Monthly Archives: February 2019

relationship

How to Lose the Mask In Your Relationship

It starts out innocently enough. You agree to watch the new horror movie that just came out (although you really want to watch a romantic comedy), and when your sweetie orders a drink for you, it’s the one that he…

reading to your child

The Importance of Reading to Your Children

At the end of the day, when you’re just soooo tired from feeding, cleaning, wiping, playing, dancing with, serving, swaddling, soothing, and just generally taking care of your child, reading to your little one can just feel like one more…

Celebrity Recipe: Bari Koral’s Red Quinoa Salad

Red quinoa and strawberries are a match made in heaven in this savory sweet salad from children’s musician Bari Koral. “This is a light and refreshing salad which, once the quinoa is prepared, takes very little time to make,” says…

how to keep child's hair healthy

How To Keep Your Child’s Hair Healthy

Just like you make sure that your child eats healthy, you need to ensure that your child’s hair stays in great shape. An easy way to sport lovely locks is by eating a well-balanced diet. Cozy Friedman, hair expert and…

cheating

5 Reasons Why Married Women Cheat

Sure, it can be annoying when your hubby forgets to take out the garbage or leaves the toilet seat up for the bazillionth time. But what are the real reasons why married women cheat? In a survey of 6,000 women,…

temping

Why Temping Can Be Good For Your Career

Temping can sometimes be viewed as an in-between job, something you grab when you’re trying to land a “real” position. But whether you’re simply looking for a new 9-5 or trying to onramp to an as-of-yet unexplored career choice, temping…

teething fever

Does a Rise in Temperature From Teething Mean a Fever?

When your 10-month-old spikes a fever, you might assume that teething is to blame. But researchers found that while teething can make babies feel downright miserable, it usually won’t make them sick. A study in Pediatrics examined the commonly held…