September 11, 2017
Tips for Baby Safety Month Accidents are unavoidable, and with babies and toddlers little bumps and bruises are common. BabyKidCenter.com offered up a list of some risky things in your home that some parents overlook. 1. Accidents around furniture. If you have a kid, they will climb. The most common place for accidents is falling from a highchair. Always be sure they are safely buckled in!
September 4, 2017
Be the hit of the parking lot by tailgating the right way. It takes some prep, some creativity, and some good organizational skills… but, doing it right makes for a great mini-party and plenty of time for team pride. Pack a cooler with plenty of your favorite beverages and ice. In a separate, smaller cooler, put all of your hamburger and other meats. Avoid putting the meat in the same cooler as the beverage ice. Prep the portable grill, and be sure you know the rules at the stadium for the type of grill you’re allowed to have.
September 4, 2017
It’s easier than you think to get a full serving of fruit and vegetables in a day. One serving of vegetables or fruit is just one cup. If you have a piece of fruit about the size of a baseball, you’ve got yourself a serving. For example, you can get a full serving of grapefruit in just half a grapefruit. It’s recommended that an average adult eating about 2000 calories a day, should shoot for about 2 cups of fruit. When it comes to veggies, you should aim for about 3 to 5 servings in a day. We believe strongly in making it easy to eat fresh and eat well.
August 20, 2017
Moving away from home for the first time is pretty scary for some. Both parent and student have trepidations. But, you can settle your own nerves and know that they are well equipped with a simple college care package.
August 14, 2017
Monday the 21st is going to be an historic day across the United States. For the first time in 99 years the moon will block out the sun from the west coast to the east.
August 6, 2017
The story usually goes that the pizza you’re eating can trace its history back to a quaint Italian village off the Mediterranean Coast, etc etc etc. While all pizza has roots firmly in Italy, Pep’s took a slightly different path.