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Teaching Children to Enjoy the Arts
Museums are wonderful places for children to learn about art and history, some offer educational activities for the whole family.
Teaching Your Preschooler
Now that big brother or sister has started going to school, or getting ready to go, your preschooler may not only feel a bit lonely, he may feel left out as well. What can you do to help your little one?
Teens and Inappropriate Friends
Does your child have inappropriate friends? You know the ones I mean. They are not the ones you would pick for your child. But be fair. You must ask yourself if these new friends really inappropriate or do they simply play havoc with your comfort level.
Ten Tips to Make the Most of Your Work Week
Special Feature Article by author Christine Louise Hohlbaum. Ms. Hohlbaum asks "Does your work week drag by? Do you live for Friday afternoons?" She gives you ten tips to help smile through the week.
The Bishop's Wife - Movie Review
This is the perfect story for all faiths. Church Bishop Henry Brougham (David Niven) wants to build a new and bigger church in the worst way. He is even willing to kowtow to rich demanding congregation members to get funding. Henry prays for help and is sent an irreverent angel named Dudley (Cary Gr
The Family CFO The Couple's Business Plan for Love and Money - Book Review
The concept of this book is that couples can and should run the financial side of their homes like a business. One of the first things The Family CFO authors do is to help couples get past the idea of not talking and sharing personal information about money.
The Family CFO: Interview with Author Mary Claire Allvine
An indepth interview with Mary Claire Allvine, C.F.P co-author of The Family CFO: The Coupleīs Business Plan For Love and Money
The First 30 Days - Your Guide to Any Change
Book Review: The First 30 Days: Your Guide to Any Change (and Loving Your Life More)by Ariane de Bonvoisin
The Happiest Toddler on the Block - BOOK REVIEW
The Happiest Toddler on the Block: The New Way to Stop the Daily Battle of Wills and Raise a Secure and Well-Behaved One- to Four-Year-Old
The Hidden Rewards Of Going Back To School
Investing time, energy and money on continuing-education classes or professional development programs can seem so daunting many donít make the commitment. Going back to school is definately worth the time and energy.
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