Cold Weather Skincare Tips and Tricks for Busy Kids and Parents

Cold Weather Skincare Tips and Tricks for Busy Kids and Parents — Presented by Skincare-News.com (via MarketWire)

SOURCE: Skincare-News.com November 29, 2012 19:59 ET SACRAMENTO, CA–(Marketwire – Nov 29, 2012) – Need pointers on keeping kids’ sensitive skin protected during the harsh winter months? Whether little ones suffer from a severe skin . . . → Read More: Cold Weather Skincare Tips and Tricks for Busy Kids and Parents

The Farmer’s Market

The Farmer’s Market (via Clean Me)

The Farmer’s Market – Walking on the Wild Side? By Lelia Culpepper Want to take a walk on the wild side? Venture over to the local Farmer’s Market! Depending on the size of your city, and the time of year, the market may range from a . . . → Read More: The Farmer’s Market

Surviving The Holidays – Lana Masor’s Just For Today Video Series

Lana Masor’s Just For Today Video Series: Surviving The Holidays (via Downtown Magazine NYC)

Lana Masor, Owner of Just For Today LLC, is a nutritionist and certified yoga instructor based in New York City, providing clients with the physical, biological and spiritual aspects of nutrition and yoga to help them live a . . . → Read More: Surviving The Holidays – Lana Masor’s Just For Today Video Series

There’s Always Room for a Cup of Coffee

There’s Always Room for a Couple Cups of Coffee w Friends (via Places to Play)

I don’t know where the origin of this story comes from, but I wanted to share it with you. I’ve accompanied this with some photos from our road trip up north. When things in your lives seem . . . → Read More: There’s Always Room for a Cup of Coffee

Cohabitation – Good Idea?

Cohabitation – Good Idea? (via Support for Stepfathers)

Cohabitation or as it’s more commonly called living together comes before more than half of all marriages in the U.S. today. The number of unmarried couples living together jumped 12 times from 430,000 in 1960 to 5.4 million in 2005. The majority of . . . → Read More: Cohabitation – Good Idea?

Why Are My Brother And Sister So Hard To Get Along With?

Chapter 6. Why Are My Brother And Sister So Hard To Get Along With? (via http://bayannijuan.net)

Chapter 6. Why Are My Brother And Sister So Hard To Get Along With? SIBLING rivalry – it’s as old as Cain and Abel. Not that you hate your sibling (brother or sister). One youth admitted: . . . → Read More: Why Are My Brother And Sister So Hard To Get Along With?

Are You a Punisher, or an Observer?

ARE YOU A PUNISHER, OR AN OBSERVER? (via WebSite)

It’s a big, fat question in science, how cooperation can arise in a population. Researchers look for it in other creatures, finding only glimmers: Two chimpanzees might work together if it takes two to move a piece of food toward one of the . . . → Read More: Are You a Punisher, or an Observer?

Homosexuality: The Stumbling Stone of Modern Christianity

Homosexuality: The Stumbling Stone of Modern Christianity? (via http://www.onefaithonechurch.com)

Christian, why is it so hard to love homosexual people? Christian churches have developed a series of dogmatic teachings that culminate in Christians wearing T-Shirts bearing the theologically inaccurate statement, “God Hates Fags”. No wonder many Christians find it hard to reconcile this . . . → Read More: Homosexuality: The Stumbling Stone of Modern Christianity

Impacts of Globalization on Health (Part I)

Impacts of Globalization on Health (Part I) (via Next Edition Fashion)

Impacts of Globalization: In our busy society, people have become accustomed to being referred to as numbers, rather than by name, when working with many businesses and services. This trend has become so widespread because in terms of profit, quantity . . . → Read More: Impacts of Globalization on Health (Part I)

Sexism: A Call to Arms for Decent Men

Sexism: A Call to Arms for Decent Men (via Canadian Progressive World)

by Ernest W. Adams Guys, we have a problem. We are letting way too many boys get into adulthood without actually becoming men. We’re seeing more and more adult males around who are not men. They’re as old as men, . . . → Read More: Sexism: A Call to Arms for Decent Men

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