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Dachshund Festival

Dachshund Festival — WIENERFEST June is national pet adoption month. We here at WiggleLess love dogs of all breeds, shapes and sizes, but we have always had a special fondness for Dachshunds. After all, my two doxies, Henry and June, are the reason...
by Wiggleless on Jun 4, 2015

Medicare Requirements Home Health Care

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by Dementia and Driving on Jun 1, 2015

Growing Young Gardeners Club: Instilling a life long passion for gardening.

Growing Young Gardeners“The first step a seed takes to becoming a plant is when its coat or skin splits open and a tiny root pushes out of the bottom into the soil.” ~ Stephaney Eberhard. The first step a child takes to becoming a gardener m...
by litterwithastorytotell on May 31, 2015

Push For Pre-K In Public Schools

Our absolute favorite thing is seeing how our products positively affect children in the classroom. This article from the KC Star shows just how important early childhood education can be, and we are honored to be part of this process for young child...
by The Recess Blog on May 26, 2015

Promoting Healthy Eating

In our ever-increasing fast food society, it’s more important than ever to promote healthy eating for our children. Childhood obesity is on the rise which brings such problems as cardiovascular disease, insulin resistance (an early sign of diab...
by The Recess Blog on May 26, 2015

Homemade Bread? Yes, You Can!

Always wanted to try making homemade bread, but haven’t worked up the courage yet? Karen’s video will show you just how easy it is!
by Hunter Happenings on May 22, 2015

The Importance of Caring For Your Skin

“The packaging is as important as the gift itself.” This premise is something that most of the gift manufacturing companies follow very closely. The same holds good for you too. Your outer-self i.e. your skin is as important as your inner-self. A...
by blogs for women on May 8, 2015

Canine Cancer

May is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month Cancer. Even today, it’s a word that sparks fear in the hearts and minds of most who hear it. I went through it myself and my precious pup June did too. Only she didn’t make it. Everyone knows at...
by Wiggleless on May 8, 2015

Dog Park Bullies

Dog Park Bullies I was recently reminded of an interesting experience I had once on a trip to a dog park when Henry was a puppy. The park was divided into two areas- one for dogs over 20 lbs. and one for dogs under 20 lbs. After passing through a ser...
by Wiggleless on May 5, 2015

Mother Teresa Great Quotes Images, Words By Mother Teresa, Quotations of Mother Teresa

“Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin.” ~ Mother Teresa Quotes...
by Positive Inspiring Quotes on May 3, 2015

Classroom Magnetic Experiments

Magnets are a spectacular way to have fun while learning about science! Kids of all ages can enjoy playing with magnets and learning all about how they work. Big thanks to Synonym and BrainPOP for the following suggestions on how to learn and have fu...
by The Recess Blog on Apr 27, 2015

Vagina need vitamin D to keep healthy

Vagina is certainly to be treated regularly to keep health. One of them with adequate intake of vitamin D evry day. Ah, really? Yes, it is as revealed by Mary Jane Minkin, MD, clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Yale University Schoo...
by Menorrhagia Heal on Apr 27, 2015

News Alert! 3 Great New Films About Caregiving!

This week, I've watched trailers for three terrific new films about caregiving.  I hope these are just the beginning of a new trend in movies and story-telling about giving and receiving care at home.The first is a feature-length documentary air...

Super-Common Medications Which Could Poison Your Pet

We’ve all learned to keep medications out of our children’s reach, but do we also take precautions with our pets? Between 25% and 50% of calls to animal poison control centers are for pets who have accidentally taken human medications. So...
by Comfort From Critters on Apr 22, 2015

The Real Secret To Happiness And Perfect Mental Health

Life is difficult and we all have responsibilities that are dull, difficult, and sometimes, just plain depressing. These need to be balanced out with activities you enjoy. This is especially essential for those currently in unfulfilling careers or ot...
by The Anxious Athlete on Apr 21, 2015

SAUDADE: Existential sadness

SAUDADE: Existential sadness A pastime that gives me great pleasure, and whiles away many hours, is researching and learning foreign words and phrases for which there is no direct English translation. Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of...
by The Mindful Word on Apr 19, 2015

“A Call To Action For A Dear Friend Loved By Many, Deborah Palmer” . . .

Hello Friends, Readers, Blogger, and New Visitors, Many of you know I have a Big Heart when it comes to my friends, and an even bigger heart when a friend is in need. So I’m coming to ask the help of all my ‘Cyber Friends’ for a lit...

Creating a Classroom Garden

Are you and your students wanting to create a classroom garden? The wonderful people over at Growing Minds have created the following easy-to-follow process. Check it out, then give their website a visit! – – – – – R...
by The Recess Blog on Apr 13, 2015

South Burlington, VT. Neighborhood. Photo Issue # 1, Flowering Crab-apple Trees.

 South Burlington, Vermont   Chamberlin neighborhood    Walk Around The Block Series.The crab-apple trees are a bloom in different shades of red, pink and white in the Chamberlin neighborhood in South Burl...
by litterwithastorytotell on Apr 9, 2015

South Burlington, VT. Chamberlin Walk Around the Block. Issue # 1

 South Burlington, Vermont   Chamberlin neighborhood    Walk Around The Block Series.The crab-apple trees are a bloom in different shades of red, pink and white in the Chamberlin neighborhood in South Burl...
by litterwithastorytotell on Apr 9, 2015


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