Bathroom Organization Tips for Caregivers #MyCareGivingStory #ad

After taking care of my mom for 2 years, I finally have the bathroom organization all set. I’m here to share bathroom organization tips for caregivers.

Understanding the Link Between Family History and Your Cancer Risk

Cancers can affect any cell inside the human body and have many causes that range from exposure to cancer-causing agents to genetic factors.

Your Survival Kit for Hosting Thanksgiving #GetReliefFromTheFeast #ad

I love having everyone over my house and making a huge meal for Thanksgiving. Here is a survival kit for hosting Thanksgiving.

Dealing with Burnout: The Difficulty of Being a Mother to Your Kids and Parents

Being a Mother & taking care of your children & parents can be overwhelming & lead to burnout. This is a situation in which few people wish to be a part of.

ProNourish ™ – Nutrition You Can Feel Good About #ProNourish @ProNourish

ProNourish ™ is a nutritional drink that fits right in with a low FODMAP diet. The ingredients are carefully selected just for you.

ZonePerfect Bars – Don’t Leave Home Without Them! #LittleWins™ #ZonePerfectLittleWins #ad @zoneperfect

ZonePerfect bars satisfy my sweet tooth, are packed with protein and is the perfect snack especially when we are out and I’m feeling that snack attack.

My Broken Ankle Experience – Part 2- Weeks 1, 2, 3 and 4!

Part 2 of my broken ankle experience. Weeks 1, 2, 3, and 4. Dr. visits, x-rays and swelling. Cast is finally put on at week 2.

Say what? I have a broken ankle!….Now what?

Almost 3 weeks ago, I found out I had a broken ankle. Now, the problem was how was I going to go to the bathroom, take a shower, make food or do anything?

Miracle-Ear for Hearing Loss in Loved Ones! #HearABetterDay ad @MiracleEar

Luckily, we have just found out about the new Miracle-Ear® GENIUS 2.0 with Speech Isolation. It’s the latest and newest technology for hearing loss.

Caring For An Elderly Parent With Addiction Issues

The elderly tend to be forgetful, which makes it difficult to make an early diagnosis of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. On top of this, your parents may be suffering from lifelong mental health issues that can increase in severity as they age.