World Breastfeeding Week is August 1-7, 2010. As an award winning author and publisher of a series of women's health guides on fertility, pregnancy, and breastfeeding Nurse Barbara Dehn is well qualified to advise moms on breastfeeding. In honor of World Breastfeeding Week 2010, Nurse Barb share's tips for making the most of the breastfeeding experience.
Nurse Barbara Dehn's Top 10 Breastfeeding Tips:
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Toastmasters, a non-profit organization, offers a fun-loving and affordable way to continuously improve and practice your public-speaking and leadership skills. The club offers individual improvement in communication and leadership skills through local club meetings, training seminars and speech contests. The club meeting provides an opportunity to…Continue
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It’s summertime and the livin’ is easy. At least, that’s what they say, whoever “they” are. Summer makes me think of vacations and travel. I used to love to travel. Now days, not so much.
The first vacation I remember going on was when I was very small, probably about 3 years old, and our whole family piled in the car and drove to Florida. I don’t remember the
whole trip, but I do remember being in the Smokey Mountains, stopping at my…
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Providing kids with a fresh and nutritionally balanced meal just got easier thanks to the Publix Deli. Today Publix introduces their shoppers to pre-packaged, portable meals made with kids in mind. These meals are located in the grab-and-go section of your neighborhood Publix Deli.
The meals cost $3.99. Each meal consists of an entree, two sides, and a drink. There are currently five meal choices. The featured selections include:…Continue
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Many people this year are opting for “staycations” but there are plenty of others who will be packing suitcases and loading up their cars or heading for the airport in search of the annual respite from the hustle and bustle of the daily grind. The thought of packing suitcases brings to mind more than a few things for me…over the years, I’ve learned to lighten my load when I travel. So now, when I pack to leave on a one week trip, I can generally forego the 28-inch Pullman…Continue
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Graduation. It’s not something we think about every day, or often for that matter. And when we speak of graduation, we primarily think of that momentous occasion when we complete our first 12 or 13 years of schooling. It’s a big step,leaving that safe cocoon of living with mom and dad, going to school every day, anxiously waiting for that oh so anticipated Christmas or summer vacation.…Continue
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Who understands time? I will admit I do not. I do not understand how something non-tangible is so valuable and seemingly scarce, but yet it is infinite. Time flies when you are having fun. Yes it does, but where does it go? As I sit here nearing the end of the weekend and multitasking in the futile hope of accomplishing everything on my to do list, I know that all too soon it will be…Continue
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What are the benefits of being a hostess for Thirty-One?
The benefits of being a hostess include free products, half-price items, and additional discounts. In addition, there is a hostess special each month that offers you even greater incentives to hosting your own party! Being a Thirty-One hostess…Continue
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What are the benefits of being a Thirty-One Consultant?
The most obvious benefit of being a consultant is that you receive 25% commission on your product sales. As you progress through the career path, you have the opportunity to earn even more commission, bonuses, and trips. You also have the benefit of…Continue
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