By: Kathleen Blandin February 1st, is a day about women’s health. It’s about realizing your worth and the cherished ones around you as well. It sheds light on focusing on YOU and your female companions and to ask yourself, am I doing the best that I can? The American Heart Association (AHA) has titled February … More Go Red for Women Day—What does it mean?
By: Kathleen Blandin With the New Year now upon us, it is time to set goals on tackling home projects. No matter what time or month, goals will help you be accountable for what you want done in the coming future. When it comes to home projects your focus has to be on the feel … More Setting Home Project Goals
By: Kathleen Blandin When you are afraid of something, unless you face it head on—the fear of the unknown manifests into much bigger and frightening possibilities that can keep you from a bigger and brighter reality. As for me, I had a fear of flying. I am not saying that being up miles in the … More Facing Fears
By: Kathleen Blandin Diabetes is prominent on both sides of my family. I, however, do not have diabetes. Everyone from siblings, aunts, uncles and even grandparents sporadically have taken the title and considerably demanding lifestyle that diabetes forks over. Diabetes can be caused by some factors like bad diet and/or pregnancy and sometimes just natural … More Please Don’t Sugarcoat It
By: Kathleen Blandin With Halloween approaching, you may be curious about how to get your little one into the spooky holiday spirit while shielding them from the scarier Halloween things. A simple way to get spooky is to combine things they already love: crafting and food! Show them a little bit of spook doesn’t have … More 4 Spooky Edible Crafts to Ring in the Halloween Spirit