Memorial weekend is just around the corner, unofficially marking it as the start of summer. For many, it’s the first opportunity of summer to enjoy some serious outdoors grilling, traveling, swimming, and boating.
For others, the long weekend will be the first time heading out on long-distance travels since the holidays. Whatever is on your Memorial weekend agenda, remember a little planning goes a long way to help ensure your holiday weekend goes safely and smoothly.
For many adults, Memorial Day means an extra day of relaxation away from the office. For several teachers and students, the holiday weekend marks the end of another school year, and the start of a summer filled with fun.
If you are looking for ways to occupy your holiday weekend while keeping the kids entertained, and need to stay within your budget, there’s no shortage of inexpensive activities the entire family can enjoy.
As graduation season kicks into high gear, high school students worldwide are closing one chapter and looking forward to new and exciting adventures.
As their last day in high school draws near, students anxiously await their graduation day when they can celebrate their accomplishment with family and friends. This is an exciting time for both graduates and their parents.
As parents, we are filled with pride when watching our children reach their milestones throughout the years. Witnessing their first steps, losing their first tooth, walking with them into their first day of Kindergarten, and seeing their smile as they cross the stage at their high school graduation are just a few landmarks we’ll never forget.
When your graduate’s first college acceptance letter arrived, you probably felt both anxious and excited for their journey ahead.
This Mother’s Day, MedicAlert says a big thank you to all the moms, step-moms and grandmothers out there. Thank you for all of your love and support, and most of all, for the self-sacrifices you make with your role as a mother.
Mother’s Day is a reminder that motherhood is a choice you make every day, to put someone else’s happiness and well-being ahead of your own, to teach the hard lessons, to do the right thing even when you’re not sure what the right thing is.
A few years ago I experienced the scare of my life, and one that I will never forget. While asleep next to my husband and our two teenage daughters down the hall, I began to have difficulty breathing.
Within the first few moments, my struggle to breath didn’t seem abnormal from any other time prior. After living severe asthma my entire life, I was used to the occasional attacks which were always alleviated by my inhaler.