By: Cheryl Maguire “Are you kidding me??” That was my reaction after opening our water bill. The amount was $700 MORE than the normal average amount. My first call was to the town water company assuming it must be some sort of mistake. “What is your address?” I rattled off my address, including the town, … More This Hack Could Save You Money on Your Water Bill￼
By: Dr. Tanvi Maharaja, PT DPT OCS PCES, Pelvic Health PT Chronic pain is one of those complex experiences that science still has to completely unravel. The perception and treatment of chronic pain has changed dramatically over the past few decades. This paradigm shift occurred when neuroscientists, and subsequently health care practitioners, began to see and treat … More Pain Awareness Month with the American Chronic Pain Association
By: Martianne Stanger As I write this, I am sitting on the couch sick. I can get up and do some things, but, each time I do, I am beset with a coughing fit. So, I am pacing myself. Meanwhile, my household is still humming. The laundry machine and dryer are turning. The dishwasher is … More Not for a Bygone Era: Saturday Morning Chores
By: Cheryl Maguire Over the years, I’ve had ups and downs in my health journey (haven’t we all?) I read a quote from someone just last week that said, “You will never always be motivated. You have to learn to be disciplined.” We all know that living a healthy lifestyle is important in preventing some … More Staying Motivated to Stay Healthy
By: Martianne Stanger Helmet on. Excitement stoked. New obstacles ready to be conquered. Love, caution, yet encouragement pouring out. This has been my husband. “You did it!” This has been me shouting out about my son’s victory while snapping photos of his bike and skateboard exploits. Honestly, I never thought I’d be one to hang at skate … More Let Your Child’s Latest Passion Prompt Time Together
By: Cheryl Maguire When PeggySue Wells’ husband walked out on her, she looked at her six children’s face’s and wondered, How did this happen? So many other questions ran through her mind. Could I ease their pain? What do I do now? Will my children be permanently damaged? Can I provide all that my family needs? Wells was able to move … More Surviving Divorce: How to Prepare For The Road Ahead
We’re excited to announce that we’re sponsoring another Signature Moms Blog Contest! All mothers, grandmothers and aunts in the South Shore area of Massachusetts are invited to enter from July 9 through August 3. The contest will culminate with five women joining our paid team of bloggers, currently comprised of Sandy Churchill, Tanya Pimental, Martianne Stanger, … More We Want You to Join Our Team of Bloggers
We’re excited to announce that we’re sponsoring another Signature Moms Blog Contest! All mothers, grandmothers and aunts in the South Shore area of Massachusetts are invited to enter from June 20, 2016 to July 26, 2016. The contest will culminate with five women winning $300 each. The selected ladies will join Sandy Churchill, Tanya Pimental, Martianne Stanger, and … More Become A Signature Moms Featured Blogger!
By: Alicia Tapp, Guest Contributor Unsure of what to do this 4th of July? The possibilities are limitless, but it’s important that you and your family stay safe while celebrating with loved ones. To keep your family entertained, try these fun-filled activities! 1) Patriotic Ice Cream Cone Wrapper Looking for a fun way to entertain … More Have a Fun Fourth of July!
By: Heather Desmond O’Neill There are definitely two teams in our house. Us against them. We have to stick together. If we don’t, our children may realize that ultimately we really have no power. There are fabrications that we have told our children to keep the upper hand. After the kids are in bed, sometimes … More Untruths