September 18, 2012
Capitalizing on the fact that women are busy is not my recommendation. It's pretty much a given that schedules are crunched. I'm finding more women are happier when they can brag about the balance they have found and the time that is spent in enjoying life, instead or letting it wring her out. I'm hearing more and more about dinners out with husbands, vacations, long weekends and time at a playground, which does not require a fast pass. Sure, the economy plays a huge part, but so does the state of how much her business has been made apparent to her. Now, instead of making it though without a nap, a small nap during is recognized as smart. Instead of forgetting when she ate last healthy meals, now snacks are the norm.
There's a sign easily read from the pedicure area at a nail salon in Atlanta called Sugarcoat (yes I do lots of prep here) it reads "Sing your song, dream your dream, hope our home and pray your prayer."
Don't Go to the Cosmetics Counter without Me by Paula Begoun. Find great items for reasonable prices; don't be fooled by pretty packaging.
The American Heart Association says the average American is getting about 22 teaspoons of extra added sugar a day, mostly from soft drinks and candy, equaling about 350 or more calories. They recommend women get no more than 100 calories a day from added sugar.
Back to school
Food Safety Education Month
College Savings Month
Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month
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