With the economy still somewhat in the slumps, it seems the value of a good deal is worth more than ever before! Gone are the days of overpriced gas guzzlers and gourmet groceries. Today, it’s all about saving a quick dollar or two, and getting the most out what you can afford.
Heard about “Tiger Mom” Amy Chua? Mom Ashley Paretta of Lorain, OH certainly has! She’s been following the media frenzy on Chua for some time now, and wanted to chime in on one of the most controversial topics of the year.
Opposite Day is a topsy turvy day when everything you say, do, see, and hear is exactly the opposite! If you say you’re hungry, you mean you’re full. If you say go left, you mean go right! If you’re in a pickle, then are you actually outside of a pickle?
Whether you’re arguing like crazy with your husband, stressing over a meeting with your boss, or running from a lion in the outback—your body’s reaction to the situation is exactly the same. Your body can’t differentiate a fight with your husband from a life-threatening animal attack.
All those aggravating things that can go wrong in a day, worries that interrupt your sleep and keep you up late at night—they all have a cumulative effect on your brain, especially its ability to remember and learn.
We recently received this guest article from a reader with something to get off of her chest—no pun intended!
Catherine Marks-Ambrose of Bisbee, Arizona has been nursing her son since birth, and she still nurses him today at the age of 4. Frustrated by what she perceives as massive opposition to her choice, she’s written this article to shine some light on her point of view. She asks: just what is so wrong with breastfeeding a toddler? …