This year we are celebrating our 10 years of being in business.  As I reflect upon those 10 years, I must reflect upon WHY we started this business in the first place.  I hope you will enjoy the journey with me. Starting from an early age As...

  I had the pleasure of spending the past week with my grandchildren, ages 1 and 3 as they visited for Thanksgiving.  Having small children around the house again can be an eye-opening experience when one has not experienced this for a few years. There are...

Appetizer:  Waldorf Salad Ingredients: 2 Cups Crushed Pineapple 2 Chopped Pears or Apples 1/2 Cup Sliced Celery 1/2 Cup Seedless Grapes (Halved) 2 Sliced Kiwis 1/3 Cup Fat-free Dressing 1/3 Cup Fat-free Yogurt 1 Tbsp Honey 2 Tbsp Toasted Walnut Pieces Kale or Lettuce Directions: Toss all...

We live in a world that is fixated on health: the latest workout, the newest diet, the most advanced vitamin. Our doctors advise us to focus on heart health; the media tells us to lower our fat and cholesterol; the exercise gurus tell us to...

What are the secrets to a long life and healthy aging?  Who better to ask than some of the oldest among us:  centenarians, who have topped the age of 100.  A recent national poll of centenarians, reveals some common lifestyle choices & advice that many...

Here at Care to Stay Home, we hope that 2017 is treating you well! As you know, the new year brings about resolutions and change. Two of the most cliche resolutions are to declutter and become healthier. As a transition into the new year, we...

As the days grow colder the season brings about many things. It brings about Halloween, Thanksgiving, and eventually Christmas! It brings about falling leaves and pine trees. It brings about big dinners and family time. It also brings about unwanted things such as the cold...

The month of June brings about many things: the end of school, rising temperatures, summer, but most importantly it brings us Father’s Day. Father’s Day isn’t about cards or breakfast in bed; it’s about the man that has been there for us from the start....

Education is important in many ways. Not only does education increase income, reduce poverty, and lower crime rates, but recent studies show that it can actually improve health and lower risk of dementia. If we can come together to prevent future generations from suffering from...