Car Passenger Safety Week is NOW: September 14-20

Child Car Safety

Important PSA coming to you from the Ad Council and Child Passenger Safety Week is September 14-20 and anyone with a child in a car seat is encouraged to visit to determine if YOUR child is in the right seat for his or her age & size. Because each seat has different installation instructions, you can also get resources and […]

Win a car seat! #BuckleUpForLife

Buckle Up For Life

Head over to my other blog DIYFrugal to read more about this month’s car safety campaign through BuckleUpForLife and learn how you can win one of over 25 car seats being given away. I am giving away one on DIYFrugal but read through that post to see where more are being given away on Twitter and via […]

Recognizing Caregivers and Their Moms on Mother’s Day #thanksproject

Thanks Project

Caregivers spend a lot of time taking care of their loved ones who they cherish and adore but any caregiver will tell you that it takes a physical and mental toll to watch a mother or dad dip into dementia or cry in chronic pain. The AARP created several wonderful resources for caregivers as seen […]

The Tracks You Leave….

tracks we leave

What tracks are you leaving?

Prizes: Land’s End CyberMonday Twitter Party

This Cyber Monday, Lands’ End is hosting 12 Hours of #Together on Twitter and Instagram! Join and follow on Twitter @LandsEndPR and on Instagram @LandsEnd_PR on Monday, December 2, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. EST at #Together. Participants will have the opportunity to retweet offers, answer trivia questions, post and repost Lands’ End […]

Food Safety in School Lunches, Work Lunches, Leftover Lunches

Food Safety

Making a good portable lunch is getting harder and harder for me these days with so much going on and so little time in the morning to get out the door in the morning. Personally, I like the Medifast plan I am on since I don’t have to think as hard during this initial fat […]

Keep Your Food Dining Safe This Summer!

USDA Food Safety

Life has gotten so busy for me that I tend to take shortcuts where I can. Food prep, however, is one place I do what I can to follow the four step process outlined by the USDA in keeping my cooking super safe: Clean, Separate, Cook, Chill. Basically, that means washing the meat thoroughly and […]

Decorating with Teen Daughters: RoomMates Wall Decals, Books, & Shamzees

Hobbit wall decal

My daughters are growing up sooo fast and now, when they need to reorient their world, they move around their own furniture and tell me about it later. Since there aren’t but so many ways to change a room (inexpensively), here are a couple of ways my girls have added their own touches to their […]

Lunch w/ the National Center for Learning Disabilities #Dyslexia

National Center for Learning Disabilities

Recently I attended a luncheon put on by my Philly friends Whitney and Colleen to learn about the work of the National Center for Learning Disabilities and their dyslexia education program. We watched clips where popular TV shows highlighted the issue of dyslexia and heard from Dr. Sheldon Horowitz about some of the issues people with […]

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