Steps for a Healthier Pet-Friendly Home

Pets are wonderful members of the family. They cheer us up when we're sad, add a sense of fun and adventure to our lives, and are so cute we can't even stand it sometimes. But we can't always communicate with pets the way we need to, especially when it comes to teaching pets about dangers in the home. Because you can't tell your cat or dog not to play with something, you have to step up and keep your home safe for your pet. Steps for a Healthier Pet-Friendly Home Your home should be pet-proofed before you bring a pet to live ...

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5 Genius Summer Skincare Hacks to Beat the Heat

***Thank you to Beautycounter Consultant Jackie McGeehan for sponsoring this post so I could fill you in on these genius summer skincare hacks!*** Summer is coming!! Hey, hey! Not that I wasn't super-into that prolonged, horrible winter we had, but...sunshine sounds really sweet right now. And while I'm madly tackling the special "fun" of May and details for our upcoming vacay, there is one other teensy bit I must sort as warm weather approaches--my family's skincare. What's that? Yup, skincare. While typically, winter gets top billing for skincare concerns with its harsh, drying effect, the hot months bring their own unique concerns. ...

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Milton Hershey School: A Living Legacy of a Future

***Thank you to Hershey Entertainment and Resorts Company for sponsoring this post so I could fill you in on Milton Hershey School and it's living legacy*** It was so fun to fill you in on some very cool parts of Hershey's history last week! Hershey, PA is one of my favorite places and I love how remarkable this town and its story is. One of the most special things about Hershey is the Milton Hershey School. I only briefly touched on this school in my last post, and I'm tickled to now delve in deeper with a close look at this ...

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Educated Book Club Discussion

Starting in May and then through until September is my MOST favorite time to read.  I don't think this is anything exceptional or uncommon ... there's a reason why there's a genre called "beach reads"  and book authorities put out "must read" summer lists ... so I'm hoping you all are feeling as excited as I am about the upcoming reading season!  As I've stated before ad nauseum, and will state again (because I'm annoying that way), my to-be-read list is so long and large that there's no possible way I will ever read them all.  Which is terribly depressing. ...

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10 Cool Facts You Might Not Know About Hershey's History

***Thank you to Hershey Entertainment and Resorts Company for sponsoring this post so I could fill you in on Hershey's history*** Recently I got to spend a very cool weekend in Hershey, PA. While exploring the town, I was impressed with so much--the stunning beauty of Hotel Hershey, how user-friendly Hersheypark's Camping Resort is, the top-notch quality of Hersheypark's Accessibility Program, the upcoming (this weekend!) celebration of ZooAmerica's 40th Anniversary, and the Hershey Lodge's wow-worthy indoor water park, to name a few of the sites that were noteworthy. But my favorite part of the weekend, and Hershey, PA itself, was learning ...

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