Author: Rebecca

Top 4 Reasons Why You Should Be Using All Natural Hand Sanitizers

Recently I jumped on the “natural, organic, non-toxic” products bandwagon. I have always been health conscious, but it was hard to filter through the hype and as a very busy mom, I just didn’t have the time. I have been trying to make affordable, small changes in the things we use at home to reduce […]

5 Harmful Ingredients Found In Your Favorite Hand Sanitizer

With the cold and flu season in full swing, everyone is taking extra precautions to keep themselves and their little ones healthy. Hand washing and using hand sanitizers are just two very basic ways to combat illness. I am one of those slightly germaphobic moms who is constantly reminding my kids to wash their hands, […]

3 Reasons Why Confiscating Technology Doesn’t Work

I’m sure you’ve been there – it’s time for your child to turn off the computer game or log off from social media but to put it mildly, they’re not quite as keen as you are to do so. The fighting quickly escalates with your child screaming at you for more time online. Suddenly you’re […]

Kitchen Organizing – Keeping it the Heart of the Home

The alarm goes off at 6:30 am.  You have an hour to get the kids up, dressed, breakfast made, lunches packed, and backpacks ready.  That is just for the kids.  You have to either be dressed for work, or the gym, or whatever your day entails.  There are breakfast dishes, the laundry, the dog needs […]

5 Ways to Fight Depression and Win

You’re nowhere NEAR being alone if you get the mild winter blahs.You’re nowhere near being alone if you suffer from seasonal depression (or Seasonal Affective Disorder). And nope, you’re also nowhere near being alone if you suffer from completely debilitating depression during the dark, cold months of winter. We’ve consistently been told that depression is […]

“Don’t Feed the Birds!” 4 Postpartum Visitors from Hell

Congratulations! You’ve survived forty weeks—ten, NOT nine—months of pregnancy! You gracefully handled your morning sickness by puking daintily into barf bags covered in adorable prints. When you were finally able to eat again, you shoveled pickles and ice cream into your mouth by the truckload, naively assuming that your blossoming belly put you in the […]

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