Author Archive | Pam Myers, BSEd

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3 Ways to Handle a Bad Report Card

Every parent wants to know that their child is smart. Whether your child is a bubbly first grader or a moody teenager, you want what’s best for your child. When your youngster brings home a report card, it’s natural to hope that your little one’s grades are good. Unfortunately, for many families, this isn’t the […]

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Holiday Travel Tips

  You can’t seem to avoid holiday traveling if you have a large extended family. There are always get-togethers at Grandma’s or holiday dinners at Uncle Ed’s. Getting to these holiday functions requires smart traveling planning and knowing some good traveling tips can come in handy. Car: Did you know that car travel is the […]

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4 Holiday Season Tips for Spending Time with Teens and Tweens Blog

4 Holiday Season Tips for Spending Time with Older Kids

  As parents, it’s often hard enough to figure out how to spend quality time with your tween or teen in general, much less during the holiday season. The holidays present a distinct challenge for families, and with blended families becoming more common, the challenges are different than ever before. Also, kids this age may […]

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6 Easy Christmas Cards for Kids to Craft Blog

6 Easy Christmas Cards for Kids to Craft

  Card-making is a wonderful activity for children during the Christmas season. It keeps them occupied indoors during bad weather, allows them to explore their creativity and helps them engage with the festive spirit of giving. Aunts, uncles, grandparents and family friends will be pleased to receive handcrafted cards made especially for them. Pre-folded blank […]

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How to Celebrate a Happy and Frugal Thanksgiving

How to Celebrate a Happy and Frugal Thanksgiving

Each year the cost of having Thanksgiving dinner rises. Experts will tell you the increase in prices is due to simple supply and demand. Perhaps there has been a drought which means some fruits and vegetables aren’t available this year in the same amount they’ve been available in the past. Many of these cost increases […]

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