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How Stay-At-Home Moms Can Benefit From Gluten-Free Meals


Eating a gluten-free diet is a priority for some families and a dietary choice for others. Gluten-free meals are an excellent option for stay-at-home moms, whatever the family’s dietary needs. Many naturally gluten-free foods offer excellent nutritional benefits and combine into easy and convenient meals for kids and parents. Reasons Gluten Free ...

LUXEAR Arc-Chill Double-Sided Cooling Blanket Ideal for Summer: Review by Robin Gorman Newman


Getting a good night's sleep is not my strength.  And, one aspect of that for me is being super picky re: my blanket, especially with the change of season, and hormone fluctuations.  I like to sleep cool, so when I was offered the opportunity to try the LUXEAR cooling blanket, ...

3 Tips to Help Your Teen Sleep Better


Regularly getting a good night’s sleep is one of the best ways to keep your teenager healthy, both physically and mentally. Despite this fact, studies show that the majority of teens in America do not have good sleep schedules. As a parent, this might concern you - particularly given the ...

3 Tips for Balancing Work and Family


Being a working mom can be tough, especially if you are passionate about your career. Wanting to work hard and advance in the workplace and create new financial opportunities for yourself and your family can clash with being able to spend time with young children, and it can often feel ...

The Best and Useful Gifts for New Moms


When a woman gives birth, she becomes selfless and only thinks about her baby. You can help her by buying her thoughtful gifts that would make her experience as a new mom pleasant. Welcoming a new baby calls for celebration. Celebrating the birth with a gift is a brilliant way to ...

Does Your Child Stutter? Help for Parents by Dr. Heather Grossman, Clinical Director of the American Institute for Stuttering


If you are a parent of a child who stutters, watching your child struggle to speak can be heartbreaking. You may worry how their speech will affect their ability to make friends, participate in school, speak up for themselves, and the list goes on. You probably have so many questions. ...

My Visit to RiseNY by Robin Gorman Newman


[caption id="attachment_31887" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo by John Angelillo/UPI[/caption] As a native New Yorker, I have long enjoyed what the city has to offer, so when I heard of RiseNY and was invited to visit, I seized the opportunity. RiseNY, a new attraction in NYC that opened last month, is an immersive love ...

Penelope: Show Review by Debra Nussbaum Cohen


[caption id="attachment_31856" align="alignleft" width="300"] (Photo by Carol Rosegg)[/caption] Women have created and written many things for which men received the public credit. The game Monopoly, for instance, contrary to the tale written on a paper long included with every new game, was created as a cautionary tale by Elizabeth Magie, a ...

Help: Show Review by Debra Nussbaum Cohen


[caption id="attachment_31851" align="alignleft" width="300"] (© Kate Glicksberg Photography)[/caption] The title of a new play now being performed at The Shed in midtown Manhattan is “Help.” “Help” as a demand. A scream uttered by the narrator, a Black woman standing in for playwright, poet and essayist Claudia Rankine. “Help” is a challenging 90 minutes ...

From Strength to Strength by Arthur C. Brooks (Book Excerpt)


The reverse bucket list A second way to get started on the task of chipping away is to look at the counsel we get that is making us into dissatisfied homo economicus, and simply doing the opposite. For example, self-help gurus often give the advice to make an inventory of ...