16 Seasonal Allergy Remedies That Work For My Family

16 Remedies For Seasonal Allergies #MLTVhealthSeasonal allergies are not so seasonal anymore. These days they last all year long. I know it’s not just me because it seems we were barely a day away from snow before the meteorologists were flashing their pollen, mold and grass indexes during their forecasts. It is unbearable! [Read more...]

My Usana Reset With Kathy Kaehler a Lesson In Mind Over Stomach

Reseting My Health With @KathyKaehler #MLTVhealth

This week is the 1 year anniversary of my Divorce, but my friend celebrity fitness trainer Kathy Kaehler gave me an early anniversary gift a couple of weeks ago. She gave me the gift of a Reset from Usana. She didn’t just give me the gift of the week long health improvement system, she gave me the gift of her time and participation. [Read more...]

National Youth Violence Prevention Week; Helping Kids Build an Anger Management Toolkit

Preventing Youth Violence By Managing Emotions #MLTVkids

It’s National Youth Violence Prevention Week. Considering that youth violence is the second leading cause of death for most youths ages 10-24, according to the CDC, I’m not sure a week is long enough. As a parent statistics like that are frightening and overwhelming, but we can’t hide from it we just have to dig in and deal. [Read more...]

Vanderbilt Rape Case and The Loss Of Humanity

Do Not Let College Life Erase Your Humanity #MLTVtipsThe verdict is in, they are guilty. Former Vanderbilt University football players Brandon Vandenburg and Cory Batey were found guilty in the rape of an unconscious, fellow female student in a campus dorm on June 23, 2013. Sentencing will be coming soon, but there is still more guilt to go around. [Read more...]

Football Took My Birth Father Too Soon It Will Not Take My Son

It takes a family to raise an athlete #SportsparentZ

You probably know I am a Sportsparent to AAU Illinois Wolves and Whitney Young Magnet High School baller Skyler Nash (#SportsparentZ), but do you know about my sports heritage? My father Chuck Holton played for the Harlem Globetrotters, which makes my son’s basketball career very understandable right? However, I was adopted. My birth father, Greg “Grape Juice” Johnson, was a high ranking football player for the University of Wisconsin-Madison and was also drafted by the Miami Dolphins but only played semi pro with the Racine Raiders. I don’t know very much about him, not because I don’t want to but because he died too soon. He died of dementia in March of 2010. [Read more...]