Spring Cleaning? Kid-Safe Products Moms
Moms

Spring Cleaning? Kid-Safe Products

Moms

When it's time to freshen up the house for spring, get the kids involved with cleaning products that help instead…

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Spring Looks You'll Love Style & Beauty
Style & Beauty

Spring Looks You'll Love

Style & Beauty

Time to take inventory of your warm-weather looks after a long winter of covering up! Here are a few great…

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Spring into Action! Diet & Fitness
Diet & Fitness

Spring into Action!

Diet & Fitness

After a leisurely winter – or perhaps a case of cabin fever – you may need a little fitness motivation.…

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Great Outdoor Dates Love & Relationships
Love & Relationships

Great Outdoor Dates

Love & Relationships

Spring has sprung, and that means it's time to get outside. Make things romantic with these al fresco dates.

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Buying a House with Good Feng Shui New Age
New Age

Buying a House with Good Feng Shui

New Age

Spring is the perfect time to go house-hunting, so here's what you need to know to buy a home with…

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Does Your Look Need Spring Cleaning? Quiz Central
Quiz Central

Does Your Look Need Spring Cleaning?

Quiz Central

What does your style say about you? Find out if you're a style icon or a fashion mess by taking…

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Athenian Bean Salad Food & Recipes
Food & Recipes

Athenian Bean Salad

Food & Recipes

Full of fiber and fresh ingredients, this salad is perfect for brunch, dinner or a spring picnic. You haven't bean…

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9 Ways to Celebrate Hanukkah

Just because you aren't Jewish doesn't mean you can't celebrate Hanukkah, the festival of lights. Many people now celebrate both Hanukkah and Christmas, even if they don't practice Judaism. Hanukkah is a great opportunity for you to expose your children to other religions.{relatedarticles} More than just a learning experience, it also provides you with the chance to teach tolerance to your children and emphasize the importance of respecting cultures and religions other than your own. Like most of the winter holidays, your children are likely to be attracted to the notion of receiving a gift every night for eight days. Instead of buying a bunch of gifts which likely won't have any meaning to the kids, invest in candles, dreidels, menorahs and ingredients used to prepare a traditional Hanukkah feast. Brush up on your own history by teaching your children the meaning behind Hanukkah. Teach your family the meaning behind the menorah and make it a practice to light a candle each day. Enjoy playing the dreidel game with the kids.