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Ok, so I’m someone who thrives in disorder. (I think the nice way to say it is that I enjoy spontaneity, but that’s not 100% honest!) When you work at home, though, the disorder can kill your creativity, and believe me, that’s a problem whether you are a programmer OR a creative writer. But you need to cut through the chaos and that’s why I’m sharing these
This post about today’s opioid epidemic is sponsored by Pacira and SheKnows Media. In January, I was invited to a private event at BlogHer 18 Health, hosted by Pacira, makers of EXPAREL, called “The Operating Room: A Gateway to the Opioid Epidemic.” I was also invited to share what I learned in a sponsored post. This was a very educational event – and some of
I love raising my daughters. I always wanted girls and I’m so proud that they are big-hearted, loyal and care for others. I know they are going to do great things to move the hearts and minds of people. But they’re not the only ones! Girls Giving For Good Helps Girls Give! Yesterday, I learned about a fantastic new organization started by girls for girls. Girls
As you know, all the products that we use in this house are as nontoxic as possible. I also often get samples from the various conferences and expos I go to that feature clean living products. So it was with shock that I learned that what I thought was the best natural deodorant contained aluminum! I thought it was a safe option and didn’t see
Imagine waking up the last day of your perfect Walt Disney vacation to find that your 3-year-old autistic daughter is missing. You don’t know if she’s dead or drowned in the resort’s pool or kidnapped. You fear you’ll never see her again or know what happened. Sadly, this phenomenon is all too common today among children with autism. It’s called autism wandering and it’s terrifying.