Signs Your Toddler is Ready to Potty Train

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Every parent looks forward to the day that they can begin potty training their toddler. It’s important for parents to be observant and look for signs that their toddler is actually ready for potty training. Initiating it before the child is ready will end in frustration and failure. There’s no “right” time and much will…

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Workout Hygiene

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Seasonal illnesses are nothing new, but the chances of spreading them during a workout at a favorite gym can be mitigated with a little care and consideration. Individuals will be helping themselves and their families stay healthier, along with protecting others that may have underlying conditions. There are dozens of bacterial, viral, and fungal infections…

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Ways to Keep Your Office Space Sanitized

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Office spaces have been a major source of germs, fungi and viruses for years due to the close proximity in which individuals work. Business owners can attest to how quickly seasonal illnesses can spread among employees, the associated healthcare costs, and the loss of productivity that ensues. The COVID-19 pandemic brought into sharp focus the…

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Improve Mental Health with Physical Exercise

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“Get some exercise” has almost become a standard prescription from health care professionals to their patients. While exercise is beneficial for weight control and a wide range of diseases and disorders, few individuals understand the positive effect exercise has on their mental health. Exercise doesn’t have to be strenuous, exhausting, a chore, regimented, or involve…

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5 Signs that your Neighborhood is Pet Friendly

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If you’re considering moving to a new neighborhood and have a dog, there are some signs you should be looking for that will tell you if the area is friendly to canines. You want to feel comfortable when you walk your dog and not have any problems with new neighbors. Don’t forget your pet’s needs…

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Managing Poopy Diapers on the Move

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Babies have no regard for what their parents and caretakers are doing when they have a bowel movement. It doesn’t matter whether individuals are using cloth or disposable diapers, there will be times when they have to deal with a messy diaper. The key to managing poopy diapers on the move is being prepared. Diaper…

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New to the Gym? Basic Gym Etiquette

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Millions of people make their first trip to a gym each year. Basic rules may or may not be posted, but there are rules for basic etiquette at the gym. To ensure individuals don’t run afoul of the gym’s rules or annoy others, the following is basic etiquette that those new to the environment should…

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Disposable vs. Reusable Diapers


The debate continues over whether disposable or reusable diapers are “best” and it can be confusing, especially to first time mothers. Every parent wants the best for their child and there are pros and cons for both types of diapers. Ultimately, parents will need to examine both options and weigh them against their lifestyle. Cost…

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How a Dog can Change Your Life for the Better


Adopting a dog can be one of the most rewarding experiences in your life – and the canine’s. Extensive research has been conducted on the benefits of the human-dog dynamic and the following are science-based benefits of choosing to adopt a canine. Unconditional Love Dogs are pack animals and don’t like to be alone any…

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Neighborhood Perks When Searching for a New Home

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There are some features that are non-negotiable when searching for a new home, such as commute time, size of the dwelling, and your budget, along with storage space, good schools and safety. However, there are neighborhood perks that individuals should look for even if they won’t use them. Playgrounds Even with a fenced in yard,…

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