As we know the days of buying without regard to price are gone, and calculated consumption in this troubled era has become the norm.
September is when children gear up for another year of reading and writing, so let them look smart in the process.
Before kids, I was a disciplined working professional. Today I have two beautiful toddlers, ages four and two, and try to be a loving and disciplined Mom. Maybe it’s the times we live in? Maybe it’s my competitive neighborhood?! Whatever my motivation, that means I have enrolled my kids in pre-k programs. That said, I <... >
Data is suggesting that the risks of developing cancer later in life is higher than ever because of the ingredients in the everyday and personal care products we use.
After you become pregnant, your loyalties tend to shift to everything green, healthy, earthy, non-toxic, natural and organic. Is that really necessary, you wonder, as you’re tempted by the new skin technology wonders you read about in glossy magazines? You bet! According to the Environmental Working Group, 455 chemicals are found in the body on <... >
If your daughter is restless at home this summer, here are some new items to keep her engaged and a plethora of new books for her to discover. Use all of these lazy summer days to experiment and expand her mind. Make Your Own Gummies Kit With Seaweed by Food For Thought is a fun <... >
There’s a new toy in town, and it’s big, round, plush and irresistibly huggable: the Squishable. Part pillow, part stuffed animal, and part comfort blanket, these adorable plush animals are something your child will tote around as if it’s attached to his or her chest. Parents will appreciate the Squishable dual function as both decorative <... >
For me, summertime in New York means street festivals, green leafy parks, free film screenings and concerts and the opportunity to hang out on a blanket with good friends, food and wine. (For a complete listing of free film screenings and concerts in all boroughs, take a look at NYC Pulse). It all starts with <... >
Old-Fashioned Milk Paint and Safe Paint I love decorating my house, and giving a new coat to my walls every two years is de rigueur to keep it fresh and attractive, but in this Green Age when the truth about the toxicity of household products is changing the world, the chemical fumes are getting harder <... >
Little girls are fascinated with the glamorous world of beauty that grown ups enjoy. They watch you with googie eyes as you apply make up, creams and gels as if it was some cultish ritual of femininity.