Buying Vs. Renting More To It Than Money
As a broker and property manager, one of the most common questions I get is, “Should we buy or rent?” There are … Read More
Baby Teeth: Brush ‘em, Floss ‘em, or Forget ‘em?
Time to celebrate! Your new little one got their first tooth. Now what do we do? Since they’re just baby … Read More
Growing Veggies Just Got Easy Local Startup VEG Makes it Super Simple to Grow Fresh Veggies at Home
For many, the idea of having access to farm fresh veggies without … Read More
Encinitas Pediatric Dentistry Turning a Visit to the Dentist into a Visit Between Friends
It can be a challenge to bring children to the dentist. If your child should happen … Read More
Five Nutrition Myths Busted
Don’t let nutrition myths sabotage your health goals, whether those are losing weight, having more energy, or getting more exercise.
Don’t eat after 8 p.m. The … Read More
2016 Real Estate Began with a Bang!
In my previous article I wrote that the real estate market would continue to flourish. I’ll pat myself on the back – it’s … Read More
The Amazing and “Not Scary” Dental Visit
As parents we have a great responsibility to care for our children. Taking kids to the dentist doesn’t have to be a scary … Read More
Family Owned, Kid Focused Davis Pediatric Dentistry Has Been Caring for Local Children for Over 30 Years
Since 1978, Davis Pediatric Dentistry in Encinitas has been offering comprehensive pediatric dental … Read More
Resolutions for a Healthier You at Any Age
Check out these effective strategies for boosting your brain and body so you can stay stronger and smarter longer. While growing older … Read More
Don’t Teach the ABCs Early Literacy Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
Can you read this: teeaichee seeaytee esaytee?
If you can’t, you’ll want to reconsider how your child is … Read More
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