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Back to the Book

January 1, 2015 • 2015, Big Kids, Education & Learning, Home Life, January 2015, Technology, Teens and Pre-TeensComments (0)

Is Your Household in Need of a Slow Reading Revolution? When I was a kid, and a teenager, and a young mom, books were my entertainers and my stress reducers. There was literally no activity that eclipsed that of reading. I would do it for hours, tucking towels at the foot of my bedroom door so [&hellip...

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Q&A with Al Hensling, United American Mortgage

January 1, 2015 • 2015, Expert Advice, Home, January 2015, Money MattersComments (0)

By many industry seers’ accounts, families will be back in the market for homes in 2015. Is your family one of them? Before you pull the trigger, Al Hensling, President of United American Mortgage, offers you the following perspectives – and advice....

From Resolution to Reality

January 1, 2015 • 2015, Holidays, Home Life, January 2015, Money Matters, Sports, Health & FitnessComments (0)

20 Ways Busy Moms and Dads can Actually Keep the 4 Most Common Resolutions   RESOLUTION: Lose Weight / Get Fit 1. Eat smaller portions: Don’t open the refrigerator with “wild dog hunger.” Insteak, keep a steady balance throughout the day with...

Covert Cooking: Clever Ways to Sneak in the Extra Veggies

January 1, 2015 • 2015, Cooking & Dining Out, Food, Home Life, January 2015Comments (0)

The dawn of the new year brings with it the promises of health, fitness and family resolutions, most of which include something along the lines of eating out less, packing healthy snacks and coming up with resourceful ways to sneak extra vegetables into...

Health News and Developments of 2014

January 1, 2015 • 2015, Food, January 2015, Sports, Health & FitnessComments (0)

  TOO MUCH SUGAR Over 31,000 people participated in a dietary study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The results were published in February 2014 and the news was not shocking but plenty disturbing for its everyday reality for parents:...