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!
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First off you may be asking what is MOODTOPIA? It is reaching a state where you are in ‘control of your moods, so your moods do not control you!’ All your moods are normal, natural and even healthy. Since women’s moods fluctuate more than men we need a few extra tools in our chest! Here are some easy tips to make sure your moods don't over-take you and hold you hostage! … [Read more...] about Four Tips to Control Your Moods (and Reach Moodtopia)
There are several easy ways to memorize all 50 states and their capitals. Regardless if you are a fifth-grader learning them for the first time or an adult refreshing your memory, the techniques are the same. Each technique requires a certain amount of concentration. The harder you concentrate, the quicker you’ll have the list locked into your memory. Song technique- … [Read more...] about Easy Ways to Memorize All 50 States and Their Capitals
From One Autism Parent to Another I remembered an incident that happened not too long ago. It involved two autism parents and went like this… First, I was one of the autism parents. I was taking my son to an event at a small facility. The event was being run by another autism parent and also involved her own child. (Our kids had met when they both participated in a … [Read more...] about From One Autism Parent to Another
Repeat Performance on Autism Live It was around this time last year that I first appeared on Shannon Penrod’s show, Autism Live. Shannon and I discussed how my husband and I first discovered our son’s autism, my short film, “Autism and Cake,” and how I advocate for my son. This second time, Shannon graciously discussed my book, “Remembering Monty Hall,” which was just … [Read more...] about Repeat Performance on Autism Live