Parents: Creating a Legacy of Healthy Habits

Father Feeding Son Vegetables

Parents have many important responsibilities when it comes to their kids, not the least of which is striving for their good health and nutrition. But this responsibility is so much more than just putting food on the table and knowing when to take kids to a doctor. Parents need to not only feed their children,…

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Helping Christmas Mean a Little Bit More

The de Jager family

For the de Jager family, the most important present this Christmas won’t come brightly wrapped with ribbons or bows. There’ll be plenty of those, but the gift that matters the most will be spending Christmas together. For the first time since moving from South Africa to the United States, Cornelius de Jager will have the…

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The Work of Angels

Baby in Red Overalls

There’s something about the holidays that puts people in a charitable mood. After all, it is the gift-giving season. From food drives, to soup kitchens, to bell-ringing Salvation Army Santas, there are countless opportunities to lend a helping hand to those in need. However, acts of sacrifice and kindness don’t have to be relegated to…

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Chemical Warfare: How Chlorine Bleach turns Your Home Into A Danger Zone

Gas Mask and Bleach

You clean your home to make it a safer, more enjoyable place to be. But what if the very products you use to clean your home are actually making it more dangerous and more uncomfortable for your family? For decades, customers have mistakenly equated chlorine bleach with words like “clean” and “safe”. But the reality…

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Welcome to The Melaleuca Family

Melaleuca marketing executives

As I travel across North America, I can’t help noticing the diversity of the thousands upon thousands of customers and Marketing Executives that Melaleuca has attracted. Everywhere I go, I meet customers from all backgrounds, ethnicities, countries, cultures and religions. As unique and individual as we all are—as different as we are—there are two things…

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5 Ways to Manage Your Holiday Hoopla

Time to make time : 5 ways to manage your holiday hoopla

The holidays are full of fun and family, hope and cheer. But they can also be stressful and overbooked. (Like that year both your mother-in-law and your brother’s family somehow ended up staying at your house for a week—too many visions of sugarplums in the basement!) So how do you find peace and joy while…

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