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Relaxation: Why You Need It & How to Do It

  It’s a word that we all hear and even use, but very few of us actually know what it means. No, I’m not talking about the technical definition. I’m talking about the fact that few of us actually take the time to let our bodies relax and de-stress. August 15th is National Relaxation Day. […]

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Workout Wednesday-The Stadium

I was fortunate enough to attend the Green Bay Packers Family Night a few weeks ago. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Family Night, it’s an opportunity to watch the greatest football team ever practice and scrimmage at Lambeau Field before the NFL preseason games begin. It’s a fun night filled with football, free […]

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To Heck With Middle Child Syndrome & Why Birth Order Really Matters

Guess what middle children – it’s your day to shine! August 12th, National Middle Child Day, is upon us once again.  Even though it’s an “unofficial” national holiday, it’s still fun to celebrate, especially if you’re the middle-born – like me! Do you remember being “invisible” as a kid? I can remember saying things to my […]

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Win a Back-to-School Prize Package – Just Tell Us What You Use to Keep Your Kids Healthy!

UPDATE – This Contest is Now Over. Winners are listed below… Grand Prize Winner – Lucy Bourque Lucy chose to add Vita-Kids Immune from Douglas Labs. She says she chose it because “it’s important to add a supplement with zinc and echinicia” for those little immune systems. Lucy wins the entire prize package pictured above […]

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Realistic Ways to Simplify Your Life

After my parents passed away, my siblings and I had to empty the four-bedroom home they’d lived in for over 30 years. It was an exhausting and emotional process. I swore I would never make my children go through the difficult task of removing years of belongings from my home. So what did I do […]

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8 Healthy Recipes for Scrumptious Summer Grilling

I love to grill. Gas or charcoal? Doesn’t matter. Summer, fall, winter or spring? Whenever. Food just tastes better when it is cooked over an open flame. However, I have to admit…I have been guilty of being a bit closed-minded when it comes to grilling. It’s mostly been meat: burgers and bratwurst, pork tenderloin and […]

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Workout Wednesday

It’s Workout Wednesday once again and this time around I want to give you a stretching program that you can do right at your desk! It’s no surprise that sitting for 8+ hours a day, 40+ hours a week is not good for your body. Luckily, there are stretches you can do right at your […]

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Boost Your Children’s Immune Systems (Infographic)

  It’s not easy to see your kids get sick. And missed school days are just a hassle for everyone’s schedule. With another school year just around the corner, a little boost to your child’s immune system will only help your children’s bodies naturally fight off sicknesses. There’s an overwhelming number of nutrients our growing children need in order […]

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Best Watermelon Tips, Benefits And Recipes

Watermelon is a popular choice among fruits. Especially in the summer. It’s refreshing, sweet, crisp and hydrating being made up of 92% water! It’s so well-liked, that there’s even a National Watermelon Day on August 3rd each year. But besides the blissful taste and popularity, there are some other things to learn about watermelon. Like how to […]

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7 Lettuceless Salad Recipes to Share

Whether you need a salad for a picnic, family get-together or a party, you won’t hesitate to bring and share any of these lettuceless salad recipes. I personally get tired of the same old picnic and party food. The salad lover should find these lettuceless salads flavorful, colorful and healthy! Once you start sharing these […]

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