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5 ways for parents to become Savvy about hidden added sugars

5 ways for parents to become Savvy about hidden added sugars

If 10 parents were asked about how much added sugar their child consumes each day,there’s a good chance that at least 9 of them will have no clue or will underestimate it. In fact, research published in the International Journal of Obesity reported that 92 percent of the parents surveyed in the study underestimated the added sugar content in foods and beverages.

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The Benefits of Multiple Extracurricular Activities

The Benefits of Multiple Extracurricular Activities

“I’m bored,” my 11-year-old daughter grumbled as she collapsed on to the couch. It was a rare unscheduled moment in her life. I cringed as I recalled what can occur when she has a spontaneous second. At the age of three, I assumed she was quietly playing with her toys only to discover the entire wall was covered with a new crayon drawn mural.

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I'm not who I thought I'd be at 40

I'm not who I thought I'd be at 40

I‘m in my 40th year of life, and today I sat for most of the morning at the kitchen table working on my seven-year-old son’s model Porsche, a beautiful blue Boxster—at least that’s what the picture shows on the box. School is out and he and his older sister have asked: “Mom, are you going to be using the kitchen?”

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Tips for  Keeping Your  Middle Schooler Organized

Tips for Keeping Your Middle Schooler Organized

Hey, Moms! When your son or daughter starts middle school this fall, teachers will expect them and their classmates to manage homework, school supplies and activities without the same oversight they experienced in elementary school. Set your tween up for success in a way that supports their growing independence.

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Engaging the daydreamer

Engaging the daydreamer

When my son’s second grade teacher told me that he often appeared to “check out” during the school day, I was concerned. But I wasn’t entirely surprised that my imaginative child would drift off to his dream world, an infinitely more colorful place than a math facts worksheet. Nonetheless, his daydreaming needed to be addressed.

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