Burning Dry Eyes Find Relief with Optics Lab Products Review/Giveaway

This Burning Dry Eyes Find Relief with Optics Lab Products post is a sponsored by Optics Lab. All opinions are 100% my own. If you have ever experienced burning dry eyes, you probably know that it is a miserable kind of pain. For years I wore contact lens but my last year of wearing them […]

Preparing for a Medical Emergency – Use AFLAC

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Aflac. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating. You never know when some major accident will happen that will take you or your spouse out of work. Are you prepared financially if that happens? Several years ago, just a couple of weeks […]

Meditation Techniques for Stress That You Can Do Anywhere

Stressing? Here are some meditation techniques for stress. I do not know about you, but life is very stressful. Between work, family and and financial obligations there just seems to be enough time or money. They say meditation is good for the body, mind, and soul. It does truly help to try to slow down, […]

Chemical Free Baby Wipes by Seventh Generation

This Chemical Free Baby Wipes post is sponsored by Seventh Generation. When my twins were infants, I realized quickly how careful I needed to be with what I put on their skin. Both Anna and Ethan were very sensitive to products with chemicals in them. Plus they had really bad psoriasis, which made treating them […]

Disney’s Spoonful Partners with Lilly Diabetes

I think one of the best organizations around (and the happiest) is Disney. Have you ever been to Disney World? It has to be the happiest place on earth! As in grand Disney style, they have just launched an online destination dedicated to help families affected by type 1 diabetes. Disney Interactive, in partnership with […]

Safe Storage of Medicines From Kids

This Safe Storage of Medicines post is brought to you by Mom Central Consulting and Safe Kids Worldwide. All opinions stated are my own. I remember when I was very young I used to go into the medicine cabinet and eat the children’s chewable aspirin. I am quite sure I knew I was not supposed […]

Modern Pilates with Lisa Johnson Interview

Modern Pilates with Lisa Johnson Recently I had the pleasure of being able to review some great Pilates DVD’s that were created by Lisa Johnson. She has been a certified Pilate’s trainer since 1998 and has owned own Pilates studio, Modern Pilates, in Massachusetts since 1999. Doing modern Pilates with Lisa Johnson is such a great […]

Laryngitis with Kids is Not for the Weak of Heart

My yearly stint of laryngitis started to return Monday night with a vengeance. It began with a cold Friday night and, sure enough, progressed to no voice. Trying to tell three children not to argue, or be so demanding when you have no voice is inconsequential to them! So here we are, me with no voice […]

Get Clean Teeth Naturally With OraMD – Review/Giveaway (Ends 2/25)

The one thing I have always been a stickler on is my teeth. In fact, when I was young and single having good teeth was one of my “must haves” in a potential boyfriend. This obsession with teeth has followed me into motherhood, since it is a priority for me with my children.  When Megan was very […]

Tips on Keeping Your Baby Healthy During RSV Season RSVProtection

Just like having a flu season, we also have a Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) season. RSV is present year-round but it starts to go up in the fall and peaks in the winter. It then starts to go down in early spring. RSV typically causes mild to moderate cold-like symptoms, although in some babies it can result […]