Summer is coming to an end. Sad but true. It’s time for most parents to start thinking about how they’re going to do back to school for less. Here in the state of Georgia, we have one of the earliest back to school seasons in the country: August 1st. Our…
Cell phone rules for kids are essential to their safety & wellbeing. If you’ve spent any length of time around a kid between the ages of about 8 – 17, you know as well as I do that they are practically attached to their phone (or iPod) 24 hours a day.
It sometimes seems that so many people shy away from talking about their chronic illness for fear of rejection. Luckily, this wasn’t the case with my friend Kim, she really doesn’t care what people think.
Well, I’ve found a way to achieve that, and I wanted to share it with you! First, the backstory. I woke up last week with an angry red lump on the underside of my upper arm. It got progressively larger over the next few days, and it hurt.
Don’t we all want to keep kids outside as much as possible? I mean, why not? Sunlight, dirt, exercise, self-reliance… it’s all so good for them. Well, if you family is anything like ours, it can be a daily struggle to keep the kidlet off the screens in the summer or over the weekends.
Teen OTC medicine abuse is something all parents hope to never have to contend with but it’s better to have the information & not have to use it than to be caught unaware. An expert helps us navigate the sneaky warning signs.