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No time to pack your child’s lunch for school? No worries

No time to pack your child’s lunch for school? No worries

The school year is well underway and your best laid plans for coordinated family schedules, home-cooked dinners together and a bag lunch packed from home have evolved to an acceptable…

Stillwater Valley Advertiser 12.16.2015

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4 ways to protect yourself against advanced fee and prepayment scams

4 ways to protect yourself against advanced fee and prepayment scams

When you’re reading through your daily emails, you most likely check the spam folder, deleting the strange and unwanted items from your inbox. But what happens when one slips through…

Country Living Magazine December 2015

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Penny Saver 12.14.2015

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The anatomy of a baby wipe [Infographic]

The anatomy of a baby wipe [Infographic]

– As a parent, it’s natural to have questions about the products that will touch baby’s soft, delicate skin. Nothing is more important than the health and safety of your…

Cuatro formas sencillas y económicas para que su familia consuma alimentos sanos

Cuatro formas sencillas y económicas para que su familia consuma alimentos sanos

“La forma en que concebimos una dieta saludable ha cambiado de forma sin precedentes en cuestión de décadas. En la actualidad, muchos estadounidenses consideran cocinar en casa como una inversión…

6 easy ways to incorporate Fair Trade into your life

6 easy ways to incorporate Fair Trade into your life

You’ve most likely seen the Fair Trade Certified label on your morning coffee or tea, but do you know what it really means? Fair Trade goods are really just that,…

Go to the top of the class with stylish PCs

Go to the top of the class with stylish PCs

From study groups to semesters abroad and internships, each new school year provides a list of endless opportunities for a student’s personal growth and development. With to-do lists jam-packed with…

Working parents: Think your employer doesn’t ‘get’ you? You may be right, but there is still hope

Working parents: Think your employer doesn’t ‘get’ you? You may be right, but there is still hope

More American families than ever before have two parents working, but recent studies show many employers haven’t adapted to this change in the workforce demographics. Working parents feel burnt out…