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Keep the Kids Busy with These 5 Outdoor Activities

On average, kids get 195 days off from school each year, according to the National Council on Teacher Quality. The longest stretch happens in the summer, of course. If you don’t have enough time off yourself to travel or you are on a strict budget, try these fun outdoor activities […]

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Rainy Day Family Fun: Imaginative Indoor Activities for Kids

As a mom with young kids, you can never have too many indoor activities in your arsenal to keep everyone occupied. We know that play is vital for a child’s development so it’s important to make sure those rainy days don’t put a damper on playtime. From silly competitions to […]

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Gadgets and Apps to Keep Your Teen Driver Safe

Just when you thought there was nothing worse than playing teen taxi driver, you realize you now are the worried mom of a teen driver. Is she texting while driving? Is that loud music distracting him? How many friends are in the car? The list of worries goes on. New […]

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Say Hi to Summer Thighs

This post is sponsored by CoolSculpting. As if I needed any reminding that we’re in the midst of summer, my in-car thermometer informs me that it’s 102 degrees outside. As I put the car into gear, I look down at my jean-clad legs and immediately regret the choice to not […]

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6 Tips For Buying Kids Accessories Online

Buying kids accessories is interesting yet challenging. The limitless choices available in the kids section will leave you wondering on how to go about selecting them. Particularly, after the introduction of online stores, the options available are plenty and you are never at an obligation to buy from a store […]

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Teens and Technology: The 3 Ds of Danger

Research conducted by Common Sense Media found that 90 percent of America’s teens use social media and 41 percent consider themselves addicted to it. Although social media makes many users feel good, the study finds that dangers still exist. Protect your teenage children from the three dangerous Ds of technology: […]