Fifteen years ago, a single book I picked up in the Boston Airport helped me leave an abusive job, seek help for a spiraling eating disorder and pursue my passion for writing. There is no doubt, when I look back at the last decade plus, (during which I got healthy, married, had my first child and became a published author), that a book saved my life. Throughout my life, I’ve … [Read more...] about The Book That Saved My Life (and the books that are helping mom’s through the pandemic)
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We live in a time where trends and fades inspire and encourage others to take leaps of faith that they usually would not take. Studies show millennials are waiting longer to have children than any other generation. Also, the birth rate continues to decline rapidly. Many contribute the decline to complications or infertility issues that may occur for an older woman who tries to … [Read more...] about Companies Changing Their Policies For Women Who Want To Prepare For Baby
Hard to believe it's already nearly Thanksgiving. That means it's time to get your shopping on! We found some fun gifts we know we'd like. We hope you do too. Looking for a unique gift for a baseball fan? This Lemon Peel Old Fashioned baseball is an amazing keepsake made from genuine Horween glove tan leather. Can even be played with but most likely will be adorning a … [Read more...] about Holiday Gift Guide For The Fam – 2019
When it comes to your skin, are you what you eat? Chocolate and fried foods are famous for causing breakouts, but are they true or is it just a skin myth? Take a closer look at six foods you probably blame for breakouts, and find out what’s really causing problems on your face. What causes breakouts? Your face is covered with hair follicles and pores. Oil, dead skin … [Read more...] about 6 Foods You Blame for Breakouts: Is It True?
Vaccines, Autism, and the Coronavirus - Part One I’m very passionate about this issue, so I need to “check in” with it from time to time. Now seems like a really good time to check in on the topic of vaccines. First, I’ll discuss my (relatedly strong) opinion on autism-related vaccines. What’s the issue with vaccines and autism? The false notion that vaccines cause … [Read more...] about Vaccines, Autism, and the Coronavirus – Part One