I recently received a Vacation Travel Family Pack from Superior Source Vitamins to review.
Between back-to-school and cold and flu season being right around the corner, I try to be proactive with my family and keep vitamins and supplements on hand.
I try not to use over-the-counter medicines unless absolutely necessary and with the consultation of my pediatrician and family doctor, know which vitamins and supplements they recommend for each member of my family.
September is International Women’s Friendship Month. Each year, Divas With A Purpose joins in the celebration as one of our core focuses is fostering positive and uplifting relationships among women.
International Women’s Friendship Month was started in 1999 by the Kappa Delta Sorority to remind women of the important role that our women friend play in our lives. Those relationships can truly sustain and empower us throughout our lives.
Throughout the year,
Often times, the family budget is a source of conflict. Most of the time, the major earner makes the final financial decision, which isn’t always a welcome deal for the rest. Since money is such an intrinsic part of family life, families need to achieve accord in this aspect. There is a four-step cycle in budgeting the family money to maintain peace and harmony.
1. Set your priorities.
Priorities are different from goals.
My husband and I enjoy friendly competition. Recently, we began a fitness challenge (inspired by fellow blogger I’m Not The Nanny – thanks Diva!) and have been goading encouraging each other along. While he’s looking to lose a few pounds, my biggest motivation is getting healthier overall and being a positive influence on our children.
Of course, with any competition there has to be some sort of measurement.
Ever got in a mood where you just didn’t feel like being happy? Or thankful? Or positive?
Somehow I recently got into a funk and didn’t realize it until it was too late.
I was cranky. I was irritable. I was just plain BLAH!
I still went about my day-to-day life and put on a happy face. But it was only on the surface. I distanced myself from those that could tell the difference.
Last week we shared 30 ways to increase productivity among our teams and with ourselves. The simple strategies that we shared were fairly easy to implement.
Believe it or not, there are myths and mistaken beliefs that could be preventing you from being more productive in both your personal and work life. Your beliefs about productivity and organization can often prevent you from doing exactly what you want to do and to be in life.
My earliest childhood memory is the day we found out we would be getting my little sisters – TWINS!
My being adopted has never been a secret. There was never a big reveal or life-shattering moment where I found out. It has always been a part of who I am and the dynamics of our family.
I do not recall asking for a little brother or sister, but my parents swear that I was first one to bring up adding to our cozy trio.