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Love popcorn? So do I. Sure, especially when it’s paired with delicious flavors that make it even more tempting than the boring old plain popped with salt or butter. Actually, I can’t stand butter on my popcorn and I don’t do dairy anyway so… But what if that delicious popped corn was actually benefitting the community, specifically, the autism community? Well, that’s exactly what this
We are all imperfect, but I believe that we can all be extraordinary every day in the little things we do. Those details add up to make a big difference, especially when you are teaching your kids stewardship. It’s not necessarily the big sweeping overhauls that teach them to care for something, but the small, day-to-day actions that reveal how we can champion the things we
This post was sponsored by the Boys & Girls Club of America as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. Summertime is coming soon and all of us parents have the same question: What to do with the kids once school is out? Suddenly, they are around 24/7. My youngest likes to grab me when I’m right in the middle of an article and beg me
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