I started a new job in February. Correction: I started TWO new jobs in February. The first one was a foot in the door. It didn’t pay enough to cover my bills, so I took the second job to supplement. Anyone can tell you that two jobs are more than enough for a single human to handle. I also run Elle Jay at Home, a blog about comfort food for moms. But my hours shifted to 7 am … [Read more...] about The WFHWK Life: The Down and Dirty of Working Mom Survival
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We've all experienced it - the stuffy nose, sore throat, exhausted feeling that has you reaching for the thermometer. There's nothing worse than getting bogged down with a bad cold. So here are ten easy tips for fighting off winter colds: 1. Rest Your body needs lots of it! That means instead of running all those errands, you get yourself in bed. You need to save your … [Read more...] about 10 Ways to Ward Off That Winter Cold!
I believe that FITNESS is a verb, an action. It’s a way of life, a blessing, an escape. If you’re lucky, fitness can become the only good thing you’re addicted too. I look forward to my workouts because I know I need them for many reasons. I’ve learned to make fitness habitual. I believe that fitness is a state of mind. Once you get your head in the right place, you body … [Read more...] about Brooke Burke’s 10 Tips For A Healthier and Sexier Life
Children grow up quickly. It may seem like only yesterday that you gave birth to your baby, and now she's becoming a toddler. Here are 2-Year-Old Birthday party ideas, but keep in mind that toddlers are different from older children. Keep the party small and simple so that your 2-year-old doesn't feel overwhelmed by all the guests and activities. 2-Year-Old Birthday Party … [Read more...] about 2-Year-Old Birthday Party Ideas
Summer has arrived!!! While the majority of kids are happy to be free from the structure of school and are enjoying their free-time playing in the sunshine, our kids with autism are unsure of this freedom- leaving them to feel a bit anxious. Children with autism love structure and when their world as they know it comes to an end, they will often struggle making the transition … [Read more...] about Anxious for Summer? 5 Tips for Parents of Children with Autism