With summer fast approaching it’s time for days by the beach, pool or lake. If you’re like most people over the age of 21 that probably means: Reviewing your wardrobe and working out what clothing still fits. Setting a weight loss goal This year I want to challenge you to do something different. Throw… Read More Summer is almost here, throw away your scales now!
As a parent it’s always a challenge to find Summer Camps for our children that they want to go to. Every year my kids are excited about attending Vacation Bible School at Christ the King Lutheran Church in Newbury Park. When our son was old enough he began volunteering and continues to do so. If… Read More Vacation Bible School – Newbury Park
Bodysattva Healing Arts Center in Thousand Oaks is offering a 9-Week Series for Kids Ages 8 to 16. When: Wednesdays, June 15th to August 10th 2016 4:45pm to 5:45pm. Last year my daughter was able to participate in 5 weeks of classes and really enjoyed it. So much so, that she is coming back to take… Read More Summer Yoga For Kids in Thousand Oaks
If you’re a parent of a child in Elementary school you’ve undoubtedly heard about Summer Slide. It seems like every year my kids get a list of activities to do during the summer to help prevent the Summer Slide. I’ve tried following all the directions from the teachers, activity workbooks and even summer reading skills… Read More How to Prevent Summer Slide
When Vaxxed was first released in Los Angeles I saw it as soon as I could. Why? Because I am a parent of vaccine injured children. My children are meant to be 1 in a Million or so the CDC and the media would lead you to believe. Whether you are a parent or single… Read More Vaxxed : From Cover Up to Catastrophe
If you have a little girl who loves American Girl doll then this deal on the Our Generation Horse and Our Generation Horse Stable at Target this week should not be missed. There is a wide variety of horses to choose from at Target. At the moment the horses that normally retail for $34.95 are… Read More Horse and Horse Stable for 18″ Doll – Save 35%
A friend and I got chatting the other day and she was really interested in where to buy healthier foods. You see, she’d seen many of the posts that I share on Facebook about genetically modified foods and wanted to know what we eat and where do I buy it. I have to be honest that… Read More Where Do I Shop For Food?
After being gluten and dairy free for a few years our son has been really wanting a waffle that looks and tastes like the ones served at restaurants. He’d tried a waffle made in a waffle iron when we were at Disney World and loved it. When I saw a gluten free Waffle and Pancake mix… Read More Gluten free, dairy free waffles
If you’re like me your daughter seems to have a never ending collection of hair accessories. I’ve tried plastic bags, jewelry stands and containers to store her ever growing collection to no avail. This holiday season I finally found something that I thought would work that would also appeal to my little fashionista. I’ve been… Read More How to Organize Hair Accessories
Having a child who can’t have dairy can be tough during the holidays. I used to be very scared of making anything with chocolate as I thought it would be really hard. For me, I think chocolate treats are probably the easiest to make now. The first step is to choose an allergy free chocolate.… Read More Allergy Free Chocolate Lollipops