Dream Dinners 2019 Mother’s Day Contest Winners

We’re excited to announce that we have six amazing women who are the lucky winners of our recent Mother’s Day contest! The moms who were nominated win, as well as the people who were sweet enough to nominate them. Thank you to everyone who entered. You warmed our hearts and inspired us with stories of…

New mothers, how to make a smooth return to work

If you decide to go back to work after having a child, give yourself time to adjust. It’s natural to miss your baby and even feel sad at times. Small steps like these can make it easier…

Women & Heart Disease

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for American women. Unfortunately, women’s heart attacks don’t always show the classic signs, such as chest pain. Watch for these signs…

Kids, Technology and Manners

As moms, teaching our children manners is part of the job. Unfortunately, technology has changed the game – and Emily Post isn’t much help in 2010.

Sneaking Nutrition into Kids’ Meals: Good or Bad Habit?

The other day I watched a TV commercial starring a mom promoting a nutritional supplement drink because her daughter wouldn’t “touch anything green”.

Those sorts of comments always stop me in my tracks. Is it optional for our kids to eat the healthy foods their bodies need?

Fast, Easy Breakfast Ideas

Breakfast with the kids is mostly a cold-cereal affair at my house, especially during the weekdays. I wish it weren’t so! But I have a plan. Get something fast, easy and healthy — that’s not cold cereal — on the breakfast table more often. Here are my ideas.

5 Bad Habits for Moms to Break

Bad habits: we all have them. But when those habits involve our health – as so many do – it’s even more important to get them under control. Our well-being is what allows us to care for our families as well as model to our kids how to embrace a positive lifestyle.

How to Pack Healthy Kid Lunches

Loading up lunchboxes for school can be a breeze, or it can wreak havoc on your morning routine. Need a few tips on smoothing the process?

Working Moms and Nutrition

Recently, a study by researchers at Cornell University looked at the eating habits of working parents. Do You Eat Like a Working Mom?