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Select the Right Small Business for You

by Cindy Venckus Current statistics suggest that small businesses play a major role in the U.S. economy. An article written in Forbes, by Jason Nazar states that small businesses have generated more than 65% of the new jobs created in the U.S. since 1996, and it appears the growth of small business will continue to progress in 2015. According to the United States Census Bureau, the number of businesses without …Read More

Routine to the Rescue!

The start of the school year always feels like a new beginning. It is a great time to establish new healthier habits and routines. What aspects of your family’s life could use improvement? Are mornings hectic and crazy? Have you lost control of the screen or phone time? Is meal time mayhem? Before School Routines Get the kids into the habit of setting their own alarm clock and making their …Read More

Writing Tips For Lefties

As your child begins to develop motor skills, he’ll be showing you his dominant hand; however, hand dominance is not expected to fully develop until the Kindergarten years, between ages five and six. This is also the age kids start writing. How can parents and teachers help left-handed children achieve a strong start to writing? There is not a big difference between teaching writing to right-handed and left-handed children, but …Read More

10 Tips to get your child interested in writing!

I love coming up with creative ways to get kids excited about writing. Some kids express themselves best when they can create a book to share with the world while others find it easier to write freely in a private journal for their eyes only. Whatever your child’s level of comfort, these ideas are sure to spark an interest in writing.   1. Letter Writing – Make a mailbox for you …Read More