I'll be honest, my kids do not like drinking water. It's always a challenge to keep them hydrated in the summertime and I've had to be a little creative in finding flavored waters and alternatives that don't have a lot of sugar. So because today is National Hydration Day, I'm sharing a few ways I've learned to keep my children (and myself!) hydrated.
Running a farm, you experience many variables over time due to changes in regulations, weather, technology, and product demand. Everyone experiences stress, but when stress overwhelms you, it can make you physically ill.
Farming ranks in the top 10 most stressful occupations in the U.S. Farm and farm family stress, more accurately, distress, is brought on by pressures within individuals and families, farming systems and the farm as a business.
The expression “it takes a village…” usually refers to raising children. It highlights how an engaged community is critical to support a growing child. What many of us often do not realize is that the phrase also applies to supporting adults.
Between the economic stimulus money, the advanced child tax credit, and increased prices, people are over-spending, so I want to provide you with 3 tips for dealing with debt.
Knowing how to properly set the table used to be important during family meals to show etiquette and learn table manners, but with modern life, the family dinner and well-set table have taken a back seat to convenience meals and eating on the go.
The tradition of decorating eggs dates back to the 13th century. Learn how to dye your eggs using natural ingredients.
During the winter, it is important to be prepared with an emergency food supply kit. Whether the snow prevents you from getting to the store or ice has knocked out the power, having a fully-stocked kitchen is one less worry for you and your family.
Now that we have settled into the New Year, I want you to think about health insurance.
With the evolving dynamics in our relationships, how can we achieve a fulfilling and happy relationship?