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Are You a Single Mom? Yes, You Can Afford to Send Your Kids to College

As a single mom, sometimes it’s hard enough just getting everyone through the week in one piece. Homework, laundry, shopping, cleaning, extracurricular activities — you’re worried about getting tomorrow’s lunches made, not how you’re going to put your kids through college, right? Besides, it’s all so… overwhelming. And then some. […]

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To Be a Better Parent You Must Invest in Yourself

We all want to be better parents. And it may seem counterintuitive, but the more you establish a habit of spending quality time by yourself, the more your kids will benefit. Whether you work at an office, work from home, or have the full-time job of “mom,” your days are […]

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Olive Garden Brings Back Date Night for Parents with its Second Annual Parents’ Night Out

Olive Garden is breaking down the barriers to date night for parents through a North American partnership with My Gym, the no. 1 children’s fitness program. The leading Italian restaurant is providing kids with a free fun-filled evening at My Gym while their parents enjoy an affordable 4-course Italian meal […]

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3 Things Moms Can Do to Help Teens Become Good Drivers

The statistics are enough to make us want to wrap our teens in bubble wrap and buy them a lifelong bus pass. As the Centers for Disease Control notes, car crashes are the number-one cause of death for teenagers in the United States. According to recent stats about 2,600 teens […]

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A Trio of Car Maintenance Apps for Independent and Savvy Moms

As a mom, you probably spend a great deal of time in your vehicle. You cart your kiddos to school, playdates, piano and soccer practice and run the endless errands to the grocery store, bank and the drive-thru coffee shop. You might feel like you are in your car more […]

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3 Olympic-Inspired Winter Activities for Kids

The participation rate in outdoor activities for kids between the ages of six to 12 was 63 percent in 2012, according to a report by the Colorado-based Outdoor Foundation. While that number may sound encouraging, it’s a sharp drop from their 78 percent outdoor participation rate in 2006. Outdoor participation […]