Monthly Archives: November 2016

Packing Tips When Traveling with Only a Carry-On

Tweet During the holidays, prices for baggage can really go high that’s why more vacationers opt to travel with a carry-on alone.  It may sound impossible for some, especially for over packers, but trust me, with careful planning and innovation, … Continue reading

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Dangerous Toys for 2016

Tweet Toys are supposed to be fun and educational.  However, they can also provide risks and danger to a child’s welfare especially when left unsupervised.  Year after year, toy-related injuries and fatalities continue to increase due to choking, suffocation, punctures, … Continue reading

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How to Survive Thanksgiving (and Christmas) Without Busting your Diet

Tweet If you are on a “diet,” you probably face a major challenge on holidays, especially Thanksgiving and Christmas, which are traditionally centered around an extravagant family meal, with the implicit feeling that if you try to curtail your eating, … Continue reading

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Tips for Getting Over Empty Nest Syndrome

Tweet If your last child is all grown up and about to leave home, you’re probably  experiencing a mixed bag of emotions. The child who once used to rely on you for everything is now set to go out into the … Continue reading

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6 Alexa Skills to Help You Make your Holiday Prep Easier and Smarter

Tweet Cue Andy William’s “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year.” “It’s the hap-happiest season of all… with those holiday greetings and gay happy meetings… when friends come to call.  It’s the hap-happiest season of all…  There’ll be parties … Continue reading

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