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365 Frugality Tips: Couponing When You Can


Day 3: Year of Renewed Frugality Many people resist the notion of couponing when it comes to frugal living because they think it is too much work. I get that in some instances, it may not make any sense. For example, my mother lives in a rural area where her nearby supermarkets don’t double coupons. To her cutting coupons...

Child Development: 4 Tips to Teach Kids to Be Good Sports


Parenting—Are your kids good losers? If not, you’re not alone. In the competitive world we live in, children are taught directly and indirectly from a young age that winning is the goal. As parents, it is our responsibility to teach our kids that while winning a game may be a...

Kerri Inspired This

by Isn’t she just beautiful?  It kind of appropriate that I’m not only wearing a crown but I’m also in an “I Love Me” shirt to kick off this New Year’s post (even...

Maybe Not Everything is a Teachable Moment


Hi Readers — Believe it or not, this isn’t even a post about Sandy Hook. It’s about Tony Hawks and a photo he posted of himself skateboarding as he swung his 4-year-old daughter, who was not wearing a helmet.

I believe in helmets. I love them. I make my kids wear them. But I do not believe that seeing one...

Announcing the Holiday Edition of Project You Magazine!

by The holiday edition of Project You magazine has arrived. Even better, as always, it’s FREE! (Isn’t it great how that fits into your holiday budget?) So, click on the widget below and start reading. Happy holidays!

100 Good Wishes

by Last minute Christmas shopping isn’t something I enjoy doing. I’m really a planned and organized person that makes the list, checks it twice and begins to shop in advance – just to be prepared. Not this year, this year I am down to the wire because there is only a few days before Santa arrives.

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(Almost) At Ease


I’m in the part of pregnancy where (for me) I don’t get as many ultrasounds. I don’t think I’ll be scheduled for another one for at least a month, unless Dr. Risky wants to check me for something. I hate this part of pregnancy. I don’t feel any better, I’m not getting ultrasounds, and it’s too soon to feel...

Why I’m Not Talking To My Kids About Sandy Hook


I did not tell my children about Sandy Hook.

I did not tell my children about Sandy Hook because, look: I don’t want to talk about Sandy Hook with my children. I don’t want to talk about Sandy Hook, at all. To anybody. Unless, that is, it’s to a gun rights advocate who is insisting that guns didn’t kill those...

11 Tips for Tending to a Sick Child

by Tis the season for giving.  Unfortunately, the giving isn’t limited to presents or Happy Holiday wishes. All of this holiday gathering means germs are exchanged as readily as Christmas cookie recipes.  Invariably someone in your office will pass a bug along to you, or the germ pool preschool will have an outbreak, or the bagger at

Children Have Suffered the Consequences of Our Immigration Policies


Tearing families apart isn’t in anyone’s interest. We all know that. But according to a recent report by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), more than 46,000 parents of U.S. citizen children were removed from the U.S. between Jan. 1 and June 30, 2011. During the same period, ICE sought orders of deportation, exclusion, or removal in the...

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