Homemade Flu Remedies – Flu Survival Tea

Homemade flu remedies

It’s definitely cold and flu season here in Vermont.  Everyone we know seems to have the sniffles or some other form of the flu.  I don’t generally run for traditional medication every time I feel a bit off.  I believe that there are herbal remedies for most illnesses.  After all, our ancestors couldn’t run to […]

Walgreens Refill Reminders Saved the Day!

Walgreens Refill Reminders #shop #WalgreensRX #cbias

I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for Collective Bias and its advertiser. We have been having some really crazy winter weather here in Vermont.   Last week we had a ton of snow and temperatures got down to […]

Aromatherapy for Stress Relief

Aromatherapy for stress relief

Disclosure: Products provided for review. Christmas will be here in two weeks.  That is fourteen days for those of you that are counting. If you’re trying not to count the days, like me, two weeks sounds much better.  The list of things I still need to get done for clients before Christmas is huge.  The […]

Diabetes and Oral Care

Diabetes Awareness Month

I am being compensated by Colgate Total for my participation in this campaign as part of the Mom It Forward Blogger Network. My husband has diabetes.  When he was younger, he was a football player and was in great physical shape. He lifted weights and was very active.  One year, he hurt his back moving wood. That […]

After Hours Medical Helpline and Twitter Party Alert

after hours medical helpline

This post on an after hours medical helpline has been sponsored. All opinions are mine and mine alone. I’m sure we’ve all had those moments.  It’s 8pm on a Sunday night and you need medical information.  You just want to talk to a doctor or nurse for a quick question or simple diagnosis.  You want […]

Keeping Track of Medications

keeping track of medications

As a caregiver, I deal with keeping track of medications on a daily basis.  Today, I am talking to you about this subject as part of a sponsored campaign with The Motherhood and Care4Today. I would never encourage you to use something that I didn’t feel was a great idea. All opinions are mine and […]

Menopause Awareness – The Good, The Bad and The Sweaty

Menopause awareness

This post on menopause awareness is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Estroven. The opinions and text are all mine. September is Menopause Awareness month and I’ll be honest with you and tell you I had no idea there was a menopause awareness month.  I honestly try not to think a lot […]

Why Exercise Technology Is The Secret Ingredient

Exercise technology

This post on exercise technology has been inspired by a product provided for review. I’ve received Move C300 activity tracker as a compensation for my time and efforts via Fitspiration For Moms Network. The thoughts, experiences, and opinions are entirely mine My weight has gone up and down since I graduated high school.  At a low, […]

Workout Accessories That Motivate Me

workout accessories

This post on workout accessories has been inspired by a product provided for review. This post contains affiliate links. All opinions are mine and mine alone. I try to workout regularly. Some days I am seriously lacking in motivation.  I look at my athletic shoes. I look at my exercise bike. That’s about as far […]

How To Buy Athletic Shoes And Start Getting In Shape


This post on how to buy athletic shoes is sponsored.  I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Reebok. I received a Famous Footwear gift card to purchase a pair of Reebok shoes to facilitate my review and to thank me for participating. When you’re considering a new exercise routine, one of the first […]