Think Kind Thoughts for Those Of Us With Broken Hearts This Mother’s Day

Many days I get home from work feeling exhausted and isolated. In our family-orientated society, I am constantly reminded of what I am missing. Now, I don’t want you to pity me. Please don’t do that. That is not why I write this. Reaching your middle years alone, having just got there myself, plays havoc with … More Think Kind Thoughts for Those Of Us With Broken Hearts This Mother’s Day

Thankful Thought Tuesday: 5 Ways to Make Mealtime Meaningful

Coming together for a shared meal is a simple, yet important way for family members to bond and create memories with one another. There’s no better time than right now to bring everyone together around the dinner table – including your four-legged friends – for a delicious meal. These tips can help make mealtime even … More Thankful Thought Tuesday: 5 Ways to Make Mealtime Meaningful

Pool Safety Tips While Learning from Home

Introducing swimming to your child at an early age can encourage them to remain healthy throughout their lives. And if you’re homeschooling your child (and so many of us are due to Coronavirus and safer-at-home orders), swimming is an excellent choice for a homeschool physical education program.   With swimming as part of their homeschool … More Pool Safety Tips While Learning from Home

Doctors On Call For Weird Rashes Related To COVID-19

The dermatologists at FirstDerm.com are seeing a huge spike in user numbers with questions about cracked skin and suspicious rashes correlating with COVID-19. For example, a 30 year old male has submitted a photo of his abnormally red toes and reports other COVID-19 symptoms. Cracked skin is also a common question dermatologists are observing relating … More Doctors On Call For Weird Rashes Related To COVID-19