Crafting Your Roadmap to Success

It’s challenging for anyone – especially young people – to know where you’re going if you don’t have a roadmap

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When a Bad Husband is Still a Good Father

By Tammy Letherer I had been divorced for a couple years when my former husband called with a surprise. Thankfully,

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Family dinners

Once a staple of family life, family dinners are now in decline. The American College of Pediatricians reports that family

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The Terrible Twos vs. The Terrible Teens

By Pam Molnar While picking up my prescription at Walgreens last week, the woman in front of me had two

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Exercise inside the box(ing)

By Marylene Vestergom ParticipACTION recently launched “Build Your Best Day.” And for kids between the ages of 5 – 18,

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Obesity linked to lack of sleep

Children who get less than the recommended amount of sleep for their age are at a higher risk of developing

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Don’t use the ‘D’ word

By Christine Davis When Weight Watchers announced plans to launch a teen program, offering free six-week memberships to teens from

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Travel games

By Tiffany Doerr Guerzon  During school break, many families will be hitting the road! With kids strapped into car seats

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Upping your parenting game with playful intelligence

By Anthony T. DeBenedet I first became interested in the study of play (oxymoron alert!) almost a decade ago. I

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Cook more, waste less

By Christine Davis Showing Canadians what’s been done in restaurants forever, Chef Chuck Hughes’ new web series in conjunction with

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