I have a very hungry 12 year old on my hands....constantly looking for a snack and entering the "bottomless pit" stage of life. However, he also has severe, life-threatening food allergies. That makes grabbing whatever he finds closest to him not an option. As his mom, I've … [Read more...] about Finding Ways to “Enjoy Life” with Food Allergy Friendly Snacks
That brilliantly sunny day will be burned upon my memory forever ~ the one earlier this year when I opened that email inviting me to join approximately 40 other women on the inaugural Permission to Hustle Retreat. The event was to take place aboard a Carnival cruise ship in … [Read more...] about The Retreat that Launched an Advance: My #PTHCarnival Takeaways
Hey there, everyone! Footprints in Pixie Dust may have been around for a few years, sure. However, did you know that I've only been working it full-time for the last six months? Yup! Back in March, on my 45th birthday - to be exact, I made the life-changing decision and … [Read more...] about The Six Month Overview and What’s on the Horizon
It may not be common knowledge, but the month of May is Food Allergy Awareness Month. Okay, well, technically there is only a week legitimately devoted to it (May 13-19th this year), but nearly every other notable health condition gets an entire month. There is no reason we … [Read more...] about Food Allergy Awareness: Our Story Continues
When parents (or community that involves both the parents and teacher) realize that their child is struggling to keep up academically with their peers in school and would benefit from the opportunity to repeat a grade, they oftentimes hold the child back for their own good. It's … [Read more...] about Skipping the Grade: Benefit or Detriment?