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Go On A Spring Getaway To Mexico

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Apple Vacations. All opinions are 100% mine. In the midst of more snow in New York, all I can think about is a vacation someplace warm, like beautiful Mexico. I know Mexico is amazing after visiting about ten years ago, and I’d say it’s […]

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March: No Sugar

Giving up sugar was extremely hard, because I love my daily cup(s) of coffee and can’t stand coffee black, so how was I going to enjoy my daily motivator? Then I watched this documentary on Amazon Prime and Sugar Coated on Netflix, and that was it. Sugar was gone, and the idea of eating something […]

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March Is National Kidney Disease Prevention Month

One in three Americans is at risk for chronic kidney disease, and kidney disease causes more deaths than breast cancer or prostate cancer. It is the ninth leading cause of death in the U.S., and it is estimated that 30 million people in the U.S. are affected by kidney disease but approximately 90% of those […]

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Sometimes It’s Ok For Kids To Play With Their Food

This post is sponsored by the Goldfish brand but the content and opinions expressed here are my own. My sons are artistic, and we have fun after school and on our days at home during school breaks and on weekends. We read together, build unique creations with STEM toys, and do arts and crafts. My […]

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The Unicorn of Moisturizers

I was recently introduced to the unicorn of moisturizers, a moisturizer that is high on the matrix bring being extraordinarily moisturizing and effective and yet at the same time, not crazy expensive. It’s also long-lasting while being light as air, and tones skin with a matte finish. It reduces the appearance of pores, and absorbs […]

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