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What are you wearing to the game? We know that you want to have options during the season. Wearing the same t-shirt or jersey each week can get a bit old. But it can hard finding age-appropriate clothes that are also stylish and cute. Look no further! Meesh & Mia have styles for you. Get 20% OFF your order through April 30, 2013.
What would it take for your child to be eligible for a scholarship to a Division 1 college or university? Have you checked the course eligibility lately? There are critical numbers and necessary scores that can impact where your child can play. Parents may know their children’s stat line, but what about the expected score in that algebra class? Mom – you’ve got to know the numbers.
Wondering if you can grow your business idea into a profitable enterprise? Yes! You can. Game Ready Mom radio is excited to present an inspirational interview with Donna Maria Coles-Johnson, Founder and CEO of Indie Beauty Network (IBN). Black Enterprise described IBN as a “haven for small business owners.” Thursday’s Game Ready Mom Radio show airs at 9 p.m. ET.
Refreshingly giving and honest about the everyday workings of a growing business, Donna Maria reveals the lessons she’s learned after a decade of experience. The mom with two active, young children talks about balance and so much more.
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DJ the Football Mom has been a sports mom for years. Along the way, she has created a network of parents with whom she navigates the multiple challenges that accompany sports careers. How important is it to build relationships with other parents or colleagues? What are the benefits? Let’s see how DJ was reminded of the importance and value of helping hands.
The first day of college is months away, but you must begin preparing now. The financial aid forms required by your college or university are soon due. College Financial Aid Advisor LaJuan Steels says that parents MUST be aware of key priority filing deadlines even if you’ve been offered scholarship.
Your alma mater just got a BCS Bowl Bid. You’re going! But do you take the kids? Winter vacation typically revolves around holiday celebrations with family or finding out where to party on New Year’s Eve. Those activities alone are fun, but adding a bowl game trip could be a great way to wrap up a festive season.
Dr. Janet Taylor (@drjanet) provided her expert opinion on discussing the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting with your young child. There’s no script for this and each child will have his or her own unique response to the tragedy. The most important issue is keeping the dialogue open and being available to your child should he/she need to talk. This is a conversation that no parent wants to have, but it’s also one that we can’t avoid. Don’t be afraid to ask for help for yourself and be sure to use available resources.
For many, the Christmas season is the happiest times of the year. But for others with distance or reconfigured families, the holiday time adds greater stress. Much conversation is about how to split the time with both sides of the family. Newlyweds are working to create their own special systems. Blended or divorced families have already begun the holiday negotiations to see who will get to have the children on Christmas morning. It is a source of much stress and can really affect how you view the holidays if you don’t have a plan. But there are solutions – workable solutions – to make certain that you and your family have a wonderful day.
After years of begging and pleading, I reluctantly agreed to let my 10-year old son play tackle football last year, thinking that once he got hit “one good time,” he would quit. The first season, much to my distress and disappointment, was a huge success.