Scanadu Scout – A Lifeline in Your Pocket

Scanadu Scout – A Lifeline in Your Pocket

Any time you show up to a hospital, one of the first things you encounter is a nurse who’s arme....read more

Hosting An Easter Egg Hunt

Hosting An Easter Egg Hunt

Planning an Easter Egg Hunt in your yard or neighborhood, seems easy peasy, but with a little cre....read more

Torture in Two’s and Three’s

Torture in Two’s and Three’s

As students, we are forced to endure many evils at the hands of our teachers, but no torture is as h....read more

How Important is Taking A Real Lunch?

How Important is Taking A Real Lunch?

If you're like many women, you sit at your desk and work while eating lunch, or you skip it altog....read more

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Scanadu Scout – A Lifeline in Your Pocket

Any time you show up to a hospital, one of the first things you encounter is a nurse who’s armed and ready to check your vital signs? You know the drill: “Roll up your sleeve,” “How are you feeling?,” “Are you taking any medications?” “Take a deep breath,” etc. We LOVE our nurses and doctors. But would you feel safer knowing that you had a gadget to check your vitals on hand in case of an emergency?

Hosting An Easter Egg Hunt

Planning an Easter Egg Hunt in your yard or neighborhood, seems easy peasy, but with a little creative prep, you can make it a festivity that kids of all ages will love.  The great thing about an Easter Egg Hunt is that they’re relatively inexpensive and stress-free to throw and who doesn’t love an old school Easter Egg Hunt?

Torture in Two’s and Three’s

As students, we are forced to endure many evils at the hands of our teachers, but no torture is as horrendous and painful as the group project. Whether or not you get to choose your partners, there is always at least one slacker who does not do anything

How Important is Taking A Real Lunch?

If you’re like many women, you sit at your desk and work while eating lunch, or you skip it altogether. As stress levels rise at the work place, could it be because only a third of us take a lunch break?

3 Meditation Myths Busted

It’s not hard to find research that touts the amazing benefits of a meditation practice.  Proven benefits include: anti-aging, weight loss, peace of mind, increased focus, lower blood pressure, etc.  The list goes on and on.  Would you like to experience these benefits?

Happy Hour Drink of the Week: French 75

Maybe it’s because I have incredible wanderlust right now, or maybe it’s because Paris in the springtime is the stuff of songs–Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra. Looks like the closest I can get right now is a cocktail and a few French movies

The Garden Spot with Hannah Scott: Spring Planting

Getting an early start on your garden will insure you a lushness to your plants, veggies and flowers this summer as the growing season is just beginning. If you’re in a colder climate, start your seeds indoors now,

Top Family Spring Break Getaways

Spring break isn’t just for college kids. The only questions are warm or cold? Skiing, hiking or beach? Once you’ve got that nailed down, there are great choices for each destination if you start your planning now.

White Pizza Dip

Looking for a dip to bring to an Oscars Viewing Party this weekend? This White Pizza Dip is always a hit as it has all the flavors you love with pizza (and you can add any topping you like on your pizza as well, inside or on the side.)  Oven roasting tomatoes is a great way to bring out the flavor

Reduce Your Electricity Bills

Are you spending too much money on electricity? If you’re leaving your household electronics plugged in (TV, refrigerator, coffee maker, washer, dryer, etc.) you are paying for their use when you aren’t using them at all. Why spend all day working to pay an electric company that’s charging you

I Am Not My Mistakes

We all make mistakes. It’s how you react to the mistakes you make that makes the difference. Do you “wake up” or “shut down”?

Let’s just put it out there that I made two, in my mind, major mistakes this weekend that will cost me money.

Heart Disease a Young Person’s Disease?

According to the American Heart Association, over 5 million people die from heart failure every year in the U.S. alone. Bad eating habits, drug addiction or old age may be among the top silencers of these beating beauties, but have you ever considered exercise to be a leading cause in the cardio catastrophe?