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Author Archives: Cynthia Lechan-Goodman

Top Ten Cooler Weather Workouts

It’s getting closer to wintery weather, but for now, there is still time to enjoy some outdoor workouts, and we’ve thrown in a few great indoor workouts you may be familiar with to shake up your usual routine, if the weather outside does get more frightful than delightful. Trail walking, nature walking, or hiking Whatever name you call it, the ...

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Helping Kids Grieve and Deal With Death

Whether it is that first goldfish, or a more grievous loss of a grandparent, or god-forbid, a parent or sibling, it is a sad fact of life that children and teens have to face death. When a loved one dies, children feel and show their grief in different ways. How kids cope with the loss depends on many factors — ...

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Is Your Teen Addicted to Porn?

Curiosity about pornography among teens, especially teenage boys is a given. However, a generation ago, maybe that meant a sneak-peak at dad’s hidden Playboy magazines, and that was the end of it. However, today with the ubiquity of the internet and easy access to pornography in all forms, pornography addiction can be a real problem. Even children armed with only ...

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Top Seven Secrets to More Satisfying Sleep

Most moms of kids from tots to teens will lament, “What I wouldn’t give for a good night’s sleep!” It’s true given the stress level experienced by most moms today, sleep can be elusive. However, the amount of studies that have been done that emphasize the importance of sleep — not only to relieve stress but for overall health — ...

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Celebrating Holidays On A Budget

This is the wishing season—wish lists already coming up for the holidays, wishes for a delicious Turkey dinner, wishes for exceptional family harmony—no bickering over whole or jelly cranberry sauce, even wishes for January to come sooner –and with it a sigh of relief and an end to all the tumult! One wish you may already have, too, is how ...

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Fall Can Mean New Challenges for Your Kids With Asthma

If you have a child with asthma or other respiratory issues, then you know that each season can bring with it, its own set of issues. However, for many kids and teens with asthma, the fall months can be particularly challenging. “Although asthma can flare up for a number of reasons, a lot of people with allergies also have asthma, ...

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How Can Christian Families Celebrate Halloween?

While most kids can’t wait to put on a costume and go trick or treating for Halloween, there are also many Christian families that find the “holiday” – with its roots in paganism and its occult overtones – offensive and hardly a thing to celebrate. But what’s a Christian mom to do, so her kids do not feel left out ...

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The 7 Best Fall Outdoor Workouts for Mom

As the fall season settles in it may mean that the days of working out by doing laps on the pool, or playing beach volleyball are long gone. But, that doesn’t mean it’s time to relegate all of your exercise regimens to the indoors. In fact, fall can be some of the best times to get in some outdoor healthy ...

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Safety First When Packing Food to Go

The fall season brings with it many opportunities for “food to go.” But whether you are packing up some faves for tailgating or treats for a holiday party, it is important that you  keep food safety in mind to avoid food-borne illnesses. Here are some tips for cooking and preparing food-on-the-go, provided by US News and World Report and the ...

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Make Your Own Ice Cream for an Old Timey Sweet Treat!

With all of the streaming services now available it’s hard to resist a fun family movie night at home. But how about adding a new (and family-friendly!) meaning to the term “Netflix and Chill,” by making your own homemade ice cream! An Old Time Treat There was a time when there were no refrigerators. Even ice was not always available, ...

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