The Importance of Healthy Food Access!


There are almost 30 million people in the U.S. who don’t have access to healthy food, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. Most of these people are low-income and live more than a mile from a supermarket where they could get healthy, fresh and affordable food choices. They may live near convenience stores where they mostly get high-sugar, high-fat fast food and liquor. Experts in the field express their concerns such as what … Continue reading

Two Health and Wellness Optimization Strategies You Can Implement Now!


As 2015 gains momentum, more and more people are interested in optimizing their level of wellness. This inclination is important and advantageous given the fact that the country is currently in the grip of a health epidemic. In fact, obesity rates are at an all-time high and more and more children are being diagnosed with debilitating conditions like diabetes. Despite the fact that health issues abound in the country, individuals who want to lead a … Continue reading

Hear It Before You Say It! The Power Of Words!


It has been an interesting week. Shoot… this last whole summer has been interesting. I have debated writing this for a while. I have seen hate fly faster than a bird out of a forest fire. Rude and inconsiderate words have soared high and attacked all in its path. The Rebel flag raised a lot of … well ruckus this summer. I saw where one person stated on Facebook concerning this topic –  “save me the hassle … Continue reading

50 Feet Garden Expandable Hose! #GardenHose


Ohuhu Expandable Garden Hose is made of durable double latex, and this material makes the hose expands to 3 times its length with water flow and contracts in a few minutes when water flow off. In addition, this garden hose will never tangle, twist or kink, which is flexible and easy to handle and storage store. ~~~   Plus, this Ohuhu garden hose comes with a high quality spray nozzle with 8 adjustable patterns that … Continue reading

53″ 5-Level Cloth Storage Wardrobe Closet! #wardrobe


This Ohuhu® 53″ 5-Level Non-Woven Cloth Storage Wardrobe Closet is just the thing to solve your space saving issues. This portable closet is great for seasonal storage and ideal as an extra space for hanging or folding clothing. The steady metal frame and non-woven fabric ensure this wardrobe is both durable and solid enough to hold your garments. Equipped with 11 cubicles and a hanging rack, this closet can store jackets, shirts, pants, jumpers, dresses … Continue reading

Eat Great at the Office With These Healthy Lunch Ideas!


Many parents face numerous responsibilities on a daily basis, from work obligations to social commitments and virtually everything in between. Such busy schedules can often get in the way of meal preparation, especially when it comes to making wholesome and healthy lunches every day. Fortunately, there are an abundance of great office lunch ideas that allow you to eat healthy without skimping on flavor. Many of these ideas can be prepared in mere minutes, which … Continue reading

Greyson Gray: Fair Game by B.C. Tweedt! #GreysonGray


The Greyson Gray Series follows twelve-year-old Greyson Gray and his loyal group of quirky friends as they are swept into a dangerous world rapidly being torn apart by terrorists bent on dividing the nation. The first book, Greyson Gray: Camp Legend, takes up the story as Greyson meets his friends at a sports camp, discovers a terrorist plot, and dares to stop it. Book #2, Greyson Gray: Fair Game, continues Greyson’s adventure as he takes … Continue reading

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month! #ShowYourGold @StJude


“Your child has cancer.” This year, parents of nearly 16,000 children in the U.S. will hear those words! One in five of those children won’t survive. September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and as a leader in the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® will focus on raising awareness and funds for this very important issue. Despite significant progress made by St. Jude Children’s Research … Continue reading