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Garlic Pasta w/ Brussels Sprouts

This is a delicious dish provided by our resident health expert, Toye Releford-Penny of So7 Health. This creamy and delicious recipe can also be dairy free. If you make this dish, let us know how you liked it. Enjoy! Note: Feel free to add your favorite poultry with this dish. It’s Super Yummy! Print Yum…

How To Treat Yeast Infections & Yeast Overgrowth With Diet

The dreaded yeast infection, Ugggggh! I’m sure you have experienced it at some point in your life or maybe often, but could an overgrowth of yeast be the cause of your health problems? Shortly after my 3 year old was born, and my body was getting back to normal, I noticed one week prior to…

Six Simple Ways to Use Storytelling as Teaching Tools

Stories are spectacularly successful learning tools. Many studies show that children whose parents tell and/or read stories to them from an early age turn out to be better readers and students later on. Furthermore, you are twenty times more likely to remember information if you learn it in a story than if you learn it…

5 Fun Ways To Teach Your Kids About Money: Part 2

Experian put together a list of five fun ways to teach kids about money, which will help them with financial literacy—and help parents so the kids aren’t living with us forever. Here is part 2 of this 3 part series. Board Games  By keeping these around your house, your kids can play games with the family…

CEOMOM Podcast: Episode 7 – How to Grow Your Business Without Making Money the End Goal with Soulaima Gourani

On this episode, I talk to Soulaima Gourani, motivational speaker, philanthropist, international business mastermind and Ted Talk Mentor, about how to grow your business without making money the end goal. Soulaima teaches us how to leverage our current contacts through strategic networking and how to manage our businesses with purpose. Pulling from her own experience…

Top 10 Summer Activities for Students

The final weeks of school can be so hectic that planning the following three months often comes as an afterthought. With assignments, tests and early bus rides behind them, students are left to wonder, “What should I do this summer?” MyKlovr, the virtual counselor for college bound students, has the answer. Here’s a list of…

National Initiatives for Migraine & Headache Awareness Month

June is National Migraine & Headache Awareness Month, and the National Headache Foundation is taking this opportunity to shine a light on the millions of Americans who suffer in silence by collecting stories from across the country at headachestory.com. Over 35 million Americans suffer from migraine and headache. Unfortunately, headache is an invisible disease, due to…

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