4 Ideas for Creating Memorable Christmas Cards

Like decorating the Christmas tree and baking cookies, sending out Christmas cards continues to be an annual tradition for many families — one that has a fair share of history behind it. The Christmas card was born in the early 19th century, when handwritten holiday letters were sent to loved ones. In fact, it was Sir Henry Cole who had the novel idea of responding to all these letters by sending a single card to everyone; all he had to Read more

Self-Care With Hygge

Taking time for yourself as a mom can be difficult between appointments, errands and keeping everyone fed, on time and in clean clothes. Finding ways to fit in self-care and moments to yourself are so important, even short breaks can have a positive impact on your day. One shortcut to make sure you get the change to recharge is make your house ready for relaxation whenever you are. You may have heard of it as an emerging decor trend, hygge Read more

8 Iconic Children's Books and the Important Lessons They Share

Most adults can still visualize their favorite picture books and even recite meaningful quotes from them to this day. Iconic characters like Winnie the Pooh, Curious George, the moon from Goodnight Moon, and others have cemented their place is our hearts as both lovable characters but also vehicles to herald imagination. Children’s books not only tell a story through their beautiful imagery, but reveal underlying life lessons that prove valuable for our little ones. For example, Roald Dahl’s The BFG Read more

Stop the Spam: A Short Guide to Ending Unwanted Calls

Ever been the victim of an unwanted sales call? Who hasn’t? Telemarketing offers, robocalls and spam texts might seem as inevitable as death and taxes, but that doesn't have to be the case. Indeed, there are a number of ways you can spot, avoid and block these unwanted calls for good. Here's a short action guide you can use to stop spam in its tracks. Register on the Do Not Call List The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates there are nearly a Read more

4 Tips for the Perfect Wedding Morning

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A lot of planning will have gone into creating the perfect wedding for you, your partner, and your guests. After spending many months of organizing venues and vendors, trying on different dresses, and selecting thoughtful favors, it is only natural to feel a great deal of pressure and stress come the big day.

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5 Unique Valentine’s Day Gifts For The Man In Your Life

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While it seems you either hate Valentine’s Day or love it, there is something to be said for having an excuse to spoil and treat your husband. However, whether you’ve been married for years or you’re still in the newlywed phase, coming up with a thoughtful, creative gift can be tricky — especially if you’re on a budget.

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Ways to Motivate Yourself to Exercise

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It’s been over a month in the year 2019, and statistically speaking half of Americans have given up their new year’s resolutions. Initiation of exercise is one of the most common resolutions and yet the average person has less than a 50 percent chance of maintaining that goal. Read more

7 Organic Tips to Beat those Unwanted Stretch Marks

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Stretch marks happen to the best of us. Yes, ladies, even those perfectly airbrushed magazine pics shouldn’t have you fooled, because celebrities are just as susceptible to them as the rest of us!

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How to Love Yourself

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Moms often find themselves taking care of everyone’s needs, except their own. Between kids, careers and significant others, our self-care seems to fall by the wayside. Sometimes you need to put yourself first and there’s no need to feel guilty about it! Committing to your well-being is one of the best investments that you can make for you and your family. When you are at your best the people who depend on you will benefit as well. Read more

28 Kids Cereal Products Found to Have High Levels of Glyphosate

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Glyphosate residues were found in several popular oatmeal, kids breakfast cereals, granola, and snack bars—but at levels much lower than the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) threshold levels. Experts do say that it is difficult to estimate risk from these levels, but the current report is quite perturbing as children are getting consistently exposed to the dangerous chemical. Read more

Stop the Spam: A Short Guide to Ending Unwanted Calls

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Ever been the victim of an unwanted sales call? Who hasn’t? Telemarketing offers, robocalls and spam texts might seem as inevitable as death and taxes, but that doesn’t have to be the case. Indeed, there are a number of ways you can spot, avoid and block these unwanted calls for good.

Here’s a short action guide you can use to stop spam in its tracks. Read more

8 Primal Cuts of Beef

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There are over 100 different types of sub-primal cuts and each varies depending on the region of the world you live in. While America has 8 primal beef cuts, Europeans break the cow down differently only creating 6 primal beef cuts. In other countries, there may be as many as 20 primal cuts. Each of these sub-primal cuts is unique and very different from each other in the way they are handled, prepared, cooked and served. Read more

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