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Life Lessons I’m Teaching My Daughter On Girls Night Out

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, INC. and The Coca-Cola Company, all opinions are mine alone. #ChickenCoToGo #CollectiveBias As my teenage daughter gets older it is important to me that my husband and I spend dedicated one on one time with her. I want my husband to show her how a young man… Read More Life Lessons I’m Teaching My Daughter On Girls Night Out

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How To Plan Your Month In One Hour Or Less

Our family stays on the move, and that makes it vitally important to have a system for keeping activities and events organized. Purposeful Schedule and Activity Management helps me stay on task and get more done in less time without stressing out. It’s one of the four components to Strategic Family Management. And from basketball games to dance… Read More How To Plan Your Month In One Hour Or Less

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7 Useful Tips to Stick to Your Grocery Budget

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #ExperienceFrontera #CollectiveBias Each week I stick to a $100 per week grocery budget for our family of four. I shared my three tips for feeding a family of four with $100, but I still get lots of questions… Read More 7 Useful Tips to Stick to Your Grocery Budget

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Family Fun Time: My Cincinnati Family Favorites

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, INC. and The Coca-Cola Company, all opinions are mine alone. #ChickenCoToGo #CollectiveBias I lived in many cities in my adult life. From large cities like New Orleans to small towns like Warsaw – Indiana, not Poland – I’ve experienced my fair share of living across these great… Read More Family Fun Time: My Cincinnati Family Favorites

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Turning 40: 5 Things That Have Become My New Normal

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc., Pfizer, GSK Consumer Health and i-Health, Inc. All opinions are mine alone. #DigestTheSavings #CollectiveBias The Big 4-0. That’s a significant milestone. With American life expectancy at 78, I am officially middle aged. Wow. But I feel great. I am more confident in my choices and in… Read More Turning 40: 5 Things That Have Become My New Normal

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Multiple Intelligences: How Is Your Child Smart?

Growing up I was often considered a gifted and talented kid. I excelled in math and science. I won my school spelling bee two years in a row. I received the Presidential Physical Fitness award at the highest level. I was first chair flute in band. I was even permitted to join the choir a year early based… Read More Multiple Intelligences: How Is Your Child Smart?