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Homemade Baby Food Made Easy

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Making homemade baby food is something wonderful you can do for your kids. It allows you to know exactly what goes into every meal and more importantly, what doesn’t. Even if a jar says “preservative-free” or “all natural,” that still means the once healthy whole fruits and veggies have been super-heated and processed beyond recognition, removing tons of nutritional value and flavor. Read More »

5 Tricks to Save Up for the New Baby

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Having a baby entails its own special economics. It needs an entirely new kind of financial responsibility that requires planning way ahead before giving birth. Aside from crunching big numbers involving hospital bills, medical expenses, and even school tuition fees, however, there are small but smart ways you can save up for your new baby. Read More »

Nancy O’Dell: Reporting, Writing, Mom, Oh My!

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Nancy O’Dell is… UNSTOPPABLE! Not only is this beauty co-hosting America’s top rated entertainment news programs, she is also mom, step-mom, wife and successful book writer. But despite her demanding career she still manages to make sure her family is put first. In this exclusive interview Nancy tells us all about how she manages to juggle all of her life’s commitments and what led her to become a bestselling writer! Read More »

Great Brain Boosters for Your Baby

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Babies can grow up at an alarming rate (and not just physically!). Their brains, along with their five senses, needs the right kind of stimulation for proper development. Some parents start as early as the pregnancy stage by listening to classical music and taking pediatrician-recommended supplements. Once baby is born, however, you should continue to stimulate their mental, visual, auditory, and tactile capabilities with these simple but effective daily brain-boosters. Read More »

LOL… All the Way to the Gym

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All workout and no play? Not according to this activewear! Whether you rise and shine at 5am or sweat it out after a long day at the office, chances are you might need a little encouragement to get your butt to the gym on the daily. Ditch those dingy tees with last year’s sweat stains and get motivated with these laugh-out-loud tees and tanks – because laughing burns calories too! Read More »

Top Ten Toddler Safety Tips

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Safety begins at home and should be a consistent factor everywhere you go. This is especially true if you have young children. Toddlers are vulnerable to accidents, so protecting them from harm should be foremost in all that you do. We’ve rounded up ten of the most important safety tips below to guide you at home and when you’re planning a trip with your kids. Read More »

Debunking Common Fitness Myths for Success in 2015

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The new year is officially here and with it comes a flurry of goals to accomplish in 2015. Among those goals, getting fit and losing weight are some of the most popular. However, it’s important to base exercises off fitness facts rather than fiction, which is why we wanted to share a quick visual from Nautilus Inc. on common fitness myths. Read More »

Packing Your Hospital Bag for the New Baby

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The arrival of a new baby will definitely send any household into a flurry of activity in preparation. When the birthing day arrives, you must be ready with all necessary items in your hospital bag. Not sure where to start? Read on to know about the top must-have items you need to bring with you so you can welcome your new bundle of joy with comfort and convenience. Read More »

Your Single Friends Need Love, Too!

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It all starts with that infamous line: “I met someone.” Your best friend has captured the eye of some well-to-do insurance broker and slowly exits your life stage right. You quickly find yourself without your partner in crime, not to mention single, unattached and childless. You’re happy for her of course, but worried that you may have just lost a friend. Read More »