By: Janice Johnson-Plumer It seems the health craze is not dying down anytime soon. It seems all the magazines I see have some sort of buffed or muscled man or woman on the cover. You may be thinking, “I would love to look like that,” or, “That seems impossible.” According to the Centers for Disease and … More Benefits of Fifteen Minutes
By: Janice Johnson-Plumer With 2015 behind me I actually have a chance to reflect on what happened to me this past year. I remembered summer had just started and I am preparing for a relaxing vacation with my husband. Well, before the vacation even had a chance to start, it ended. My husband delivers some disturbing news and … More When Life Hands You a Curveball
By: Janice Johnson-Plumer When was the last time you said “I love you” to someone? When was the last time you encouraged a love one? When was the last time you had a real heart-to-heart conversation with someone that wasn’t through text, instant messenger, or email? As I sit here and reflect on the passing of … More The Time To Love Is Now
We asked the Signature Mom Bloggers to share their favorite Christmas traditions. Check out what they had to say and then tell us about your favorite holiday traditions! Do you leave special cookies for Santa on Christmas eve? Or do you have a favorite movie you watch with your family? We want to know! Tanya Pimenta: We … More Christmas Traditions
By: Janice Johnson-Plumer As I read time and time again how many of our youth are being bullied, feel isolated, and commit suicide, I wonder how that can be prevented. As I was researching this topic, I came across an organization called The Jason Foundation, which was born out of a father’s loss after his son … More Protecting Our Children
By: Janice Johnson-Plumer About a week ago I happened to stop at a carwash to clean out my car. It was a beautiful day and the sun was shining. The sound of loud music filled the air, as I saw kids having fun, listening to music in their car. My mind flashed to a similar … More How Safe Are Our Children?
By: Janice Johnson-Plumer As I watch my son reach for the basketball I stop and think to myself: Am I reaching enough in areas of my own life? I watch Quincy and he is really giving it all he’s got to give the ball to his teammate. At times, I sit and wonder what I … More Reach