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Lessons Learned and Bonds Strengthened As Families Stick Closer to Home

  So far, 2020 has brought us all more challenges than we could have imagined last year. And whether by choice or due to state-mandated lockdowns, we’ve all been spending a lot more time home recently. The good news is, there are a lot of benefits to spending more time […]
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Michigan Barber Attacked For Trying To Keep His Doors Open

  Business owners are struggling to keep their head above water during strict lockdown policies implemented by states across the nation. With capitalism being the driving force of our economic survival it makes one wonder where America will stand after this structure was laid to rest for months on end. […]
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Mourning the Loss of Traditions and Events This Year?  Times Are Different, But Can Still Be Special

  Routine… tradition… consistency – these are all extremely important factors in providing stability to children, and adults depend on them to stay on track as well. We’ve experienced some unprecedented times this year, and have sadly seen many of the events and celebrations with which we build tradition and […]
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Mom Was Asked To Do The Unthinkable Only 7-Months Post Delivery

  Women are the most scrutinized group of people on earth! If it’s not what we are wearing, the way we raise our kids, or the eccentric hair color we experimented with, it is the very shape of our bodies- which is often partly out of our control. At the […]
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Looking to Preserve Your Child’s Earliest Memories?  There May Be a Scientific Approach

  When you think back to your childhood, can you bring up your first memory? Chances are, nothing comes to mind from a time before you were two or three, and then only a fragment of memory may be there. For most of us, memories are not cemented until we […]
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Get Ready – “Beach Ambassadors” Are Determined To Ruin Your Summer Vacation Plans

  Many families have spent their spring cooped up inside and are looking forward to the freedom to finally get outside and soak in the sunshine and fresh air. The hot summer months are typically full of beachgoers eager to get their daily dose of Vitamin D while walking down […]
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Tips To Help Your Child With ADHD Thrive While Learning From Home

  With schools shut down or closed, many moms were thrust into the role of helping their little ones continue to learn. And while homeschooling can be difficult to adjust to for some children, to those with ADHD the challenge is even greater. But the good news is, children with […]
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Americans Who Live Debt-Free Practice These Savvy Financial Habits

  From compounding student loans to hefty car payments, to maxed out credit card debts and delinquent tax bills, many Americans struggle with debt. But then there are those Americans who are living debt-free – and even have their mortgage paid off. What’s their secret? It might be simpler than […]
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4 Financial Mistakes You Are Making That Will End Up Costing You Big Time

  You don’t need to be a financial guru to manage your finances well. And when it comes to finances, many people think they are “doing just fine”, or they are so overwhelmed they don’t even know where to start. The good news is, you can obtain a healthy financial […]
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Meditation Is More Than Sitting In Silence

  The thought of sitting in complete silence and doing nothing while your laundry piles up and the kids continue to dump the lego bucket on the living room floor may seem unbearable. However, meditation is more than a five-minute break from the chaos outside your bedroom door, it is […]