This year the beach was anything but R&R, but we had a great time playing in the surf, soaking in some sun and cruising on beach bikes.
Many schools and preschools have dismissed for the summer, so now it’s time to find fun ways to fill your summer schedule. Unless your kids are signed up for summer camps, it’s up to you to figure out what fits within your calendar and your budget. Here are 11 cheap summer activities for kids that won’t […]
The third week of May each year is National Eosinophil Awareness Week. It’s a week to educate others about eosinophil disorders as well as encourage those who live with it and their families. Eosinophil-associated disorders, a group of uncommon chronic illnesses, are rapidly emerging as a healthcare problem worldwide. Yet many patients suffering from these disorders […]
It’s been more than four years since I’ve updated the look of my blog. I switched from Blogspot to WordPress at the beginning of 2013, just before I announced I was pregnant with Baby #2. I have updated my categories over the years to reflect my varying focuses–from paleo recipes to my pregnancies to motherhood. On […]
The best way to manage shingles in your thirties is to manage stress–much easier said than done as we are in the thick of a fast-paced life.
If you have yet to think about summer camps, don’t worry. I’ve put together a list of all the local summer camps I can find.
Here are a few tips for any one who is thinking about getting a pressure cooker or is a pressure cooker newbie–just like me.
We are planning where plans can be made and letting go of everything that is up in the air.
Playgrounds, which we tend to think of as a way to expend the energy of our rambunctious kids, often provide the backdrop for more life lessons than we realize.