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If you know someone who is capable of managing 48 hours’ worth of work in a 24-hour day, it’s probably none other than your mother! Moms (and many dads, of course) take care of their families and children and the huge amounts of work and responsibly that come with it. Thanks to familial responsibilities combined […]Continue reading
How To Avoid Procrastination By Cristina Ramirez, Grad Student Procrastination can lead to stress. The long term effects of procrastination have been proven to cause negative consequences. I think we’re all familiar with that term, am I right? Whether it’s your job, school or other events in your life, it’s hard to maintain a normal […]Continue reading
20 Easter Tips (Tweeted by Shara Lawrence-Weiss on April 2nd, 2010) Tip 1: Stained Glass Eggs & Styrofoam Bunnies (recycle/reuse!) Submitted by @aztooterann Tip 2: Alternatives to candy-filled eggs *From @TheMotherList Tip 3: My parents used to get a roll of quarters. They’d put $2.50 in eggs for my brother and me. We kept some […]Continue reading
Tips: Refresher Course of previous Tips I realized this week that I have been tweeting tips since June of 2009! Have you forgotten some of the prior tips? Would you like a little refresher course? Here you go! 1. Ten tips for business and life (from June, 2009) 2. Twitter Tips: 15 tips for how […]Continue reading
20 Craft Tips (March is National Craft Month) Tweeted by Shara Lawrence-Weiss on March 5th, 2010 Tip 1: Our children want our time and attention. Engaging them in crafts is a terrific way of meeting those needs. They won’t forget it! Tip 2: Simple but true: crafts help to build self esteem. Say: “What a […]Continue reading
20 Tips: Black History Month (Tweeted by Shara Lawrence-Weiss on Friday, February 19th, 2010) Tip 1: Although it’s “officially” Black History Month, we can always be learning about & celebrating each culture /ethnicity all year long. Tip 2: Black History Month books for children Tip 3: I love the idea of recognizing the differences in […]Continue reading