The next time you find yourself caught up in the chaos of daily life, find a moment for a sacred pause. Good advice, but what does that mean? Find out on Catching Health.
It’s a wonderful time of the year, especially for kids. To make sure they have fun and stay safe, here are a few holiday safety tips.
Thanksgiving is a time to show gratitude for all that we have. To enjoy a feast of food and loved ones. BUT too much food, too much family, and too little activity can make us feel just the opposite. Here’s some expert advice for surviving the day and the rest of the holidays.
Looking for something new and different to serve for the holidays? Try my sister Debi’s recipe for baked stuffed winter squash. You won’t be sorry.
Dreading the holidays? Your family isn’t on the same page politically and you know dinner will end in a shouting match. Learn how to set the table for civility.
However and whenever you celebrate the holiday season, I hope yours is filled with joy and love.
A holiday recipe from Measuring Up! Cooking for Kids — Michele Howard’s cooking school for kids in Scarborough, Maine. You can make it with your kids.
World Against Toys Causing Harm just released its 2016 “10 Worst Toys” list. One item is a cuddly elephant pillow and another a doll that plays peek-a-boo. Hazardous? Yes. Find out why.
What’s wrong with turkey? The skin and the gravy could make your dog sick. I have a long list of other tips that will help keep your pets safe during the holidays.