Month: November 2015

Meet the November Mommy Master:

Congratulations to Renee Stawicki, this month’s Mommy Master, who does it all.  She started her own small business with her family and homeschools her two children, teaching them valuable lessons she is proud of.  Renee is definitely an inspiration to us all!  Read below and learn more: [su_divider top=”no”] Hello! My name is Renee Stawicki, and …

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Finally Making "Cents" out of Parenting:

[su_quote]Stop it![/su_quote] [su_quote]Where are your manners?[/su_quote] [su_quote]I am losing my patience![/su_quote] [su_quote]Stop it![/su_quote] [su_quote]Seriously?[/su_quote] [su_quote]Stop licking your brother![/su_quote] [su_quote]We don’t bite people at school.[/su_quote] [su_quote]You are giving me grey hair.[/su_quote] [su_quote]Please….just please listen…for once child.[/su_quote] [su_quote]AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!![/su_quote] [su_quote]Is it Monday yet?[/su_quote] [su_quote]Why would you lick that?[/su_quote] [su_quote]Stop it.[/su_quote] [su_quote]Stop it.[/su_quote] [su_quote]STOP IT!!!.[/su_quote] [su_quote]Did you say please?[/su_quote] …

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"My Social Sitter" Giveaway (Social Media Filter):

I am excited to partner with My Social Sitter, a patented, real-time social media filter created to facilitate responsible social media communication. My Social Sitter gives parents peace of mind by creating a safe social media environment for children.  It works by filtering outgoing Twitter posts in real-time.  More social media sites and texting will be coming …

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“Outside the Box” Advice for Parents of Kids with ADHD

There are many challenges associated with ADHD, and often parents and children alike become frustrated and overwhelmed by addressing those challenges. Children with ADHD impact their siblings and parents unintentionally, but parents have the power to help their children focus their energy in positive ways and control and reduce their symptoms. Here are a few …

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Get a Haircut and Give Back to a Veteran:

I love supporting and working with companies that are always giving back, and that is why I have partnered with Hair Cuttery once again, for their Share-A-Haircut Campaign.  A while back, I shared information on their Back to School Share-A-Haircut campaign and am excited to announce their next campaign, which focuses on giving back to our veterans. …

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