Healthy Game Day Snacks That Your Kids Will Actually Eat

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Before you know it, the Big Game will be here. Two teams will battle it out for the winning title while everyone in the country watches. But whether you’re a die-hard football fan or not, there’s one universal thing that’s on everyone’s mind: the snacks. Finding food that pleases your partner, your kids, and is healthy can be exhausting … Continue reading Healthy Game Day Snacks That Your Kids Will Actually Eat

Fit After Baby: What You Need To Know About Postnatal Exercise

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The first months of motherhood are a blur—between sleep deprivation, feedings, diaper changes and the never-ending piles of laundry, learning the ropes of your new life can be overwhelming to say the least. But even with all of the new responsibilities, many moms are eager to get active in order to regain their strength and … Continue reading Fit After Baby: What You Need To Know About Postnatal Exercise

How Busy Parents Can Reach Their Health & Fitness Goals

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Have you resolved to improve your health and reach your fitness goals this year? As a working parent, making a commitment to a new routine and lifestyle can be a challenge when you’re already juggling multiple personal and professional priorities. But while it takes some shifting—for you and your family—it is possible. Here’s how to … Continue reading How Busy Parents Can Reach Their Health & Fitness Goals

Why You Should Teach Your Kids About Other Cultures and Religions

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At a time when differences in religion and culture seem to divide communities, it’s more important than ever for parents and caregivers to instill the values of respect and tolerance in their children. Whether your family is staunchly secular or practicing a faith, your kids are growing up in a diverse world with people who … Continue reading Why You Should Teach Your Kids About Other Cultures and Religions

How Busy Parents Can Participate in Their Child’s School

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Parent participation in a child’s education matters—a lot. According to the National Education Association, having parents and other caregivers who are active in school can boost a child’s academic performance, encourage better behavior and foster a positive attitude about learning. But kids aren’t the only ones who benefit: Getting involved can increase your confidence in the … Continue reading How Busy Parents Can Participate in Their Child’s School