Spring cleaning is the perfect time to clear your home, home office (and mind), but how do you get it all done when you're a work-at-home mom? In this issue of Working Mom 3.0, writer Stephanie Taylor Christensen offers expert tips on easy ways to simplify your life this spring.Read Full Story
Every woman’s pregnancy is different. Her first can be drastically different than her second. Some women never experience so much as a bout of heartburn and barely gain a pound while others find themselves constantly queasy, irritable and seem to gain weight like it’s going out of style.Read Full Story
Marriages are made up of so many important components, but in the day-to-day life of parenting and responsibilities, your emotional connection can get lost. While each and every piece of your relationship is significant, maintaining a strong emotional connection is key. Keep reading for expert tips on how to keep your marriage emotionally hot.Read Full Story
Working moms are no strangers to guilt. It's not always a bad thing, and can provide telling insight into changes that you could make for a happier life. In this installment of Working Mom 3.0, Stephanie Taylor Christensen uses her own guilt to learn how the powerful emotion can be used for good, and most important, how to set it free.Read Full Story
It's estimated that one-third of adults over the age of 65 are living with diabetes. While diabetes can be managed relatively easy for younger adults, seniors managing diabetes present special challenges that can hinder keeping their condition under control. To help manage diabetes in senior parents and loved ones, take these steps to help lower the risk of complications and issues that can arise from an inconsistent and inadequate diabetic care routine.Read Full Story
When my husband first received a tentative diagnosis of Alzheimer’s, I initially felt detached and numb. Could this really be happening to us? He’d been forgetting more than was average for someone in their early 70s, yet I felt mainly disbelief. In the months that followed, my family and I experienced a wide range of feelings: sadness, grief, anxiety, resentment, frustration, fear and anger – all totally understandable. If you’re facing emotional duress because a loved one has Alzheimer’s, here are some of the best tips to help you and your loved one on this journey.Read Full Story
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