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It’s “Breakfast for Dinner” Wednesdays

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By: Maria Smith Having breakfast for dinner can mean that Young Urban Moms have an easy, fast, affordable meal that their kids will eat Have you heard about “Meatless Mondays”? What about “Fishfry Fridays”? Now Log Cabin syrup wants you to add “Breakfast for dinner” Wednesdays to your weekly plan. Log Cabin just released new findings from their Breakfast Table Traditions survey which provided
Revisiting Your New Year’s Money Resolutions

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By: Staff Report + Daily Worth Tips for Young Urban Moms to stay on track with their money resolutions and goals for this year It's been a little over a month and we hope that most of you have been on track with your money resolutions and goals for this year. If you're not, then we're here to remind you with some quick tips from the "Money Experts"
Guide for New Stepmothers: 5 Must-Have Traits

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By: Mrs. Treasures Learn the 5 must-have skills that stepmothers should adapt and apply to bond better with their new family After the honeymoon period is over, a stepmother knows her future with her stepchildren cannot be left to chance. The adjustment period is not easy for everyone. It's very much like a career. It's hard work. It takes time to build it before you feel successful, has
Pregnant Before Twenty

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By: Shaye Alba Factors that can affect the outcome of a Teenager's Pregnancy You'll find yourself able to hide the pregnancy for a long time, specifically from yourself. But when the second or third month rolls around without the expected "visitor" making its appearance, you'll feel the denial begin to wither. You then finally gather the courage to buy a home pregnancy test, only to find that big
It’s About Her Dreams Now

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By: Carolina Pichardo Young Urban Moms, encourage your kids to talk about what they want to be when they grow up, you might be surprised! Like any parent, I always think about what my daughter's going to be when she grows up. That's why I listen attentively when she describes her dreams of becoming a doctor, teacher, chef and even the superhero that she created—Everything Girl. It wasn't
New Year’s Resolutions, Family Style

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By:  Staff Report Young Urban Moms, try to plan ahead your goals, and resolutions as a family, and include the kids in the process It's new year and you're probably going down the list of what you need to accomplish within the next twelve months: exercise more, savings, travel abroad, etc. Well, we're going to ask you to add another "goal" on that list. Your Family Although resolutions are usually about doing things
Guest Blogger: Manhattan’s Peak “Dear Parents…”

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By: Zaida Grunes (Manhattan's Peak) Our guest blogger, Zaida Grunes, inherently believes that we are all great, well-intentioned parents doing our best every minute of everyday As parents, we don't always have to agree on how we raise our kids. What works for some, probably won't work for others. It's like that saying—not all kids are cast in the same mold, because then that would be weird.
On Your Way to Power, Make No Excuses

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By: Staff Report Young Urban Moms, if there's one thing we know about excuses, it's that they never completely remove the problem that's really there, but we have to learn to own up to what we have to do When it comes to excuses, we know how to pile them on. We’re moms, it’s what we do. But if there's one thing that we also know about excuses,
Everyday Gratitude: Your Humble Home

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By: Staff Report Young Urban Moms, take a moment to appreciate your home for fostering your family's love Despite where you're going and are, you need to always appreciate and continue to build on your home. We're not talking about actually going out and using a hammer, wood and nails (although POWER to those of you that do), but more like decorating, painting and beautifying your space. Whether it's
Everyday Gratitude: Where You Are

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By: Staff Report Young Urban Moms, appreciate the efforts that you have made to get to where you are! It's one of those things that we as mothers rarely think about. We simply do what we do, because it's what we have to do and that's that. It's easy to feel hopeless and overwhelmed, and like you've done the bare minimum to get through the day. Beside the pile