When it comes to recipes, the words “healthy” and “kid-friendly” don’t always go together. As any parent can attest, getting your kids to eat a healthy, well-balanced diet can be pretty challenging. You may even want to involve kids in the cooking.
Fighting all the time, using hurtful words, and living separate lives are all obvious ways to cause strife in your relationship. But what about the more subtle ways in which you can neglect, sabotage, and ultimately destroy your relationship?
Yoga has been around for ages, but lately it’s been getting even more popular. There are some pretty good reasons for that, as it’s an exercise that all ages can take part in and it offers not just physical benefits, but also mental benefits.
Little eyes are watching all the time, seeing how mom and dad deal with all this chaos. Quite possibly, the best thing you can do with these zany episodes is turn them into life lessons.
With today’s busy lifestyle, it can often be hard to fit in that ideal two hour workout a few times a week, which is exactly why people are turning to the solution of Tabata.
A well-stocked first-aid kit is essential for responding effectively to common injuries and emergencies that happen near the home. Kits should be kept in an easily accessible spot that is out of the reach of young children.
You’ve probably heard talk of autism but do you know what autism really is? Many people don’t really understand autism, which is why we’re going to explain it here in plain old English without a bunch of confusing medical jargon.
With a little ingenuity, you can find activities that you can do with your kids, which means more time together and more money in your pocket. Not to mention that an active family lifestyle can be fun!
Processed sugar can be found in everything from bagels to beverages to breakfast cereals in shocking quantities. While sugar may be sweet, it brings with it a host of potential health concerns like obesity and heart disease.
Sure, a hectic schedule and lack of sleep can definitely take their toll, but if you’re feeling tired all the time, chances are that something you’re doing (or not doing) may be to blame.
Raising children is not only hectic, but can also be quite a stressful undertaking. You might often find yourself feeling at a loss and wondering how to approach your job as a parent.
The ‘90s are my missing decade. From the last day of February 1990 until the final 2 (twin) munchkins toddled off to junior kindergarten ten years later, my life was a blur of breastfeeding and diapers.
Between packing lunches, signing homework and locating lost mittens, getting your kids out the door in the morning can be hurried, chaotic and downright stressful – and your day has only just started!
Tattoos are so common these days that it’s not unusual to see your co-worker, your bus driver or your local barista sporting ink. However, just because they are more socially acceptable doesn’t mean you’re eager to let your teen get tatted up too.
For many of us, napping is equated with nostalgic memories from childhood. Memories of the “good old days,” when you, your blankie and your favorite stuffed animals came together for a wonderful one or two hour period of complete rest and relaxation.