Category: Parenting

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5 Money-Saving Shopping Tips

As a parent, you want to feed your child healthy, nutritious meals. But with the skyrocketing cost of food these days, it can be more and more challenging to do. Stephanie Nelson, of Coupon Mom, shares her grocery shopping tips…

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Post Pregnancy Workout Tips from Samantha Clayton

Regain your pre-baby body confidence with these post-pregnancy workouts from Samantha Clayton, Senior Director of Fitness Education at Herbalife. These two basic workouts will help you to kick start working towards having a more toned, strong and healthier physique all…


How to Bring Your Child to Work With You

How to Bring Your Child to Work With You If you lost the daily battle to make it to the school bus on time, bringing your kids with you to work is sometimes inevitable. But it’s completely acceptable to tote…

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Why College Kids Aren’t Eating Enough

When you send your child off to college, you’re probably worried that he’ll sleep in and miss that 7:30 a.m. psych class. But what you might need to be more concerned about is if your child is eating or not….

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New Study Finds Sleep Training Safe for Babies

Even though allowing your little one to cry it out might cause you to have more tears than your baby, you’re actually not causing her any harm. That’s the finding from a new study in Pediatrics, which found that babies…

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Celebrity Interview: Ruth Soukup

Ruth Soukup is a true American success story. Once her husband put her and their family on a budget, the mom-of-two got serious about dollars and cents, and is now a 7-figure millionaire. Today, she’s teaching others how to reach…

Justin Peck

Celebrity Interview: Justin Peck

Justin Peck is taking the wheel towards success. The racing legend and entrepreneur recently penned a new book, Bulletproof, in which he writes about his struggles with mental health and how it’s made him the man who he is today….

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Kid Being a Bully? Lack of Sleep Might Be to Blame

School bullies and children who are disruptive in class are twice as likely to show signs of sleep problems compared with well-behaved children, new research shows. Currently, most efforts to curb bullying have focused on protecting victims as well as…