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Slow Kitchen Changes For Kids

This is a sponsored post in cooperation with Stonyfield, and I’m proud to be a #StonyfieldBlogger, yet my opinions are always my own. Moms, you know how it is introducing new foods to kids.  Pediatricians say to introduce a new food a zillion times before declaring defeat in the healthy food department, don’t they?  Kids […]

Continue Reading By on April 18, 2016 in cooking, food, organic 0
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Baby Your Baby with Beautycounter

Shop Beautycounter for yourself or for Baby! Remember when everyone used the same products that everyone else used, even for their babies, just because they didn’t realize there was a better alternative?  Now we know better, don’t we? Of course, all informed parents want what’s best for babies, and that applies to food, education, everything. […]

Continue Reading By on March 5, 2016 in baby, skincare

Overheard at Your Local Fitness Center

This is a sponsored post in cooperation with National Fitness Center, where I take part in the #teamNFC program! “Almost done.  Now give me 22 more!” “Just one more.  I mean 8 more.” “Go super, super slow…” says the instructor as the weight feels heavier and heavier. “That’s just blood flowing into your arm.  That’s […]

Continue Reading By on February 25, 2016 in fitness, well-being, wellness

Five Great Reasons to Garden this Year

Have you been watching patiently for the last frost in your growing region?  Ordered seeds already?  Dreaming of greener days outdoors?  In case you need any more motivation, here are five great reasons to garden this year! Family Project Whether your aim is to teach the kids more responsibility or simply have a constructive way […]

Continue Reading By on February 22, 2016 in agriculture, family, food, garden, gardening, organic
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EPA Finds Insecticide Threatens Pollinators

Could certain insecticides be threatening the bees we need to keep agriculture flourishing and put food on our dinner tables? The latest information from the Environmental Protection Agency confirms what researchers and conservationists have been warning about. The EPA has announced that its preliminary risk assessment shows the neonicotinoid insecticide named imidacloprid can pose a […]

Continue Reading By on February 15, 2016 in agriculture, ecology, pesticides, pollinators, toxic

Pampering Dry Winter Skin

Thanks for visiting my Beautycounter site! Suffering the effects of dry winter air and neglect of your body’s largest organ — your skin?  There’s still time to pamper your skin with some common sense and the most soothing ingredients around. Have you tried? Bundling up.  Hats and mittens can protect skin from the harsh winter […]

Continue Reading By on February 12, 2016 in skincare, wellness