“Rarely is a child feeding choice a matter of life or death, but in my child’s case, it sure was. Our daughter, Avery, was born at 25 weeks gestation, weighing 1lb, 8oz. When I was unable to provide breast milk for my daughter during her time in the NICU, I was devastated. I knew that it was imperative that she receive breast milk in order to build her immunity and stay healthy in her fragile state, and felt helpless as … Keep Reading!!!
Did you know that one of the top Google searches this season is for non-sexy Halloween costumes? I even found myself Googling it after an internet search for costumes of certain characters only gave me women’s costumes of those characters in cheap fabric and designed to look like the “sexy” version of the actual character.
And this isn’t saying that women don’t want sexy costumes, or that the people who are happy with the available options are wrong for … Keep Reading!!!
Our weekly challenge to give up a fancy cup of coffee or a weekend beer and use the money in an unusual and worthwhile way.
(We do the research for you, and as a group we make a difference.)
This week we bring you The Red Fred Project:
The Red Fred Project is a collaborative, story-making endeavor to publish 50 books created by 50 children with critical illnesses across the 50 states.
The idea is to allow these
Today we launch our weekly $5 project. Every week, we will be bringing you something or someone we have researched and believe would be worthwhile to spend $5 on. We hope you will participate, whether it be weekly or monthly. $5 may not seem like much, but if we all work together, our little contribution may be the catalyst for great change.
The story of the eight-year-old Yemeni girl who died from sexual trauma on her wedding night to her … Keep Reading!!!