Focusing On Emotional And Physical Health (Plus A Giveaway)

This is a sponsored post but all thoughts are my own. I can’t believe it’s almost October! You may have noticed my absence here on the blog and I apologize but I had to step away briefly. The past few months have been a blur and I’ve found myself really struggling. I have went through … Read more

Three Dangerous Toxic Pollutants You Should Stay Away From

This article was written in collaboration with the Environmental Litigation Group, a law firm heavily involved in toxic exposure cases in the military and industrial settings. I thought it was important information to share with my readers. After centuries of industrial activity, our environment is far from pristine. We have more nice things to buy … Read more

Superior Source Vitamins Giveaway

This is a sponsored post but all thoughts are my own. Over the past year, I put my health on the backburner. Other than a short period of time over the summer, I really haven’t been very worried about exercise, what I’m eating, or taking my vitamins. I’ve just focused on not getting Covid and … Read more

How To Make It Through A Sick Day When You Are A Mom

One of the hardest things about being a mom is that we don’t really get any days off, even when we are not feeling well and could really use a “sick day”. Instead, we have to get through the day the best we can and consider ourselves lucky if we find a few minutes of rest while our children are at school, napping or otherwise occupied. I wanted to share a few ways that I make it through the day when I’m under the weather and hopefully these tips can help you the next time you are sick.

Medication Safety Tips For Families

America has a massive opioid crisis so, with National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day taking place tomorrow, I thought it was important to take some time away from my typical light-hearted posts to talk about this serious issue. Since both my youngest son and I take daily prescription medications we always have medicines in our home. I wanted to share ways that you can keep your loved ones safe, whether you take medications on a regular basis, keep your medicine cabinet stocked with over-the-counter medicines, or only have prescription medications in your home a few times a year.

Tips For Dealing With Seasonal Grass Allergies

This post is sponsored by Stallergenes Greer. Disclaimer: I am not a Doctor and this should not be taken as medical advice. Please consult your Doctor before starting this, or any other, medication or treatment plan. I am not on ORALAIR® (Sweet Vernal, Orchard, Perennial Rye, Timothy, and Kentucky Blue Grass Mixed Pollens Allergen Extract) Tablet … Read more

The Gift Of Sight

Thanks to Visionworks for sponsoring this post and giving me the gift of sight. Back in August I worked with Visionworks to promote back to school eye exams and took Lucas for an annual eye exam there. He didn’t need any glasses but I confirmed my suspicions about my own vision problems when I couldn’t read … Read more

5 Tips For Clearer Skin

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #AfterDifferin #CollectiveBias I shared back in May how I’ve been self-conscious for years because of my acne prone skin. It’s kept me from introducing myself to new people, getting in pictures with my children, and starting to use … Read more