By Malia Curran, May 9, 2013
“Be prepared.” These words are the reason my suitcase is habitually too heavy to lift, especially in the summer. I don’t like to be a worrywart, but as a mother of two little ones – and with an embarrassingly low pain threshold myself – I like to be prepared for summertime’s stings, scrapes and sore anything.
By Olowo-n'djo Tchala, April 28, 2013
Olowo-n’djo Tchala is the Founder and Director of Alaffia. Alaffia is a US-based company that makes body care products using shea butter sourced from West Africa.
By Paige Schilt, April 26, 2013
When I was growing up, my family had a Mother’s Day ritual. Dad would bring the kids to a department store, give us each $10 and let us loose to find a gift for Mom.
By Malia Curran, April 10, 2013
The products that meet these Premium Body Care standards are better for our families and the environment — simply put, these are the most exceptional personal care products available.
By Allison Burch, March 10, 2013
Okay, I’ll be the one to admit it: Nursin’ ain’t easy. Am I right, ladies?
By Elizabeth Smith, February 26, 2013
Traditional Easter confections with neon-colored candies and bland bunnies disappoint my kids no matter how excited they (okay, we) are for our baskets. Here are some recommendations from experts at Whole Foods Market®, SAVUER and Kiwi magazine so we can easily build a better basket without well…laying an egg!
By Malia Curran, February 7, 2013
Show your heart some love. From multivitamins to antioxidants, here are common-sense ways that go a long way in supporting cardiovascular wellbeing.
By Malia Curran, January 9, 2013
Maintaining health in the areas of digestion, energy and body fat composition bring benefits that are too numerous to count. Your body says, okay, let’s start where it makes sense: cleansing and weight control. And we say, let us help you.
By Paige Schilt, December 23, 2012
Learn how to create sexy, smokey eyes—without putting suspicious ingredients on your sensitive lids.
I love New Year’s Eve because I love old-school glam. A velvet cape inherited from grandma? Perfect! A silver lamé frock from a thrift store? Uh-huh! Rhinestone earrings? Feather boa? Sequined evening bag? Yes, yes, yes! Everything is permitted on New Year’s, as long as it’s glittery and elegant and fun.
By Paige Schilt, November 24, 2012
You’ll sparkle in the midst of holiday stress with these simple do-ahead steps.