I’m a diehard Apple user. But, if you have children, you may want to consider buying the [easyazon_link identifier=”B018Y22C2Y” locale=”US” nw=”y” tag=”mypurstr-20″ cart=”n” popups=”n”]Kindle Fire Kids Edition[/easyazon_link]. I admit that the iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone are easier to use, have a bigger selection of apps, and a better camera than the Fire. But, as a parent, on any given day, I want my children
What is Aaptiv?
Aaptiv is a fitness app available on Android and Apple devices. It provides on-demand classes in an audio format, wherein an instructor coaches you through various fitness routines.
Although Aaptiv includes workouts ranging from outdoor running, treadmill, elliptical to yoga, I will focus strictly on its indoor cycling classes.
As a parent, you can only protect your kids from so much. I can’t reduce their risk of most types of cancers, but I can help to reduce their sun cancer risk. When people hear skin cancer, I think they often take it lightly. Maybe it’s because we all know someone who has had skin cancer; it’s the most common type often not serious. However, patients are getting diagnosed with melanoma at alarming rates in recent years.
OK, my PSA is over.
As you can see, I take my sun protection extremely seriously. I am always on the search for the best products.
As a child, life centers around fun. As an adult, sometimes you need to make a conscious effort to find fun: girls night, date night, “me time.” Some days, you take what you can get. Today is one of those days, so here I am writing about the kitschy items in my kitchen, the little things that make me chuckle on a daily basis.
1. Lunch Disguise Sandwich Bags: Sure, I know it’s not the most environmentally friendly option, but don’t you wish your mom packed your lunches in these bags back in the day?