Infographic: Organ Donation Myth vs Reality

Infographic: Organ Donation Myth vs Reality

Sometimes I just stumble upon a really important infographic. That is the case with todays about the myth vs. reality of organ donation in the United States. Please take some time to read through this infographic and share it with others. If you are not already a registered organ donor, I urge you to become one. Infographic Source: https://blog.cjponyparts.com/2015/07/myths-vs-reality-organ-donation-in-the-united-states/ Continue Reading →
Infographic: 16 Things You Didn’t Know About Sleep

Infographic: 16 Things You Didn’t Know About Sleep

This month is National Sleep Comfort Month so I found this really interesting infographic telling us 16 things we didn’t know about sleep. I’m sure you will find out some new things from this one. What did you find most interesting about sleep?   Infographic source: http://www.PsychologyDegree.net Continue Reading →
The new teeth are in!

The new teeth are in!

My new teeth are “installed” finally. I just had the final oral surgery Monday morning to remove the rest of my own original teeth and 2 old bridges and they immediately put in the full upper and lower dentures. These are not implants, just regular dentures. I mention that again because it is one of the most common questions I … Continue Reading →
My New Teeth are Ready!

My New Teeth are Ready!

I’m soooooooo excited! My new teeth (dentures) are ready to go in!!!!! If you missed any of the story, check out my past posts on my dentures. Today I had my final pre-denture appointment today at Ballwin Dental Care with Dr. Dan which is what these pictures are from. So those are my real new teeth sitting there, but part … Continue Reading →
Cancer in America

Cancer in America

Sadly we all know too many people affected by cancer. Today I am sharing an article about the top 23 cancers that are impacting our lives including trends in reported new cases and mortality rates. Not a cheerful topic, but important information for us to know about. CHARTS: How Cancer Affects Americans Posted on October 5, 2015 by Pooja Sohoni … Continue Reading →
Keep Better Track of Your Medications with Medisafe App

Keep Better Track of Your Medications with Medisafe App

I received compensation for my work on this campaign. This post was made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thoughts are my own. Taking medication on the proper schedule is crucial so it works for us. The older I get, the more forgetful I get about things like this. Medisafe is the leading app to help us remember our medications. This … Continue Reading →
Update on the Road to Robyn’s New Smile

Update on the Road to Robyn’s New Smile

Tuesday afternoon I had my first oral surgery for the first step of extractions for my new smile! They took out seven teeth yesterday. Luckily I had IV anesthesia and so I don’t remember any of the actual oral surgery part! That is the way to go for dental work! Such a huge difference and such a much less stressful … Continue Reading →
Light Therapy to Fight Acne with illuMask

Light Therapy to Fight Acne with illuMask

I hate pimples, well I guess everyone hates them really. At 45 I would have thought I would be done with acne, but no, I still get pimples even at my age. It is not nearly as bad as when I was a teenager though thank goodness. Nevertheless, it is still annoying. Most of us have tried all sorts of … Continue Reading →
Help Me Get a New Smile!

Help Me Get a New Smile!

Many of you know of my dental woes. Today I got my final consultation on getting myself a brand new smile! I am so excited about this, but it costs a LOT of money. Because of this I have put together a GoFundMe campaign to help raise money to pay for the oral surgery and dentures. I would so appreciate … Continue Reading →
Win Your Dream Home and Support Kids

Win Your Dream Home and Support Kids

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is a leader in the treatment of childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. This is a charity that I have always been happy to donate to because I just cannot imagine how devastating it must be to have your child diagnosed with something like this. On top of this no child is denied treatment based … Continue Reading →