With Mother’s Day right around the corner, I asked myself, “what do moms love?” Firstly, they love their kids and family, but right after that they love things that make their life easier. Most moms also want to do good for others but simply don’t have time to research or figure out how. So, let’s boil it down; moms love convenience and doing good for the planet without having to put any extra thought or effort into it. That’s why I’ve rounded up a gift guide with every thing moms love that will help the planet and make her life easier (and yours too!).
I’ve complied the ultimate social good gift guide so you can find the perfect gift that will not only put a smile on your face & the person you give it to, but it will also give life saving resources in the form of disease research funding, clean drinking water, protecting animals, helping kids, fair wage employment, rehabilitating the homeless, or education. Here are 8 gifts that give back so you can do twice the giving without spending twice as much!
Tell me if this sounds familiar…. You fall in love with a beautiful necklace in your favorite boutique. You debate about buying it, but decide you’ll wear it every day and that will justify taking it home with you. You put it on and commence the everyday wear only to look down one day and realize that your once shiny necklace is now looking a bit dingy and dull. We’ve all done this, but I have the solution! From costume to fine, here are some tips to make sure your jewelry keeps looking good and shining bright! How to prevent tarnishing: Keep it dry! It’s best to take off your jewelry before exercising, showering, cleaning, cooking, sleeping, gardening & swimming....
Attending Mega Miracle Day with Children's Hospital Los Angeles was such an incredible way to start our March fundraiser for Make March Matter! The event's superhero theme was highlighted by the amazing patient stories shared. Amongst these was Fierce Pierce, a 2 year old boy who was treated by CHLA for Leukemia. Pierce was recently found to be strong enough to return home with his family.