As the end of summer approaches, my family can’t help but think of our evenings under the stars. School may be starting but that’s no reason to end the fun! With ingredients in hand, and ready to roast, we created the "Don’t Let Summer End S’more Bars." Best of all, you can make these all year long in your kitchen. PS: We prefer to make our own … [Read more...] about S’more Bars Recipe (No Campfire Required)
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There are many medication-free methods for getting relief from your headaches or even eliminating them altogether. Try these medication alternatives for pain relief: 1. Caffeine Did you know that small amounts of caffeine can help relieve pain from mild tension headaches? According to this interesting article “One way that caffeine may help is by blocking brain receptors to … [Read more...] about Headache Remedies- No Pills Required!
From planning for retirement to preparing for a child's education, a number of reasons may make moms want to buy shares or look into investing. With many companies offering online trading, you can often buy shares at less expense than you could if you worked with a stock broker. How little money each share costs depends on the company you decide to use for your … [Read more...] about The Smallest Amount of Money Required to Buy Shares
In a world where you can find pretty much anything you need online, I wondered if I could find something I am seeking: Friends. I mean IRL or ‘in real life friends’. I have lots of on-line friends and I love and cherish them, but there is something about a friend you can meet for coffee, have dinner with, or with whom you can just simply hang out. With my best friend … [Read more...] about Wanted: A Friend- or The Lonely Moms Club
This Fall, I celebrated my first anniversary of returning to work after becoming a first-time mother. Ironically, in the same month, I started a new job. In retrospect, it's not a coincidence. They say the first year is the hardest for significant life changes. It's a period of unknowns, new obstacles, and inevitable mistakes made along the way. And frankly, since I don't … [Read more...] about The Five Things I Learned In My Rookie Year Being A Working Mom