What I Learned From Summer Vacation
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I learned a lot on our first “official” family vacation to Hot Springs, Arkansas. There was never a dull moment with seven kids, five adults, and two vehicles in tow.

Raising an Athletic Teen? Read This…
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A recent study reports that teens have a higher use of performance enhancing drugs. If you are raising an athletic teen, this is a must read!

Finding Peace in Unemployment
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Revisiting the dilemmas of unemployment and motherhood.

A Mother’s Journey Guides a Daughter’s Success (video)
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When Dr. Roshini Raj’s mother migrated from Sri Lanka to attend a medical residency in Brooklyn, she was unaware of the profound example set for her unborn daughter.

“Kiley’s Purple Hat,” a Beautifully Handcrafted Children’s Book, Available for Pre-Order Following Kickstarter Success
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A side-sewn picture book rekindling family story time, “Kiley’s Purple Hat” lets children discover colors, textures and creating something with their own hands; currently in production and will be available in time for the holidays. [PRNewsFoto/OSAAT Entertainment]

What Happens When Bystanders Stand Up to Bullying?
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Bullying and cyberbullying are a part of growing up today. Surveys show that nearly 30 percent of middle and high school students have been bullied at school and 43 percent have experienced cyberbullying in the past year. [PRNewsFoto/Be Smart. Be Well.]

Online Safety for Children is Everybody’s Job, Especially Parents
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Online safety and responsibility for children – whose job is it anyway? Teachers, parents, or both…

Infinite Intangibles of an Erudite Woman and Mother
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Dr. Antoinette Ellis-Williams is a super mom with infinite intangibles. She is the sage, the griot, the mentor, the sister, the friend, the teacher, the preacher, and the essence of woman.

Surprising Results for Public vs. Private College Grads
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The economic recession has leveled the playing field for private and public college graduates. Guess who earns more?

Join the Climate Action Protest for Kids
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Climate change requires action. And what better way to make it happen than by getting yourself and your kids involved in the protest. [photo courtesy of Moms Clean Air Force]

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