Posted by Laura Agadoni, guest blogger When my children were old enough to start brushing their own teeth, I taught them to hum “Happy Birthday” twice so they would know they brushed their teeth for long enough. But I knew I had to start the brushing routine before that stage if I wanted to ingrain the [...]
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Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger Is your little one curious about Mother’s Day? Help your child create a special gift for Mom or a Grandmother this weekend. Share these green, environmentally-friendly Mothers Day ideas for kids with your little one! A Poem from the Heart Head to the craft store and pick out some [...]
Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger Some days, when it’s difficult to get enough fruits and vegetables on my plate, I turn to juicing. It’s amazing how a huge pile of produce can quickly turn into a nutrient-packed glass of tasty juice. My favorite vegetable juicer recipe is rich in vitamins A and C and [...]
Posted by Sher Warkentin, guest blogger Healthy eating on a budget is entirely possible, you don’t have to break the bank simply because you want your family to eat well. There are plenty of ways to shop and cook smarter so you can save money and still make healthy meals. Plan Ahead Understanding how to responsibly [...]
Posted by Ryan Dwyer, guest blogger Though buying a hybrid car is a great way to go green and lessen your environmental impact, sticker mileage is not the only thing to consider when shopping for a new car. EPA Hybrid Efficiency Ratings Efficiency or mileage ratings indicate how much fuel a vehicle uses to drive a [...]
Posted by Jae Curtis, guest blogger Just when you thought the sleepless nights and fussy spells were over, your baby starts to teethe. While all babies are different when it comes to the timing and severity of teething, the pain and discomfort is universal. If you’re wondering how to help a teething baby, stores sell everything [...]
Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger Since I love to cook, I’m used to getting hints from my friends and family when a holiday draws near. “Is there anything special going on for Easter?” is code for, “I hope you’re researching some healthy Easter brunch recipes and planning to invite me over to sample them!” [...]
Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger If you and your family have a case of cabin fever, plan a few Earth Day activities for kids this spring. This is a chance for you to get outdoors and bond with your children without being interrupted by the television or video games. On April 22, celebrate the [...]
Posted by Jae Curtis, guest blogger With Easter approaching on April 20, you’re probably dreaming of the pastel sweet treats that usually accompany a visit from everyone’s favorite bunny. But whether you’re picking through your child’s basket or you’re helpless against the Easter candy display at the store, having so many sugary treats around can do [...]
Posted by Sher Warkentin, guest blogger If you’re looking to stay fit, but don’t have enough extra time to spend hours at the gym, consider a quick 20 minute workout in the comfort of your own home. The key to getting the most out of a fast workout is keeping your moves synergistic by working several [...]