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5 parent tips for picking the right video games

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Armed with new game consoles and mobile devices, plus a pocket full of gift cards, kids everywhere are hoping to add a few new video games to their library with some fun post-holiday shopping. With so many choices, parents can sometimes feel a little overwhelmed trying to decide which games are appropriate for their children to play. Read More »

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Your teens belong to the generation of Millennials and there is a lot of pressure put on them, mainly in terms of changing the face of economy in an extremely competitive environment and even wider - transforming the world. Technology and economic disruption play a major part of the arena teenagers grow up in. All of this may be hard for parents to comprehend because of the generation gap, but the fact lies in the following: teens are stressed out and it’s no joke. Here’s how you can show your support and help them through it. Read More »

Last Minute Halloween: Easy DIY Costumes

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We’ve all been there: you’re cleaning out the backpacks and find, crumpled up at the bottom, the flier for the school Halloween party happening...tomorrow. There’s no way you have time to get to the Halloween store, so what now? Open your craft bins, rummage through your closet, and grab your glue gun, because here are a couple DIY Halloween costumes from Pinterest that can be made last minute! Read More »

5 back-to-school tips to maximize family time

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As summer comes to a close, the anticipation of the new back-to-school year can be both exciting and stressful. Summer fun will soon give way to after school activities, sports and homework. Mornings will become slightly more hectic and fast-paced as everyone races to get their backpacks and get out the door. Read More »

Use Summer To Help Your College Student Prepare For Fall

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For college students, summer break presents the opportunity to get some much-needed downtime, hang out with friends from high school, and earn some money for school. The start of the fall semester is not far off, however, and with it will come the return of classes and exams. Students who use the rest of their summer wisely will be rewarded with a much smoother start to the school year. Here are some things to do that don’t take too much work. Read More »