We all owe who we are to our mother’s devotion. In this video clip Maria Shriver tells the story of how her mother, Eunice Shriver, founded Special Olympics, broke through social barriers, and in doing so, showed Maria the gift of possibility. Speaking on her mother’s legacy, Maria states “My mother wanted me to believe that I could do anything I set my mind to. She would always say ‘You can, you must, you will. Just go do it!’”.
With summer right around the corner, I (like so many others) am on a mission to getting fit and eating right. If you’re a yogurt fanatic (like myself) you’ll be happy to know that Dannon Light & Fit now makes a delicious Greek yogurt! With 2x the protein than regular low-fat yogurt, and at 80 calories per serving, it’s the lightest Greek yogurt with fruit. Silence those tempting thoughts with Light & Fit Greek, and stop sacrificing! It’s creamy thick texture will most definitely satisfy you.Read more
Speaking from experience, Crest Pro-Health is hands down THE best toothpaste if you’re someone with sensitive teeth. I always thought teeth sensitivity occured with older people, like in their 60′s. I’m still in my 20′s and I hate how certain toothpastes make my teeth feel… especially where my filling are! Not only does Crest Pro-Health fight teeth sensitivity, cavities, and tartar. It also whitens teeth and freshens your breath. You can never have too much of that!
Crest Pro-Health is turning people’s oral health from good to pro across the country. What will you say when you Go Pro with Crest Pro-Health?Read more
The hilarious Big Bang Theory star, Kaley Cuoco (aka Penny), is featured in the latest Toyota RAV4 commercial. In the commercial, she plays a genie. But, Kaley isn’t your average genie! She’s modern, smart and stylish, just like the Toyota RAV4 she lives inside. Catch the clip below. It’s already gotten over 6 million views in less than 2 days!
Learn more about the all-new RAV4: http://www.toyota.com/upcoming-vehicles/RAV4 – Thumbs up and Share if you wish Kaley Cuoco was your genie! #WishGrantedRead more
1 in 8 women in the U.S. (about 12%) will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime and about 3% of women actually die from the disease. Compared to African American women, white women are slightly more likely to develop Breast Cancer but less likely to die from it and women of other ethnic backgrounds (Asian, Hispanic, Native American) have a lower risk of developing and dying from Breast Cancer. Although breast cancer incidents have been on a steady decrease since 1998 it is important to keep up support efforts to ensure the rate continues to decline.Read more