Jumping Naked On A Trampoline. 3 Empowering Reasons You Should NOW

What are your plans for this Summer?

Picnic? Parade? Some fun in the sun and Swimming?

How ’bout the grill. Throw on some hot dogs…  which leads me to what I wanna do.

I wanna jump naked on a trampoline. And Dance. But lots of jumping.  High. And do flips. And toe-touches.

Here’s why it’s so important…  and why it can dramatically change your life for the better.

Empowered Independence – Empowering Your Kids

Independence. Empowered.

The pinnacle pillar of our great nation.

It’s Empowering, after all, isn’t it?

And teaching your kids the significance of the holiday also empowers them.

There’s so many great things to do for families and kids this time of year.  And this holiday was jam-packed with excitement!!

Fireworks, pool parties, parades, cook-outs were just part of it. This year my kids learned about building a business.

Especially with this…

Empowering Your Family This Independence Day: Family Things To Do

American flag wavingYEP, it’s the 4th of July!  Happy Independence Day to all you EMPOWERING people!!

But don’t have your day all planned out?  Don’t panic, don’t stress –  We’ve got all the information you need to know to make your 4th of July — well, a BLAST!

We’ve put together a list of family activities, happenings, events and things to do for your family, places to go, things to see, discount rates for your family (so you can have some Independence from spending too much!).

Empowering yourself this holiday and have fun.  Here’s your family guide:

21 Easter Facts You Didn’t Know.

So given that it’s Good Friday, here’s some good clean fun!

This Easter Holiday, while you’re celebrating with your family and having fun with the kiddos – here’s some Eggs-cellent Easter Facts to fill your baskets.

Fill more than just your kids’ bellies – fill their minds by empowering them with some sucrose-laden Holiday Fun.

Can You Say Sugar Rush!

Easter is the second most important candy-eating occasion of the year for Americans, chowing down 7 Billion pounds of candy in 2010, according to the National Confectioners Association.

In 2000, Americans spent nearly $1.9 billion on Easter candy, while Halloween sales were nearly $2 billion; Christmas, an estimated $1.4 billion; and Valentine’s Day, just over $1 billion. In 2010 we gobbled up 8.2 BILLION dollars in sweets–so much for improving the American diet!

Peter Rabbit Stew. Is The Holiday Bunny Cooked In Your House?

Here comes Peter Cotton Tail… hopping down the commercially over-exploited holiday trail.

And here’s the problem with the furry little critter…my second grader is about to make stew out of the whole Easter Bunny concept.

Well, it’s more like the connection between Jesus and the brightly colored eggs.  He’s 8-going-on-lawyer and is building his supporting arguments.  Questioning, Questioning, Questioning.  And the jury is out for him on this one.

But the big bunny isn’t the only fictional childhood character in the hot seat, just this past Christmas, Santa was called to the witness stand.  Since I wasn’t prepared with my closing argument as counsel for the defendant in this childhood-character-courtroom-drama, I did what any responsible parent would do, I simply countered, ‘what do YOU think?’