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The Best 5 Dresses for #Summer

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By: Staff Report Beat the heat with these five must-have summer threads. Whether you’re running errands with the kids, heading for work or meeting friends for brunch, a versatile summer dress is where it’s at – especially these five, must have pieces. Gap’s French Terry Tie Dress. You can dress these up with a nice pair of sandals or low-heels, accessories and the works, or down with some low-top sneakers. The color pops so that it’s still friendly
Get Organized and Give Back

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Check out our interview with organizing expert and author, Lorie Marrero. Professional organizer and author Lorie Marrero told us about the new donation tool from Goodwill, Give Back Box, that makes donation super easy and simple. “You add whatever is going to be in a box,” Marrero said. “Your typical items for donation are perfect for this program.” Marrero went on to describe it as "online shopping in reverse," because you use your old boxes, print out a
Father’s Day As A Single Mom

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By: Gloria Malone Every year, around this time, the debate over whether or not to say Happy Father's Day to single mothers comes up. This year an ad by Angel Soft renewed this debate for many people. As a single mom, who has been parenting her child on her own exclusively for five years now, I have gotten my share of well-meaning Happy Father's Day wishes from people. The first time it happened, I was confused: "I'm not
We’re “All In” With These Onesies Design Ideas

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By: Staff Report The Cleveland Clinic isn't the only one with the onesies magic. Try these ideas to create your own onesies fun with your little one. When Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers returned home for their first #NBAFinals game on Tuesday, it seemed like entire city cheered along for the big win—including newborns as the Cleveland Clinic. The hospital dressed all the babies in Cleveland "All In" onesies to help
How to Invest in a Socially Conscious Kid

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By: Staff Report We sat with Liam Monaghan, the brains behind the cause platform, Swell Investing, and Khanh T. Tran of  Pacific Life, to discuss the best way young moms can invest in their child's future - and the rest of world as well. Pacific Life prides itself in cultivating a culture of innovation, giving back, and making it all easy, so when the idea of Swell Investing popped up, the team jumped at the opportunity. Liam Monaghan,
How To Flip A Bad Day

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By: Carolina Pichardo We've all had them. Those days when nothing seems to go right, and you just want to put a stop to everything fast. Or go home and take a nap. Unfortunately, that's not normally an option, so the best we can do is breathe, take a step back and maybe one or two (or three) of the following before getting home to our family. Listen to Music. Whether you're driving home, or like
7 Tips to Make A Place Your Home

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By: Carolina Pichardo When I got our first apartment, it took forever for me to settle down completely. To be honest, as a young mom, I really didn't know what to do. It wasn't until I did the following that settling down to really build something of my own – with my kid – felt right. 1. Paint with colors you love. Apartments in NYC are plain white. My parents wouldn't deviate from that plain white either,
Home, The Movie – Printables

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By: Staff Report I'm a big Steve Martin fan. So when you have a movie that includes him, Jim Parson (The Big Big Theory fans unite), Latina powerhouse Jennifer Lopez, and Rihanna, it's already a must-see for me. Home is about a loveable misfit – you guessed it, Jim's character – from another planet, lands on Earth and finds himself on the run from his own people. He then forms an unlikely friendship with an adventurous
When It Comes to Diabetes, Just—Ask. Screen. Know

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By: Carolina Pichardo In honor of National Diabetes Awareness Month, we chatted with Hip-Hop legend, Rev Run and his wife, Justine to learn more about Ask. Screen. Know. Before diabetes, my mother-in-law was life. She was energy, vibrancy, and this beautiful, beautiful force. Shortly after diabetes, however, her health declined and she passed away a few years after the diagnosis. Apparently, she’d been living with the disease for years, unaware of it and self-medicating with natural
Forget What Your Friends Say —Googling Your Child’s Pediatrician

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By: Carolina Pichardo Parents are going with online ratings to select their child's pediatrician. According to researchers in U-M Medical School, those numbers are only increasing. Here's what else they found. It seems that long, gone are the days when parents chose a pediatrician based on their friends' or family recommendations. These days, it seems that online ratings reigns supreme. According to a recent U-M research, published in Pediatrics, almost three-quarters (74%) of parents are