What Makes A Mother? Mother’s Day was officially created in 1908 to honor mothers whose sons died in war. The earliest attempts to establish a Mother’s Day was rooted in women’s peace groups. It has since become a day to celebrate motherhood, mothers, and the positive contributions they make to our society. Consider what we believe to be true about motherhood. Mothers are supposed to be selfless; love unconditionally; be kind, patient, gentle; quick to soothe a hurt; always available; ... Continue Reading
For Earth Day, check out these untraditional ways to improve our environment and our health.
Earth Day is April 22, but really, every day is Earth Day. It is of course our home and we are all in this together. As moms we get busy (very busy) and other than throwing a jar in the recycle bin, I think we forget how much power we have to reshape our surroundings and ultimately our children’s future. You probably already do a variety of things: take your chic reusable tote out shopping, turn off lights when you are not in a room, and recycle your plastic and tins. We wanted to ... Continue Reading
Taking care of your skin is more than skin deep. The vitamins and food you put in your body are just as vital.
Our skin is one of the first things people notice about us. Any beauty-conscious person knows this, and may tempted to spend a decent amount of money on skin care products. The only problem is, while skin creams are great, they are only surface solutions. Taking care of your skin must start from inside your body. "What goes in must come out." Your skin, like any other organ, needs vitamins and minerals in order for it to function properly. And properly functioning skin looks great. Vitamins, ... Continue Reading