Today, I was moved to give you a review on the popular Goli ashwagandha gummies. No, this is not a sponsored ad! I am doing this because I wanted to share the noticeable improvement in my autistic son’s hyperactivity since taking this vitamin for 30 days. Now, listen I am that mom who has tried everything
As you well know, my son Trey has autism, which has been an uphill battle since he was a toddler. I think the most challenging times were between the age of 2-6, until he became verbal at age 6. Language gave him the ability to get his needs met and be able to communicate with
However, it was time I got back to writing and so I wanted to write about something that had been on my mind for a while: Matching your energy to the people around you.
Writing is not an easy feat, and neither is publishing. Publishing your first book can be super hard, even with the information highway at your fingertips. That is why it is important to have a guide through this process. Someone who can walk you through the land mines, pitfalls, missteps, etc. Someone who can help you save time, energy and most importantly, MONEY!
For weeks, I have been wanting to write on this topic and just have been so busy, that I didn’t have a chance. Psychotropic medication is a very controversial topic that carries A LOT of stigma. As many Americans that are on some form of mental health meds, you would think it would not be
Trey the Chef: Cooking Camp is the charming second installment in the Trey the Chef illustrated children’s book series for ages 4-7. If you and your child like optimistic characters, cheerful settings, and relatable adventures, then you’ll love Kira Parris-Moore’s heartwarming dish.
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