Mom, Your Vote Matters for Our Children and Our Environment

We are less than a week away from one of the most important elections in decades. And while the topics the presidential candidates have discussed have been vast, there has been little discussion about kid’s health and climate change. Being a proactive mom means I have gone above and beyond my civic duty to properly…

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Mom, What Do We Do When We Don’t Accomplish Our Goals?

Not accomplishing our goals can feel pretty defeating… But, what if there was a way to learn from NOT accomplishing our goals, so we have more probabilities of accomplishing them next time? Well, that’s what happened when I set a goal and DIDN’T accomplish it last year. I had a very compelling goal of having…

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Instant Solution for Weary Moms

Exhaustion. Fatigue. Anxiety. Those are words I know too well. Growing up with a single mom who was a true example of hard work ethics and diligence, I learned to work hard from early on. Life taught me that “if you work hard, you get what you get ahead in life.” For that reason, I’ve…

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What is the Youngpreneur Program?

I stood on a plastic cube in my aunt’s kitchen (where we lived for 4 years) and with my little hands I added spoonfuls of sugar to 3 cups of water and the juice of 5 lemons. There were lemon peels everywhere and water covered most of the surface around me. As I tasted the lemon water, my sweet buds told…

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Why Teaching Your Children About Business Teaches Them Character

When my oldest was 5 years old, I attended my first homeschool convention. In the list of workshops provided, I checked off a class titled “Children of Character” by Mardy Freeman. (See reference at the bottom) Promptly before the scheduled time, I walked in to find a room full of other committed parents who were…

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