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Jul22
When Dinnertime Becomes a Dinnersaga

When Dinnertime Becomes a Dinnersaga

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My husband is a terrific (yet overly ambitious) cook. So we’re eating dinner at 9 p.m. — or even later. There’s got be a way to streamline the family dinner process!

Jun26
11 Tips For Living Clutter-Free With Children

11 Tips For Living Clutter-Free With Children

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Summer is the perfect time to establish some new habits and cleaning routines that will free you up to have more time for doing things you enjoy.

Jun14
On Adoption: “When are your REAL parents coming back for you?”

On Adoption: “When are your REAL parents coming back for you?”

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After being a part of the adoption process firsthand, I now understand that whether we gain the parents we have through biology or biography, the end result can be the same- a happy family.

Jun14
Filling in the Blanks

Filling in the Blanks

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When I introduce myself from here on out, I am supposed to say, “Hi, my name is ______________, and I’m an alcoholic.” That’s the first step, according to the brochure some nice woman handed me as I entered my first AA meeting day before yesterday.

May29
Rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy is NYC’s Real Marathon This Year

Rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy is NYC’s Real Marathon This Year

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I am lending a hand to help to restore some homes in Gerritsen Beach, Brooklyn which was hit hard by Hurricane Sandy.

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