You’re sick with the flu. Your kids are sick with the flu.
It’s something we all face at some point and collectively wonder, ‘how are we going to get through this?’
Luckily, we have a few helpful tips for surviving the flu season from moms like you.
“Vitamin C and D like it’s candy,
Maintaining a healthy diet is just one way to prevent heart disease. It seems like we’re constantly bombarded by messages to eat well, but what does that really mean? We’ve searched high and low to provide you with some quick, easy-to-follow heart healthy diet tips so you can make informed decisions
The American Heart Association recommends 30 minutes of exercise daily. Are you ready for the challenge?
Aerobic exercise gets your heart pumping and makes it – and therefore you – stronger. The best aerobic exercises include walking, running, swimming, biking, and circuit training. If you are l
We’re hoping these family fitness ideas will help you get moving as a family, and make healthy living a habit.
1. The Let’s Move! campaign has many ideas, ranging from buying toys that encourage outdoor play to petitioning your local schools to incorporate more outdoor time.
2. The camp
I went gluten free in 2013, and ever since I’ve spent a lot of time researching recipes for the very best gluten free desserts.
I’ve collected some of the most delicious gluten-free desserts recipes out there so you don’t have to hunt around! Enjoy!
Gluten Free Desserts
Are you a chocola
Whether you like tomato tortellini or you’re a super greens kindof guy, we have a soup for you. Stay warm all winter long with these super simple soup recipes!
Creamy Tomato Tortellini Soup
French Onion Soup and Chocolate Banana Bread
Super Greens Soup
Mexican Posole Verde Soup
My little Simon has a peanut allergy, and the older he gets, the harder it is to make sure we always have two EpiPens with him at all times.
He goes to preschool. He goes to his grandma’s house. He’s with Even Steven. He’s with me.
And at two years old, he can’t be responsible for his own Epi
Miles turned 5 on Saturday, which meant that I got to bring treats to his preschool class yesterday to celebrate. I’m not a huge fan of my kid coming home from preschool all sugared up, so I had big plans to bring healthy birthday treats for Miles’s class.
Here were a few things I considered: