It would be no exaggeration to say that the Internet has totally changed the way we communicate and connect with one another. This is true of friends, business associates and families. When used well, the Internet allows us to communicate and connect more meaningfully with those around us. However, if we are not careful, the widening array of digital across our kids’ lives can … [Read more...] about Three Things To Consider As Fathers in the Digital Age
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Stretch marks are a worry for many women during pregnancy. Unfortunately, genetics plays a big role in whether you'll get these unsightly tiger stripes on your belly and breasts. Stretch mark creams can help to keep your skin moisturized and soft throughout your pregnancy, improving its elasticity. They may also reduce the tenderness and discomfort that accompanies stretch … [Read more...] about When to Start Using Stretch Mark Cream During Pregnancy
In our time-crunched lives, the excuse of having no time for exercise is becoming a staple. But we know we are designed to move and that we must do so to get and remain healthy. So what can we do? Something’s got to give. Enter the 5-Minute Cubicle Workout. Your chance to stretch, sprint and lunge your way into good health and a thinner bod right at your workplace. Remember, … [Read more...] about The 5-Minute Cubicle Workout!
Spring is here…and parents beware. There’s trouble lurking when kids get too old for the Easter Bunny. When you have older teenagers, warmer weather means the annual spring music festivals are coming. And there’s not much that’s innocent about these merry music events. Music festivals have not changed much since Woodstock, the famous “3 Days of Peace & Music” wingding … [Read more...] about Spring, Teens, and the Trouble with Music Festivals
Meet Mary Krell-Oishi. She is an ambitious mom who recently wrote her first screenplay for a project in a screenwriting class at the local college and, on a whim, submitted it to a writing contest. Months later, after winning awards at several film festivals, her romantic-comedy script entitled “What Would Meg Do” will be produced as an independent film, featuring an … [Read more...] about “What Would Meg Do?” and Why It’s Never Too Late to Dream