• Managing Employees Going Back to Work After an Injury

    If you have ever been in the very unfortunate position of having an injury at work, then you know that there is a big challenge when it comes to returning and if your employee is now in that position, it’s up to you to look after them. It’s not just the rigmarole they have to go through to get back into the office and do all the paperwork, make sure that the insurance forms are filled out, etc. It’s what you do to bring them back into a place that harmed them, even if it wasn’t anybody’s specific fault. Whether they are in a manufacturing environment or they are in an…

  • Why Children Must Help In The Kitchen

    Do you remember the joys of spending time in the kitchen with your mom or dad? Peeling potatoes, stirring pancake batter, and cracking eggs. It’s a special bonding experience that children and parents can share together. And it’s not just fun – children who help in the kitchen are more likely to develop healthy eating habits! Read on to find out why it’s important for kids to help in the kitchen. By the end of this post, you’ll be convinced that every child should have the opportunity to lend a hand in the kitchen! 🙂 Essential Life Skills Cooking is an essential life skill that every child should learn. It…

  • How to Get Started with Improving Your Home’s Curb Appeal

    It’s no secret that first impressions matter. When someone pulls up to your house for the first time, what do they see? If your answer is “an ugly mess,” then it’s time to start thinking about your home’s curb appeal. Improving your home’s curb appeal can feel like a serious undertaking, but it’s definitely worth it in the end. This blog post will discuss some of the basics of improving your home’s curb appeal and cover everything from landscaping to painting to fixing up the exterior of your house. So whether you’re just getting started or you’re looking for some new ideas, read on for tips and advice on how to…

  • Termites vs Ants: Everything You Need To Know

    At first glance, there appears to be little difference between termites and ants. This can be an issue as ants are generally just a nuisance. Although you don’t want to see ants crawling across your home, they don’t carry disease and present no threat to you. Of course, we’re talking about the standard ant here, not the more aggressive and potentially dangerous type of ant, the fire ant. In contrast, a termite is also unlikely to carry diseases. However, seeing a termite in your home means that the wood in your property is being eaten. That’s a much more serious concern as, left long enough, the termites can eat enough…

  • What Is Self Care?

    I read a lot of posts, magazine articles and such that talk about self care. As a care giver of The Husband with MS, I understand just how important self care really is. I won’t be any good for him if I’m broken. I get stressed out and give myself a headache.  My shoulders feel like bricks. As much as I would love to indulge in weekly massage or a nightly hot bubble bath complete with bathsalts, face mask, glass bottle of wine. It’s not always in the cards for me. OHHHHHMMMMMGEEEEE I just made a funny!! This post is how I destress and what I consider MY self care…

  • Five Signs That They’re The One To Marry

    In relationships, there are those that come and go, while others show real signs of being a lifelong commitment. How can one tell the difference between the two? Many of us in our lifetime will have multiple love interests, whether it’s serious for some or not so serious for others. Here are five signs that will tell a person, if their partner is one that’s marriage material. Image Source You can’t see your life without them It’s often an obvious indication sometimes that when you can’t see life without them, then they’re someone who has made a serious impact. There are some though that you can’t envision life without and…

  • Aiding Your Kids To Become The Best They Can Be

    When you have kids, you are signing up to be everything to that little human. In the beginning, you are going to be the one that they rely on for everything from changing them, to feeding them, to giving them comfort when they are scared, and so on. As they grow up, their needs might change, but that doesn’t mean that they aren’t as intense. As a parent, it’s your job to ensure that they are growing up to become the very best version of themselves, and that’s not always an easy thing to do. The mistake that a lot of parents make is thinking that they don’t have much…