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Why I Took My Kids' Toys Away | What to Do with Too Many Toys

LOVE YOUR LIFE!<p><b>Ready to face your fears, overcome adversity, and create a life you LOVE? Listen to the Do It Scared® Podcast with Ruth Soukup on</b> …

The Trick to Raising Kids Who Love Themselves

We all want to raise healthy, happy, gregarious, confident children. Remember, your child's sense of self-love is taught, it is not a "given." As parents, we are responsible for teaching our children to love themselves. The number one way we do this is by loving ourselves. If, as parents, we are …

3 Ways to Protect Your Teen from Her Selfie

OK, first off, let's bridge the learning gap here. Not to insult anyone's intelligence, but if you're like me, you're probably struggling to keep up with your teen's vocabulary, which is likely growing at an exponential rate and not exactly in a way that might help her ace her SATs. Thus, you may …

Nature's Blueprint for Raising Confident and Independent Kids

I was pained to read a recent cover of NEW YORK magazine: THE PROBLEM WITH TEENAGERS IS THEIR PARENTS. It says to me we are not learning nature's parenting wisdom.<p>There is a natural flow for raising children: Nature establishes how children grow and we parents are given the job of managing the …

The Smart Marketer Guide To Facebook’s 15 Ad Types

The Smart Marketer Guide To Facebook's 15 Ad Types<p>by Dennis Yu on Jan 21, 2014<p>See top industry experts speak at <b>Social Fresh 2018</b> / Dec. 5-7<br>Where …

5 Morning Rituals to Keep You Productive All Day Long

Guest Writer<p>Co-founder of thredUp.com<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Most of us work long hours: 40, 50 or even 60 hours each week. But chances are, given distractions like online entertainment, office snacking habits and ill-designed time management, we're only …

Time Management