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13 Life Lessons All Parents Should Teach Their Kids

by the editors of Prevention Forget the Mom guilt—these basic health, nutrition, fitness, and happiness 101s are easy to impart to your family. In fact, you’ve probably ingrained most of them already! But it never hurts to reflect on how well your kids are hearing—and adhering to—these life lessons, and see if it might be […]

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What’s in a Vacation Memory?

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer I’m a producer, which means I bring ideas to life. I breakdown stories into visual shots, coordinate people, plan logistics, budgets, schedules and le voilà… movie magic! So it comes as no surprise that as a mom I tend to plan holidays, activities, […]

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Vacation Packing Tips: The Kid’s Suitcase

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer A new year means new family travels. Yay! It also means lots of packing and unpacking. (Ugh!) When I was a single traveling lady, I would throw random items into my carry-on and be on my way. If I forgot something, who cared? […]

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20 Not-Stupid Questions to Ask Your Kids over the Holidays

There is nothing like a holiday to bring people together. And once you’re together, you have to converse. There is a whole list of typical questions we ask our kids at some times: What’s your favorite subject in school? How are things going? But there is a subtle art to going deeper—to finding those brilliant […]

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Play Nice

by the Rodale’s team If you have a little munchkin running around, chances are your house is filled with toys. And if you’re an organic-loving mom or dad, you’re probably very careful about what your kiddos eat, and even what they wear. But have you ever taken a moment to consider where your child’s toys […]

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Mom’s Back-to-School Supplies List

by the Rodale’s team It’s that time of year again! The season when back-to-school sales and advertisements  pop up everywhere and your shopping cart is full of pencils, backpacks, and notebooks. You might find yourself thinking for an inordinate amount of time about binders—or asking yourself why in the world Ms. Smith requires 50 red […]

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Why We Need to Make School Lunches Healthier

by guest blogger Deirdre Imus, author and environmental health advocate For some reason that I’ll probably never understand, first lady Michelle Obama has repeatedly been criticized by the press and blocked by lawmakers in her efforts to make school lunches healthier in this country. By no means do I think government should be dictating diet […]

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The Magical World of Gardening

Do you want your kids to eat vegetables? Plant a garden with them. Do you want to heal the heart of a struggling teenager? Plant a garden with her. Do you want to bring a community together and restore their dignity and faith? Plant a garden with them. How do I know this? Recently, I […]

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