New App Magnus Cards Provides Autism Support


  April is National Autism Awareness Month, and is a good reminder that 1 in 68 children are diagnosed with Autism every year.  It’s a great month to promote awareness and help spread the word about tools that can help children as well as parents of children diagnosed with autism.   For the millions of people […]

Sunday Reads & Book Review: YA Berserker


    About the Book A Norse teen and her family are forced to flee to the American West to escape the effects of an ancestral Viking curse in this jaw-dropping fantasy novel from the author of Monument 14. “Berserker is a triumph, introducing a wholly-new breed of Viking superhero.”Alyson Noël, New York Times- bestselling author of […]

Organize Your Time with On-Cor!


* This post is sponsored by On-Cor, but all opinions are my own. #CountOnCor  While we are still getting snowstorms here in Western New York, this past weekend’s arrival of daylight savings time is a good reminder that spring is on the way!  And even though Mother Nature hasn’t got the memo yet, we are super […]

3 Ways to Keep Your Immune System Strong All Year Long


As you have probably heard, the 2018 flu season has been a doozy. Instead of influenza A and B taking turns circulating, USA Today reports that both are going around at the same time, and this year’s flu shot seems to have missed the mark. One strain of the flu, H3N2, is especially nasty this […]

Keeping My Resolutions with On-Cor


* This post is sponsored by On-Cor, but all opinions are my own. #CountOnCor  Man, if it wasn’t crazy this holiday season, I don’t know what it was.  Being a single mom, it’s always a bit of scheduling craziness with fitting in holiday fun. When the girls aren’t with their dads, balancing work schedules, trying to […]

Stay Healthy During the Holidays with 4-H Food Smart Families


* This post was sponsored by the National 4-H Council as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. It’s holiday time, and that means that it can be easy to overindulge- not only for me, but for my kids as well.  It’s so important for […]

Topics To Cover With Your Teen Before They Go Off To College

College student writing on desk

Heading off to college is an exciting time in your child’s life. While they probably can’t wait to leave, you will feel sad about the fact that they’re not going to be around the house anymore. While there are a lot of emotions to be experienced and to-dos to check off the list, it’s important […]

How to Make Family Dinners Easy and Quick


* This post is sponsored by On-Cor, but all opinions are my own. #CountOnCor #OvenTimeTips It seems like there are never enough hours in a day between work, running the kids to activities, and making sure the house is picked up. Sitting down at the table as a family and eating together can be a challenge […]