Pad, Tampons, and Others

Since the dawn of time, women have faced the hardships of periods. Ancient Romans and Egyptians are said to have invented an earlier, primal version of a tampon out of sticks wrapped in cotton or papyrus fibers. There have been many advances in technology since then, allowing us more comfortable and preferential options today. However, beyond the more advanced and modernized tampon, we have alternative … Continue reading Pad, Tampons, and Others

  National Pre-School Fitness Day

Preschool is a very exciting time for kids. Kids finally get a chance to make friends, socialize and play on the playground. This is an important time in a child’s life, not only socially but physically. Believe it or not starting physical fitness this young is a great way to ensure your child stays healthy long term.  Childhood obesity is a big concern in the … Continue reading   National Pre-School Fitness Day

National Mentor Month

Learn About National Mentor Month with Michael Knowles. Not even the best school in the world can teach a young person everything necessary to succeed in life. To cite a well-known proverb, it really does take a village.  One of the most helpful members of that village can be a mentor. And such a person can be especially impactful in the life of an at-risk … Continue reading National Mentor Month