Some of our weekly blogging crew are on hiatus this autumn week, but you’ve still go lots of helpful info you can use. Check us out!
Although a new rule for window covering cords will prevent strangulation injuries and deaths for kids in the future, the Consumer Product Safety Commission urges consumers to choose cordless window coverings, which are the safest option for children. If you have kids 8 years old and younger or children that age visit your home, consider replacing window coverings with cords now.
Laurie was twenty-one and sobbed after reading Thornton Wilder’s play, Our Town. It’s about Emily, a young woman who dies in childbirth and is allowed to go back and relive one day of her life. She chooses her twelfth birthday.
Have you written a book but need help getting it published? Rebecca Olkowski, with BabyBoomster.com interviewed Sherry Ward, CEO of Square Tree Publishing. She has some great tips to shareand if you meet her company’s requirements, she can help you through the publishing process.
After a recent trip, Meryl Baer of Beach Boomer Bulletin devised a few travel tips – ten to be exact, but in no way comprehensive – for folks young at heart but trapped in older bodies. Read what she learned in her post10 Tips for Traveling Seniors
And of course, my holiday gift guide:
Some unique and wonderful ideas that are also easy on the wallet can be found here.
Thanks Carol. Always interesting.
I love the variety. Every week.