Moms

[ad_1] Our children’s repeated behaviors can be baffling, exhausting, and sometimes infuriating, particularly after we’ve tried everything we can think of to make them stop. What are we missing? In this episode of Unruffled, Janet shares some of the common reasons behaviors persist and offers her actionable suggestions for helping our children (and ourselves) get
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[ad_1] Depending on your budget you might want to help give your teen’s dorm room a style upgrade. Here are some extras which can make any dorm feel cozier and a bit more personal. Note: Check the Residence Life section of the college website to find out what items are prohibited before making a mistake on
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[ad_1] There are few things that excite me more than an empty dorm room. After three years at boarding school and four years of college, transforming these small spaces in residence halls was something I looked forward to every summer.  Here are some of my best tips (and secrets…) to making your college dorm room
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[ad_1] Dorm shopping was one of my favorite parts of preparing for college. Having a dorm room that feels like home is so important and it alleviates a lot of the stress of moving into college when you have everything figured out in advance. Enter Dormify, an online decorating and shopping destination where teens can
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[ad_1] In the past 9 months, my youngest child has been dealing with a chronic illness, wants to see a therapist, told us that he is asexual, is non-binary, uses they/them pronouns and now wants to be known as Petunia. (Instead of their given name). I have tried to be a supportive parent but I
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[ad_1] There is a tendency in western culture to assume that all technology is good technology — after all, it represents progress and innovation.   But when it comes to learning, studies have proven that the pen is mightier than the keyboard. It is all about the brain and how we absorb, process and retain knowledge. On the
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[ad_1] This post is sponsored by College Savings Plans Network, but the opinions are our own. Hands down, a college degree is the single best investment a parent can make in their child’s future. But it’s also expensive. The tension between the need for a college degree and its cost is at the core of
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