True Confessions of a Mom: Can You Hand Me My Phone?

Posted by on May 23, 2016 in ,

True Confessions of a Mom: Can You Hand Me My Phone?

“Can you hand me my phone?” Not an uncommon phrase in our household.  Everyone seems to have some sort of hand held electronics on their person or within arm’s reach at all times.   It seems even when we don’t, the pull of the phone can be addicting.  Many times at dinner (where there is a no phone rule) I will hear my text tone chime or the phone ring.  You would think I would ignore it, but it is too tempting.  I need to know immediately who it was, what they need and...

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When Work Isn’t Working For Your Body.

Posted by on Sep 15, 2015 in

    WORK HAZARDS Stacy Litke, CHHC Today’s work environment is tough on us humans. 80% of us are working in non-physical jobs, and two thirds of us are using computers all day long. This causes our bodies to adjust to non-use. That means your breathing slows and oxygen is not circulating as frequently. The enzymes in your body that burn fat slow by 90%. Calorie burning decreases significantly, muscles shorten to only what’s needed for sitting, and circulation...

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What Cartoons Teach You About Insurance

Posted by on May 18, 2011 in , , ,

If your children are anything like mine, then you are familiar with their interest in watching cartoons. Come Saturday morning, sitting down and watching morning cartoons is something that almost every child has experienced one time or another. Taking away from this unspoken Saturday morning cartoon ritual, I’ve realized that there are quite a few lessons that adults could take away from our children’s cartoons as you’ll see below. 1. Whether or not you grew up in the...

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