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Even More Practical Skills for the Holiday Host(ess) with the Mostest

Close up of a roasted turkey being brought to the dinner table on a serving tray.

This is an updated version of a post first published on December 17, 2018. Around this time last year, we published a post titled 5 Practical Skills for the Holiday ‘Host(ess) with the Mostest.’ And just like last year’s fruit cake, we’re baaaack with more do-it-yourself skills to help you prepare your health for the Read More >

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Preparing Children with Special Healthcare Needs for an Emergency

Special education. Teddy bear hiding behind a blackboard. Special education text drawing on the blackboard

In my home both of my children have special health care needs. My daughter Charlotte is 4 years-old, and my son, Zachary, is 2 years-old. Both were diagnosed with asthma at an early age. Having children with special health care needs means that my husband and I must think ahead, plan ahead, and prepare our Read More >

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