The Beautycounter Kids’ Collection is out, and just in time!
Over here at our house we’re two baths close to being out of The Honest Company’s shampoo and bubbles, and we’ve been patiently waiting for the Kidscounter release (technically not released, but I’ve got connections).
In our [...]
I spent the weekend in the presence of runners, working the City of Oaks Marathon Expo, where I introduced Beautycounter to the thousands of people walking by.
Runners are a funny group. They come in all shapes and sizes, and run at all lengths and speeds. They like to talk about [...]
There are many roads to success, hard work being the sign that says, “Go!”.
But, the journey there can sometimes feel overwhelming. Sometimes, impossible.
Visualization is a tool that many use to guide them to their goals.
Just so happens, my tool box involves a whole lot of Halloween.
Getting my daughters ready for school in the morning can be as painful as non-novicaned, tooth pulling. At the age of five, they’re already picky about how they want to look. God help me when they’re twelve.
Just about the only thing we agree on as the a.m. [...]
Head on over the the News & Observer TriangleMom2Mom for today’s post about teachers, and students, and school supplies…. oh my!
Are your kids in public school? How do you feel about supplying the classroom?
This week on TriangleMom2Mom I reiterate the single best piece of health advice your mother gave you that you’ve probably forgotten.
Your bones with thank you.
I know it’s a bit difficult to comment on the N&O website, so please fell free to comment [...]
June has gone by in a flash, and all my worry about how I was going to manage kids (out of school) was unwarranted.
We have been busier than ever with things like the pool and friends and play dates.
The biggest surprise is how much I’ve enjoyed being with my [...]
It’s with a heavy (and confused) heart that I say this here …
“My kids hate it and refuse to wear it if I buy it.”
How can they be mine?
Do your kids let you dress them or do they pick out their own clothes?
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Last week at the pool we met a little boy who’d had a liver transplant.
My kids didn’t say anything about his upside down U-shaped scar (or bloated belly) until we got back home, and the flood gates of questions poured forth.
Why did his belly look like that? How did [...]
The hub for all I do, marthawills.com documents life from a working mom's point of view. When not mothering, I manage the social media needs of small businesses through Wills Media Group, LLC, and write a weekly column for Raleigh's News & Observer online entitled, Are We There Yet? Most recently, my passion for health and wellness led me to become involved as a consultant for Beautycounter, a company that's making a difference by educating about toxins in products, spreading the word via the web.
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