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Oct15
Lunch Boxes Of The Teen And Quirky

Lunch Boxes Of The Teen And Quirky

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Worried that your teen is the only one whose lunch isn’t Pinterest-worthy? Allow me to make you feel a lot better about your life (and lunch) choices.

Oct08
I Snoop On My Kids Because I Can

I Snoop On My Kids Because I Can

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As teens leave behind ever-widening digital footprints, do their interactions deserve privacy? I don’t think so, and my kids know where I stand.

Oct08
Failure is a Possibility. Expect it.

Failure is a Possibility. Expect it.

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Throughout this homeschooling journey, I have learned the only sure-fire way to fail is never to try at all. It is why a solid education requires a sustained effort, regardless of where that education occurs.

Oct04
The Politics of Birthday Parties

The Politics of Birthday Parties

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On the death of the small at-home party, the etiquette of sibling tagalongs, and other kids’ birthday party conundrums.

Oct03
Getting Rid of the Shoulds

Getting Rid of the Shoulds

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Let’s make a pact to remove the word “Should” from our vocabularies. Shoulds make you feel weak, like a failure. Shoulds get in the way of you appreciating what you actually do–the things that matter to you and to your family.

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