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Sep24
When The Student Becomes The Master (Sibling Edition)

When The Student Becomes The Master (Sibling Edition)

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After years of my oldest taking the lead with my son, it’s his turn to teach her a few things. I love seeing my kids build their relationship in any form, but this is new!

Sep16
Sidestep Homework Battles

Sidestep Homework Battles

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Homework doesn’t have to be a battleground in your home; keep in mind a few simple rules for a practical approach and peace can indeed coincide with homework!

Sep09
The March Begins: College Planning, Ahoy!

The March Begins: College Planning, Ahoy!

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Junior year, already? Time to start planning for college, sort of. We’re trying to find the balance between being smart and not freaking out.

Sep03
The Lament Of The “Perfect Dinner”

The Lament Of The “Perfect Dinner”

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I like to cook and I work from home, so in theory family dinner should be my forte. Real life doesn’t always work out the way I plan, unfortunately.

Aug26
A Tale Of Two Posters

A Tale Of Two Posters

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With my teens sharing a class for the first time, the inevitable comparisons are making me wonder how I can coax the best out of each of them.

Aug19
Baby’s First Debit Card

Baby’s First Debit Card

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I remember what a big deal my first checking account was, and can hardly believe I’m already there with my own kid. How does that little ATM card mean so much??

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