As parents, our goals are to create humans that are kind, happy, successful, and someone who thinks outside of themselves (I’m sure there’s more to this list but I’m all over the place at the moment). I know, we all say “why can’t children come with manuals?” or something to that effect. Luckily, there are several books that can give you an understanding on how … Continue reading Books On Raising Children
I am anemic so I make sure I take an iron supplement and have iron-rich foods in my diet (spinach, beans, chicken, beef, dark chocolate). I also have a darker skin tone so I worry over my Vitamin D intake, especially in the winter, when I rarely go out long enough to get sun. The other day I was looking at multivitamins in the supermarket … Continue reading Are Gender Specific Vitamins Better For You?
1. Annihilation – Lena, a biologist and former soldier, joins a mission to uncover what happened to her husband inside Area X – a sinister and mysterious phenomenon that is expanding across the American coastline. Once inside, the expedition discovers a world of mutated landscapes and creatures, as dangerous as it is beautiful, that threatens both their lives and their sanity. Starring: Natalie Portman, Jennifer … Continue reading Movies Out This Weekend
We finished reading Peter Nimble and His Fantastic Eyes, which my son absolutely loved, and we kind of struggled for a few days to find a book that piqued his interest. Finally, I asked my husband for suggestions and he said how he really liked The Indian In The Cupboard. So we gave it a shot, and from the first night of reading, my son … Continue reading Currently Reading
It was a “warm” week here in New England (if you consider mid to high 40s warm) and it got me thinking of the struggles of upkeep, especially that lovely, luxurious fur we allow to grow during the long winter months. Some time in the spring we all break out our razors and get to work, but I happened to stumble across an article talking … Continue reading Sugar Waxing Recipe