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How To Protect Your Kid’s Skin

Do you know what your body’s biggest organ is? It’s not your heart, your lungs, or even your liver – it’s your skin! That’s right, your skin is a living breathing organ, and you are never too young to start a regimen to keep it healthy for years to come. When I asked my daughter back when she was about ...

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Magic, Mysticism and the Rituals of Kabbalah

Since the early 2000s, Kabbalah has been the “in thing” in spirituality. Everyone from, Madonna, to Ashton Kutcher, to Lindsay Lohan, to President Trump’s ex, Marla Maples dabbled in the ancient mystical religion. But what exactly is Kabbalah and can it benefit your family? At its most basic level, Kabbalah is the ancient art of Jewish Mysticism. Because of this, ...

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Growing Up Green — Making Environmental Awareness Fun

Children are closer to nature than we adults. I know this every time I see the mud and grass stains on my kid’s clothes! But just because running barefoot through a field of daisies is all in a day’s work for your little ones, doesn’t mean raising “green” kids comes naturally. The first thing you have to do is lead ...

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Top 10 Ways to Achieve and Maintain Balance

Anyone reading a website dedicated to health and fitness, has undoubtedly heard a lot about “balance.” Having good physical “balance” will improve your performance at any sport. You need to eat a “balanced” diet, “balance” your work life with your home life, “balance” your workouts, “balance” your body with your mind, and even “balance” your budget! But what is balance ...

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Hunting With Your Kids Builds Character and Survival Skills

Every parent knows that involving children in sports is great for them. It builds character, responsibility, and sportsmanship. It’s also a great opportunity to bond and share experiences with your child. Hunting is no exception. In fact, the very lessons that we hope our children, gain on the athletic field are learned many times over “in the field” while hunting. ...

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We Have Lost The War On Fatty Foods And Dairy

Say goodbye to apples and fat-free milk and hello to artery-clogging triple cheese macaroni and pounds of salty butter, thanks to the new all-American school diet. Recently, Bloomberg Businessweek published an article that shared how the Department of Agriculture is throwing out the Obama-era school nutrition standards and replacing it with a dairy-filled diet that would make any cow run ...

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What We Can Learn From Ancient Women

Modern science and marketing have made beauty and anti-aging products a multi-billion dollar industry. But eons before “cosmeceuticals” and medi-spas came into fashion, the ancient world had its share of ancient beauties with their own natural and effective beauty secrets. Egyptian Queens Nefertiti and Cleopatra were known to use aloe vera as an important part of their beauty regimen. Medical ...

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Don’t Forget to Reward Yourself in 2019

As a mom, and/or a business owner or manager, you recognize the value of rewarding both your kids, and your people for a job well done. Giving credit where credit is due, shows your appreciation, boosts morale, and generally encourages loyalty and happy employees. However, many of us – especially moms — forget another very important person to reward – ...

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How to Promote Healthy Sleep Patterns in Your Children

There are very few parents who are blessed with a child who falls asleep easily and sleeps through the night. For most of us the opposite was true, and we had to face a screaming, crying, tiny ball of frustration every night. Then once you’ve finally found a method to deal with a colicky and finicky newborn, you discover that ...

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Tattoos Are to Dye For!

Tattoos are cool, hip, and trendy. Body art is viewed as a form of self-expression. But did you know that this practice goes back to primitive times? Many ancient civilizations all around the world understood how to decorate the skin permanently. What inspired them is hard to say. We do know that the British sea explorer Captain Cook described both ...

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