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12 Children’s Books About Race and Diversity

Books are a great way to initiate conversations about racism with your kids and teens The police killing of George Floyd and the resulting protests have inspired a much-needed national dialogue about race and diversity. But if you’re not sure how to initiate conversations about anti-black racism, police violence and …

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Easy Homemade Face Mask Recipes for Glowing Skin

It’s been an emotional few months, and if the stress of the pandemic is starting to show on your face, you’re not alone. Although a visit to the spa isn’t on the agenda this Mother’s Day, you can turn your bathroom into a relaxing retreat and treat yourself to a …

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Natural Home Remedies for a Radiant Complexion

A strong indicator of healthy skin is a natural glow. But factors like stressful lifestyles, hectic work schedules, inadequate sleep and lack of nutritional diet can play a significant role in our skin’s overall health. This is where homemade beauty recipes and simple preventive tips come in handy. Instead of …

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DIY: Clay Handprint in Frame

Everything may feel different and uncertain right now, but one thing hasn’t changed: Parents still want to preserve memories of their little ones. A clay handprint in a frame is an easy keepsake to make for a belated Mother’s Day gift, an early Father’s Day present or to mark any …

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The 11 Best Podcasts to Binge Right Now

Photo: Juna Han/Unsplash We’re bored.  We’ve caught up on our favorite tv shows, spent more time on social media and discovered some new books to read. How else can we occupy our time while in quarantine?  Podcasts. Because sometimes we need a friend in our ear.  And, what’s better than enjoying a podcast for any occasion?  …

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The Advantages of Distance Learning

For some children with disabilities, there’s an upside to virtual school In my house, the sudden advent of distance learning has, of course, been the same shocking pivot as for everyone else I know. I talk to other moms who are fighting to get their kids to start their lessons …

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My Quaran’TEEN’ Diary

March 13 is a day that will forever go down in infamy. OK, maybe I am being a bit dramatic. But the girl who left school on that strange Friday thought she was embarking on what teenagers had dubbed “coronacation.” The previous day state officials announced their decision to close …

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Coping with Coronavirus as a Type A Mom

When you’re always in control, the uncertainty of our “new normal” can feel unsettling. One local mother shares her experience. “I am totally flexible … as long as everything is exactly the way I want it.” Does that sound like you? It sums me up perfectly. I epitomize the Type …

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So Over This? Find Some Joy

Photo: Getty Images / E+ – Artist: franckreporter The colors of spring are making Julie Turner, a nurse and mother of two, happy right now. “Out my front window, I see blooms in pink, fuchsia, lavender, purple, cream, white and green in a beautiful array of shapes and sizes,” says …

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