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1. Quick Food Fixes for Hungry Kids
Does it ever feel like time isn't on your side, especially when you've got hungry mouths to feed? Between rushing from school to work to extracurricular activities, satisfying those big appetites can seem nearly impossible. In fact, it often feels like the drive-thru is the only place where you'll achieve instant gratification. Of course, fast food comes at a price - in cost and calories. What you need are a few simple and easy ideas... Read More

2. When Is Your Child Ready for a Cell Phone?
Your child is ready to reach out and touch someone with his or her very own cell phone, which begs the question "how young is too young?" There's no denying that we're living in the age of technology where it seems like everyone is connected. Seeing a grade-school child with her own personal cell phone has become commonplace. While it may seem like a major trend for kids, for parents it can be a godsend, especially when you're trying to... Read More

3. How to Harness Mom Stress
April marks Stress Awareness Month, and if any population is aware of their stress, then it's moms! Moms are the do-it-all members of the family for the most part, and the ones who take on more than they ought to. For multitasking moms, who juggle kids, jobs, extracurricular activities, husbands and managing the household, stress may be ever-present. But you can -- and should -- lighten your load. Moms need a moment -- or several --... Read More

4. Extracurricular Activities: When to Say When
When it comes to raising well-rounded children, extracurricular activities play a huge role in keeping your kids in line. According to one education consultant, participation in school activities, sports and community clubs and organizations during the middle school years has a positive effect on at-risk teens who might drop out in high school. In addition to fostering positive character traits in children, it also creates a school... Read More

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