Blog Posts in April, 2014

  • 7 Steps to Stress-Free School Mornings

    Do many of your mornings feel chaotic as you wrangle your kids through the morning routine while scrambling around for gym clothes and searching for missing text books? Do you often have to make ...
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  • Best Mother's Day Gift Ideas for Students

    Mother’s Day is on Sunday, May 11 th and, as a student, you probably don’t have much free cash to show your mother a little appreciation on her special day. The good news is that Mother’s Day isn’t ...
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  • Teen Inventors Saving Lives

    These teens are thinking outside the box to create solutions to medical problems that change the world and help to save lives. These inventive young entrepreneurs have solved complex medical issues ...
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  • Top Six Things Teachers Need from Parents

    If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a village to educate them too. Studies show that parents who get involved in the education of their students see much better results in confidence and ...
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  • Winner Winner Family Dinner!

    If you wish to instill family cohesion, encourage siblings to get along or get your kids to talk to you more, one excellent way to do this is through family dinners. Of course it’s not always easy to ...
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  • Can We Praise Our Children Too Much?

    The power of positive parenting is amazing and parents who grew up with little praise understand that children respond better to positive encouragement than they do to reprisals or the promise of ...
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  • Five Ways to Overcome Middle Child Syndrome

    Being the middle child is living between a rock and a hard place. While your firstborn has already had the benefit of years of attention, and your youngest child needs more from you, your middle child ...
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  • Born Just Right

    April is Limb Loss Awareness month and if you have never spoken to your kids about limb loss, this is a great time to broach the subject. Some people lose limbs through illness or accident, but an ...
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