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5 Tips for Creating a Healthy Toddler Schedule

by Marnie Bii January 29th, 2018| Infants/Toddlers, Seasonal
Toddlers of all personality types, from outgoing to reserved, thrive on routine. A stable daily routine helps eliminate constant anxiety from expecting the unexpected. Toddlers are taking in new information a mile a minute, so it is important to keep some areas of life stable and calm. You do not

How to Keep Kids Busy and Entertained So You Can Get Things Done Around the House

by Editorial Team January 22nd, 2018| Elementary
If there is one thing that pretty much all parents can agree they are short on, it’s time. Parents have the monumental task of juggling their job, the kids, taking care of the home, and their own relationships in their life. At many times it can feel like there just
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Teen’s Perspective on Schedules

by Sam P. January 22nd, 2018| Seasonal, Teens
Schedules are everything.  They are so important in my life and many of my friends' lives, simply because they keep us organized.  My friends and I all keep fairly busy schedules, so having a way to lay out our day and what we need to achieve makes it much easier

Tweens and Twitter

by Gary Hays January 15th, 2018| Safety, Social, Tweens
Twitter is one of the largest and most popular social media sites on the internet. It allows for quick and easy communication between friends but limits posts to 140 characters, so long dissertations are not a possibility. From the outside looking in, Twitter appears to be a safe enough site

Don’t Let Your Hairstyle Make You Look 10 Years Older – Hot Styles for Savvy Moms

by Editorial Team January 8th, 2018| Helpful Hints
Banana clips are really convenient for keeping your hair out of your face, but when you pair them with feathered bangs you look like something straight out of the 1980s. The same goals for bowl haircuts, or chunky blonde highlights that were made famous by the ‘Friends’ characters. Most women
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Catching up From Sick Days

by Gary Hays January 8th, 2018| Elementary, School
With winter comes cold and flu season. Let’s face it, when subjected to the confines of a classroom full of other sneezing students, your child is a target for airborne enemies, and more than likely, before the season is over, will catch their own case of the bug. It simply

Five Tips that Will Make a World of Difference for Work-from-Home Parents

by Editorial Team January 2nd, 2018| Preschool
Raising children is easily one of, if not the most demanding and all-encompassing roles you will have in your lifetime. So what does that mean for parents who are at home raising their kids while also trying to operate their own business and work from home? To say it’s a
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Preschoolers Should Enjoy Learning

by Joe Lawrence January 1st, 2018| Preschool, School
Getting your preschooler ready for school is not as hard as you may think. Just by doing some simple things at home you can get your little one all ready for school and give them a leg up on the others.

Preschool is a strange concept to me. I think it