Category Archives: Health

Ellen Harnett’s Top 5 Fatigue Fighters

Those “lazy hazy crazy” days of summer  are over. It’s officially Fall.  Some of you have dropped your kids off at college for the first time, others are gearing up for hectic schedules as school begins for the kids still at home.  Perhaps you have a job that slows down considerably or even stops for… Read More »

Five Ways to Help Deal with Separation Anxiety

www.TheGoToMom.TV If you haven’t had that tinge of separation anxiety yet, you’ll have    your turn!  Whether it’s you or your baby who’s suffering – we’re all bound to feel it at some point. Babies can show signs of separation anxiety as early as six months, but young children can experience it at almost any… Read More »

Bento Box Lunches: Cute, Colorful and Easy to Make (Really!)

MommyonaShoestring.com Say “sayonara” to boring old school lunches! This year, add a little color and style to your kids’ mid-day meal with simple bento box meals that are as easy to make, as they are cute. Embrace the Fun Wendy Copley is a “Bento Box Sensei.” The mother of two and founder of www.wendolonia.com discovered… Read More »

Meet Amy, Debbie And Rhodie – Founders: Joyride Cycling Studio

Lamenting the lack of a local boutique cycling studio led three Connecticut women to open their own. Amy Hochhauser, a self-described “recovering” attorney had moved to Westport, CT when her second son was three.  During lunch one day with her friend, Debbie Katz, Amy said, “I wish we had a great spinning studio here.  Someone… Read More »

“Gluten-Free”-Is it Just Another Fad or a Loud Wake-Up Call?

There are lots of people who are sick to death of hearing about gluten free. Many wonder, “How can a food we have been thriving on for centuries suddenly be so harmful?” It’s easy to understand the skeptics. The hype of celebrities going on gluten-free diets to lose weight and giant food companies putting the… Read More »

Finding Your Passion at Any Age!

“I’m not leaving Italy without a pair of boots that I love and I’m not leaving without cooking lessons.” These were high on Patty Newth’s must-do list when after retirement. She had embarked on a trip to Italy as an exchange student. Little did she know that what she would bring home and share with… Read More »