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What do you think about when you hear the word “Courtesy“? I, myself, think about chivalry, kindness and a gentle nature – putting others first and leaving a selfish attitude behind. It’s not always easy to do this and the payoff is certainly not always evident. However, a courteous nature can go a long way […]Continue reading
My buddy Karen has a blog titled, “It’s all good if you can laugh.” We have that philosophy in common – that laughter is the much needed remedy for a broken world and a crappy day. When Karen requested (via a twitter DM) that I join her on a blog challenge mission, I agreed. She […]Continue reading
After the loss of their son, the Freemans are now on a mission…to stop bullying. Read below to learn about their dreams to travel by trailer, around the country, sharing their message of love. Tell us about your mission: Our mission: To travel across the USA in an RV with family of five and 3 […]Continue reading
Guest post provided by VolunteerSpot: We’ve recently launched a new VolunteerSpot back to school center and we’re looking for help getting the word out that our schools and teachers need parents’ help this year more than ever. Given budget cuts, parents will be asked to step-up and help in the classroom, on the campus, and […]Continue reading
20 Back to School Organizing Tips (Tweeted by Shara Lawrence-Weiss on August 13th, 2010) The tips below were provided by the following two businesses: Mommy Perks Organizing without Limits Tip #1: Remember that every child is different and will adjust in different ways/time frames. Don’t think you need to be “perfectly organized.” Tip #2: Establish […]Continue reading
Read the full post on Nourish Interactive to find out how you can receive free ad space in trade for posting about this contest… Guest post: Maggie LaBarbera is a nurse and a mother who started, NourishInteractive.com, a free bilingual nutrition website for kids. She launched this website in 2008 because of her concern about […]Continue reading