A 2015 Yoga Journal poll revealed that Americans spend an average of $2.5 billion on yoga instruction annually. It also shared that there are 1.7 million American children under the age of 17 who practice yoga as well. It’s easy to see, in recent years, that this peaceful practice has become a family affair! An(…)
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“We Talk to You Because We Love You” Stories from Our Mothers Become Our Greatest Gifts By Shoba Sreenivasan, Ph.D. & Linda E. Weinberger, Ph.D. The Yupik, an indigenous people of Alaska, had the tradition of passing down wisdom from elders to the young. They called these stories “wise words.” The wise words were shared(…)
My baby is getting ready to turn 16, but I still have friends who are having babies and that means baby showers. I’m always looking for something unique and different. Keepsakes are one of my favorite and My Baby’ Heartbeat Bear and Friends fits the bill to a tee. My Baby’s Heartbeat Bear was founded(…)
I don’t know about your house, but mine has been hit with the flu this winter! We finally got rid of the flu and now colds and allergies are plaguing us all. I’ve really started reading labels and looking into healthier alternatives to products that we eat as well as use. While I’m not whole-hog(…)
Once upon a time, sugar was mostly relegated to desserts. But now, excessive amounts can be found in our everyday foods and beverages, and it’s taking a toll, according to recently published studies. • The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center exposed high-sugar diets as major risks for cancer, especially breast cancer. • The(…)
Last summer, my daughter and I traveled to Turks & Caicos for the Beaches Teen ambassador trip. It was amazing and beautiful, with life-long friendships emerging. What stuck with my teen daughter and I the most? The reading road trip to a local school where the kids were eager to learn but did not have(…)