June 18, 2012
The line "Incredibly brave and effective broadcaster" was the post that led me to write about Walter Sabo. Really, if his Facebook Page was a radio station seeking to attract women, it would do exceptionally well with PPM. One roll through his photos and you feel his presence through his smart, succinct and sometimes playfully blunt labels. His love for his family is obvious, and engaging, and, yes Walt, endearing. Not to mention his oh so appealing comic tone. Your daughter's really do have the best dad ever! I'm sure you had a wonderful Father's day :)
"No doubt this picture will enhance my personal social media branding" falls under a sweet picture of his three kids. "Top This" is all that's needed next to a shot of his daughter after winning a gymnastic medal.
When I told Walt that I had switched over to a Macbook he replied "isn't life better now?" In one conversation he spoke simply on how his life was with kids. It was impressive to hear about their day complete with daddy picking them up after school with delicious snacks. However, when he spoke about his wife his countenance changed. He was very proud of her and her business. She and her sister own a company that organizes lives by giving home and life advice that works depending on their clients personality type. If a job entailed organizing someone's apartment they would whip it into shape, get rid of the clutter and present a bill with a bag full of all the lose coins and cash they found around the house. Who wouldn't love receiving an invoice with money attached! So go ahead, take your own peek at Walt's Facebook Page, tell him which group you belong to after reading "I Sleep With One Leg Under the Covers and One Leg Out to Balance the Hot/Cold," and experience how little bites of brilliance work best.
She buzz words
She could be:
Coloring her hair
Shrieking over her teens phone bill
Pumping air into her bicycle tires
Cleaning a BBQ grill
She likes it when...
Last year's clothes fit a little loose.
She'd be queen for a day if..
…her kids would stop bickering
Here are the sunscreen basics she really needs to know:
The sun's UVB rays are ultraviolet rays that penetrate the upper layers of skin. A tan is considered a burn. SPF is a measuring system for how long a product protects the skin against the sun. Usually the higher the SPF the more the protection with the exception of the extremely high numbers like 70 and 90. Choose a water-resistant product. These strengths have been found not to be as effective. There are two types of sunscreen to choose from; chemical-based and physical blockers. Chemical-based are plentiful full service screens made with a preservative. Physical blockers include zinc and reflect the sun off your skin. The FDA recommends a SPF of 15 of more but most doctors recommend starting at a 30 SPF then using something stronger for babies and children. At least 2 ounces should be applied at a time, 20 minutes prior to being out in the sun with a reapplication every two hours. Don't spray directly on face, use hands. UPF rated clothing is a good option but should not be used to replace an application. Sunscreen loses it's potency after two years, toss if expiration date has expired or if bottle has been sitting in the sun for an extended period of time.
If she'd like to go organic Baby UV Natural Sunscreen is made in accordance with the FDA www.babyuv.com
Consumer Reports recommends these sunscreens:
Up Up Sport Continuous Spray SPF 30
Walgreens Sport Sunscreen Continuous Spray SPF 30
Banana Boat UltraMist Continuous Spray Sunscreen
Aveeno Continuous Protection SPF 50
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