Summer is almost upon us which means fun in the sun. But it also means making sure we are keeping our children (and ourselves) protected from the sun. There are so many sunscreens out there and lots of information about what we should and shouldn't be buying. The Environmental Working Group is making it easier for us…
Something crazy happened at the Denver airport over the weekend: two young girls were barred from boarding a United Airlines plane. Not because they were potential terrorists. But because they were wearing leggings. With major television networks and newspapers weighing in, this incident became news across our nation. As, in some ways, it should be.…
It seems like only yesterday we were reminding you to “fall back,” but believe it or not, it’s already time to spring forward! That’s right – this weekend marks the beginning of Daylight Savings Time. At 2:00 am on March 10 (also known as Sunday), clocks will move forward one hour. But since most of us aren’t awake at 2:00 am, you probably want to set your clocks forward an hour before you go to sleep or as soon as you wake up. And while it may feel like you have to wake up earlier in the morning, just remember that you also get more sunlight in the evening!
Every day I pass working women in the supermarket check-out line at 5:30 pm on their way home from the office. I see them serving coffee at Starbucks and waiting tables while pregnant. I meet women in the office, in my community and at my daughter’s school, working moms who like the rest of America,…
“We must work unceasingly to uplift this nation that we love to a higher destiny, to a higher plateau of compassion, to a more noble expression of humanness” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Every year on the third Monday of January, we remember Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the civil rights icon who fought tirelessly for freedom, equality and the dignity of all people. And although his life was cut short, his message of change through non-violent action continues to inspire people around the world.
It’s Friday the 13th – the second one of the year!
If you want a guaranteed smile, then please watch this video. This will get anyone in the holiday mood! LOVE.
“We will always remember. We will always be proud. We will always be prepared, so we may always be free.” – Ronald Reagan Today is Veterans Day, an annual holiday recognizing those who have served in our armed forces that dates back to November 11, 1919. Originally called Armistice Day, it markedthe official end of World War 1 when the agreement to formally end hostilities was signed at the 11th hour of the 11 day of the 11 month.
Tuesday is the big time – time to vote in the 2012 Presidential Elections. Wondering where you should go to cast your ballot? Don’t worry! There are several places online where you can find your polling location and other important details. Here are a few resources for voters:
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