Summer is in full swing and beach days are upon us. Whether you live near the beach or plan to have a beach vacation, there are many things to keep in mind when spending time at the beach. Taking several safety precautions when enjoying the beach will help prevent injury or death in relation to the water and weather.
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It’s the golden rule of weight loss: drink more water. It’s also the golden rule of most doctors, especially during the hot days of summer when dehydration can be a killer. But, if you’re like most of us, plain old water just doesn’t get our taste buds going. This is why we love SweetLeaf Water Drops, packed full of flavor without all the calories or carbs.
Stressed, overwhelmed, anxious, and drained… when life happens, this is just a snippet of emotions and feelings that can wash over you like a relentless wave – pounding away repeatedly at you day in and day out. There’s more to life than just struggling to survive and pushing through the hardships that come your way. When you desire to gain more from your life, destress with ease, and intentionally give up the the way of life that constantly beats you down, meditation may be the key to unlocking your greatest potential.
Part of starting school is packing a lunch. Packing a homemade lunch is often healthier than buying lunch at school. Having a cool new lunchbox, water bottle or food container makes packing a lunch fun. Think outside the brown paper bag and get some lunch gear that will protect your culinary creations, keep cold stuff cold and make it easy for your kids to enjoy their mid-day meal away from you. This is the best lunchbox gear you will find anywhere!
Are you ready to hit the beach and the pool this summer? The temperature is rising so get ready to splash around and cool off in the water in a new swimsuit. Don’t dig out that old tankini you’ve been wearing for years. You know your kids have outgrown their suits from last year. Celebrate summertime and get everyone a new swimsuit, including you! Here are our top picks for the best swimwear for the summer of 2016.
As we age, the smallest changes in our habits can have a big impact on our health. For example, simply beginning your day with a glass of warm lemon water. You’ve probably heard this many times before, yet are you convinced? Did you know adopting this simple habit into your morning routine can have ultimate benefits as you age?
Infant and toddler swim lessons are not only a great bonding activity for the whole family, they also teach children water safety, competence and confidence.
Can’t wait to get started? Most swim schools recommend waiting until your baby is 6 months old at the time of their first lesson. Not only are infants that age still very comfortable in the water as it feels natural to them, but they also possess sufficient head control and the ability to regulate their body temperature which makes it the perfect time to get your little one into the pool.
If you are the mommy of an older baby or toddler perhaps swim lessons haven’t been on your radar – but now invitations for summer pool parties are pouring in, and you are worried about little feet on wet surfaces close to the edges of 8 foot deep pools.
Whether you have a baby who is still a few weeks or months shy of the half birthday mark or a toddler about to embark on their first water adventure, follow the tips below to make sure that first swim lesson is a success.
It is no secret that all living things need water to survive, including your children. Nowadays when you enter the grocery store you are surrounded by so many drink options. There are endless aisles of flavored waters, coconut waters, kombuchas, juices, sodas and so much more. With so many options it may be hard to steer your child in the direction of simple water. However, it is important as a parent that you understand the importance of getting your little ones on the water bandwagon. Water makes up more than half of your child’s body weight and is essential in helping them stay hydrated during these long and hot summer days. Instilling the early habit of drinking water is critical for your children’s great longterm health.
We have all been there, you smell something funky, and soon enough realize it’s coming from you and your adorable flats that you wear everyday. There is nothing worse than stinky feet and stinky shoes. The embarrassing feeling that everyone around you can smell your stench. Luckily, there is light at the end of the tunnel, there is a way to rid those smells coming from your shoes for once and all. You could simply toss out your stink shoes and get new ones OR you could try our 3 natural ways to de-stink your shoes!
We sure know how hard dealing with headaches can be, especially when you are trying to be a mom at the same time. The pain can leave you feeling tired, stressed, and unproductive, but not everyone likes to pop open the medicine cabinet and take a pain reliever. In this article we are going to give you some tips on how to alleviate headaches with a more natural approach. Read on to find out how.
Green hair, dry skin, and a sunburn are some of the many unwanted side-effects you may be battling against while spending lots of time in the pool. Swimming, while known to be one of the best exercises you can do, does not come without its environment taking a toll on your body. Below are some hints and tips to protect your natural beauty while beating the heat and staying fit — not only this summer, but throughout the year.
With the arrival of summer, hectic summer schedules can also arrive. We know how difficult it can be sometimes to squeeze-in workouts during the week. So, the next time you are longing for a mommy workout session, take the kids to the pool and capitalize on the opportunity to try some of these aerobic workouts.
Along with the cold, dry weather of winter can come dry, flaky, even painful lips. If you’re suffering from less than baby soft lips this season, try these tips for renewing your lips to their once kissable state.
From baby’s first food to finger foods the ingredient list has the potential to be very confusing. Don’t let these labels intimidate you! Decode the ingredients and figure out what it is you are really feeding your little one.
Composting is a great way to reduce waste and create a precious, natural fertilizer for your garden. But, do you know the simple steps you need to follow in order to start a successful pile?