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Interview with Water Bearer Foundation’s CEO, Kimberly Evans

Posted by on Oct 8, 2014

The Water Bearer Foundation raises money to fund scholarships in marine biology, raise awareness about conservation, and educate people about marine life. The founder and CEO,...

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Motivation

In Case No One Told You, You Look Fine.

Posted by on Sep 11, 2014

You look fine. You look like you. If no one has told you lately, or ever, let me. You are fine. You look like you are supposed to look—and it is perfect. Perfect is a loaded word,...

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Health & Well-Being

Gluten-Free: Friend, Fad, or Foe?

Posted by on Oct 23, 2014

Are we done yet talking about gluten? I say that tongue in cheek, because no, we probably are not. I think the “gluten vs. gluten-free, which is right, which is wrong, is it about...

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Family & Relationships

Little Loves: What Makes A Grandparent?

Posted by on Oct 16, 2014

By Mo Breden I’m NOT a Grandma. I may never be.  I have made my peace with it, and I sincerely am ok with it.   One of my most ardent desires in life was to be a mother, and I was...

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Gluten-Free: Friend, Fad, or Foe?

Gluten-Free: Friend, Fad, or Foe?

Oct 23, 2014

Are we done yet talking about gluten? I say that tongue in cheek, because no, we probably are not. I think the “gluten vs. gluten-free, which is right, which is wrong, is it about health or weight or what, should I or shouldn’t I” circus is kind of fascinating. It’s also a great example of how once a discussion becomes a hot media item, and is perceived as...

31 Movie Bad Girls for Halloween: The Final Chapter

31 Movie Bad Girls for Halloween: The Final Chapter

Oct 21, 2014

This week we are looking at what I consider the classic scary movies featuring Movie Bad Girls. These are movies that to me go hand in hand with the holiday. After that I have cruised the web looking for fun homemade costumes for children this Halloween and have listed some of my favorites. A great costume doesn’t have to be store bought. So here we go...

Little Loves: What Makes A Grandparent?

Little Loves: What Makes A Grandparent?

Oct 16, 2014

By Mo Breden I’m NOT a Grandma. I may never be.  I have made my peace with it, and I sincerely am ok with it.   One of my most ardent desires in life was to be a mother, and I was blessed twice in that regard. I will always count those two relationships, with my daughter and my son, as the most cherished in my life. One of the reasons I have easily made peace...

Too Old To Trick-Or-Treat? Here’s An Alternative

Too Old To Trick-Or-Treat? Here’s An Alternative

Oct 15, 2014

How old is “too old” to trick-or-treat? According to a poll taken by Today.com, most people think that kids are too old by age 12. Really? Twelve-year-olds are still babies! I get it though. As a person who is less and less inclined to open her door (on a regular day), I don’t enjoy the late-night knocks on Halloween. Never mind the fact that...

31 Movie Bad Girls for Halloween Part 3: Kid’s Edition

31 Movie Bad Girls for Halloween Part 3: Kid’s Edition

Oct 14, 2014

With Halloween on a Friday this year the kids deserve to stay up a little later than usual. Have a movie night and give your children a ghoulish treat on the scariest night of the year. I have some movies listed and I will break it down by age groups. Of course as a parent it is up to you to determine which movies are appropriate for your kids. So here are some...

Staying Healthy While Navigating Change

Staying Healthy While Navigating Change

Oct 9, 2014

By Jen Kahn You’ve got it all covered. You get up early to go to the gym before work, eat balanced and nutritious meals, meditate daily, and follow your doctor’s recommendations for your age group…but what happens when you go on vacation, get busy at work, move house, have a major life event, or plain old need a change of schedule? Perhaps this isn’t you...

Interview with Water Bearer Foundation’s CEO, Kimberly Evans

Interview with Water Bearer Foundation’s CEO, Kimberly Evans

Oct 8, 2014

The Water Bearer Foundation raises money to fund scholarships in marine biology, raise awareness about conservation, and educate people about marine life. The founder and CEO, Kimberly Evans, took time out of her busy schedule to talk with the Work Life Balance Protection Agency about her mission. WLBPA: Thanks for taking the time to talk with us. I think what...

31 Movie Bad Girls for Halloween Part 2

31 Movie Bad Girls for Halloween Part 2

Oct 7, 2014

Let’s continue with our list of Movie Bad Girls to make your Halloween a little more chilling. Last week the movies were incredibly violent. This week I am listing some ladies in some spooky films that play on more of a psychological level (and yes a couple of the movies are violent) . I hope you enjoy them. October 10 “Monster” (2003) Stars:...

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