Of course the first thought that comes to mind when we think of October is Halloween! But, did you know, that October is also Breast Cancer Awareness month, National Diabetes Awareness Month, contains Fire Prevention Week and also World Smile and National Depression Screening day?! There’s still more; we’ve only scratched the surface.
Sports are a wonderful way to keep your children active and fit. If your child wants to join a sports team, go ahead and let her. Just make sure she knows how to participate safely.
Now that fall is here, you might be ready to open up the windows and air out your home. But if you have some family members with outdoor allergies, you might not be able to do it just yet. Pollens and other allergens are still running rampant through the autumn air. You need some sort of compromise to help your home smell fresh without letting in those allergens.
Your children are sick of being in the car. You’ve been driving for over an hour and your amusement park destination is still two hours away. The anticipation of funnel cakes and roller coasters has long since passed and you are at your wit’s end listening to them bicker in the back seat. What can you do to fill the time? Try a few games.
If you are under the weather, you might not think about checking your pantry for some relief. However, there might be some things in there that can help ease your ailing body when nothing else seems to work.