This post is made possible with support from Wounded Warrior Project. All opinions are my own.
This year has been so different to what our normal is. We were used to be on the go and very active. Things have changed but our desire of promoting events that support great causes have not. This year we will be participating in the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Carry Forward 5K, delivered by CSX. The Carry Forward 5K is meant to put the symbolism of “carrying for” a wounded warrior, veteran, or active duty military member front and center. We have decided to do a virtual 5K
This post is sponsored by Clean Label Project. All opinions are my own.
As a Colombian I love coffee and I used to drink several cups a day. One day after I got some digestive issues my doctor recommended to switch to decaffeinated coffee. I also noticed that my afternoon cup of coffee was keeping me awake at night, so it made sense to switch to decaf.
This post about ACEs is made possible with support from the American Academy of Pediatrics through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. All opinions are my own.
I think we all can say that we’re not prepared to be dealing with what is happening right now. Even though I have been in the medical field for more than 25 years, I would have never imagined having to experience stay-at-home orders or schools being closed for so long.
With colder months still lingering and cold coming around every corner, it can be frustrating and difficult to keep yourself and your loved ones healthy. Keeping everyone feeling their best is a challenge for everyone but there are a few tips that can assist you from overtaking your home. Below are a few examples to try in the next few months
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Primo® water. All opinions, typos, and grammatical errors are my own.
Not long ago, we decided to give up soda in our home. It wasn’t an easy process, however, we knew we needed to make a change at home and take small steps to become healthier.