Walgreens Way to Well Fund? Supports Local Families

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Walgreens. All opinions are 100% mine. Did you know Walgreens is bringing preventive wellness services to local communities? How many times do you hear the news media grumble about big businesses getting all the breaks? This is a prime example of big business reaching […]

End of Life Arrangements, Better Late than Never

Death, a tough but necessary topic to discuss Anyone who has lost a loved one recognizes how difficult loss can be. This emotional occurrence can be overwhelming. Without financial preparedness, loved ones may face unneeded financial burdens as well. Advanced planning is one of the most loving measures a parent can take on behalf of […]

Furniture Built for Real Life

This post brought to you by Pier 1. All opinions are 100% mine. Natural wicker furniture has been in existence since the time of the pharaohs. The appreciation of wicker chairs and baskets spread from Egypt to Rome and then throughout Europe by means of international sea traders. Wicker wares were carried to Great Britain, […]

Education: Innovative Methods Pay Off

One of the most vital elements a parent can provide their child is a strong educational foundation. Statistics from the DEO demonstrate the primary education years are critical. Having a direct comparison by raising two sons, the instructional distinctions between public and private primary schools are quite astounding, especially where art and music are concerned. […]

Volunteer – Build Character in Children

Parents who support others by donating time and treasure edify and enrich their children’s lives. Volunteerism teaches basic character foundations to kids. Volunteering Builds Inner Strength Inner strength, or “resilience,” is the ability to cope with the stressful situations in life. Showing children love, offering security, social support, confidence, and allowing independence help to build […]

Umbilical Cord Banking – Pontifical Academy for Life

This post brought to you by CryoCell International. All opinions are 100% mine. It is your child. Education and preparation are the keys to making good decisions when a crisis suddenly arises. Prepare for unthinkable family medical emergencies and disease. Umbilical Cord Blood in the News The Hartford Courant (courant.com) shared an Associated Press report […]

Family Dinnertime | Affirmation is Sweet

This post brought to you by Kenmore Live Studio. All opinions are 100% mine. Everyone is busy. Life is moving swiftly. Family dinnertime may be more important than you know, especially for your kids. Experts warn the deterioration of family mealtimes reduces the lines of communication whilst further reducing the family values as a whole. […]

Child Safety: Rodent Control

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Victor Pest. All opinions are 100% mine. Of course, based on personal experiences. It’s no wonder Victor is recognized as a world leader in the rodent control category. They have been controlling rodents since 1890. Victor® revolutionized the rodent control market 100 years ago […]

Evie, Driving Hands Free for IPhone Moms

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Evie. All opinions are 100% mine. The question of cell phone safety remains a top news item. Just the other day a girl fell into a fountain in a local mall while texting rather than paying attention to where she was going. More frequently […]

Infant Formula and Diapers – The Two Firsts for Parents

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of PBM Products. All opinions are 100% mine. Newborn babies’ days consist mainly of eating and pooping! Parents can expect to concentrate on two decisions before leaving the hospital, feeding, and diapering. Diapers Diapers are the first thing a baby wears and generally, the hospital […]