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National Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Month

Did you know that June is National Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Month? According to the National Gardening Association, one in three Americans households now grow their own food. In the past five years, the number of Americans with some type of garden increased by 17%. The largest increase came from those in the 18-to-34 year […]

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Summer Activities for Kids

Are you trying to come up with some fun summer activities for your kids? If you are looking for some creative, inexpensive ideas that will keep your kids entertained, try some of the following ideas: 1.) Tie-Dye Shirts Help your kids unleash their artistic side by creating tie-dye shirts! Give each of your kids a […]

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Summer Magazines

“Summer afternoon—summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.” Henry James Do you agree with the words of 19th century writer Henry James? Whether you enjoy sitting by the pool or traveling to new locations, summer is the perfect time to relax and rejuvenate. It’s also […]

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Encourage Kids to Read All Summer Long

According to the National Education Association, children can lose up to three months of reading progress over the summer months. Reading is Fundamental, America’s largest literary non-profit, noted, “Children who read during the summer gain reading skills, while those who do not often slide backward.” Are you looking for some tried-and-true ways to encourage your […]

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Magazines Your Teen Will Love

Looking for a magazine for your teenager? Magazines.com sells several magazines that teens of all ages are sure to enjoy. Here are a few popular options: 1.)   Seventeen Seventeen is the most popular teen magazine in the world. Centered around beauty, fashion, and style advice for teenage girls, the magazine also contains fitness techniques, relationship […]


 
 

 
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How To Display Your Child’s Artwork With a Cafe Curtain Rod

Blogger Dana McCranie offers simple, step-by-step instructions for creating a tasteful home art gallery to display your little one’s school projects. Kindergarten has brought a lot of changes to our home, the most profoun...
by Dana McCranie
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Parents’ Day Lesson: Listening to Your Kids Can Be a Blessing and an Adventure

A Knoxville area couple took the message “a little child shall lead them” to heart, as their young daughter prepared them to adopt her Chinese sister–something they hadn’t planned. In August of 2007, our...
by Mary Alice Lovelace
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Book Review: You Don’t Need a Title to Be a Leader by Mark Sanborn

Each quarter, Magazines.com has an employee book club where we discuss an assigned reading as a big group. This quarter we beat the heat while diving head first into what we thought makes a leader with help from author Mark San...
by Jenny Patterson
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