Hydration

Just a bit of a reminder – drink lots of water. Make your kids drink lots of water. They will resist and whine and complain, but you know it’s the right thing to do. Seriously. It’s the end of August, and we are all easily distracted with “back to school” stuff, be it shopping for

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Social Changes

It’s been interesting having marijuana legal in the state of Washington. One of the fears is it will be more readily accessible to our kids. With actual controls and oversight of the industry it’s proving to not be the case. Much like liquor, if kids really want to find a way, they will, but that’s

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It Should Be Simple

It’s difficult sometimes when the simplest of things get needlessly more complicated. In the “adult” world we have expectations, when we say something, tell somebody to do something, we expect a specific result. With kids we know it’s not always going to go the way we want, it’s a learning process. Why is following directions

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Block Party

Last night was the annual National Night Out, an event sponsored by the National Association Of Town Watch. Head over to http://natw.org/ to find out more about the neighborhood watch program as well as possibly hosting a block party next year. Where we are staying while our house is being remodeled, well, there’s a retired Fire

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No Longer Making Sacrifices Because of Sensitive Teeth

*Disclosure Notice: I was compensated by One2One Network for participating in this product study & unveiling for their client, Crest. Opinions are my own Last week I was lucky enough to participate in a product launch for Crest & their new product Sensi-Stop Strips. They are sensitivity relief strips that are placed directly on the

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