Ideas for an Eco-Friendly Easter

The following is from Michelle of Open Eye Health: Cruising through the aisles at my local grocery store recently, I couldn’t help but notice the huge assortment of Easter decorations, baskets, plastic grass, egg coloring kits, and overly packaged candy. While I was not surprised to see this many options, I started wondering if there…

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Six Benefits of Music Lessons for Children

The following post is from Angie of Many Little Blessings: Six Benefits of Music Lessons for Children As a lifelong lover of music, it was an easy decision to set aside money every month for each of our children to take music lessons. While I wouldn't want to add up what that has meant that…

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5 Free Travel Helper Apps for iOS & Android

The following post is from Michelle of Mommy Misadventures I am a big advocate for going tech-lite while you are on vacation, especially if your gadgets tend to be more of a distraction than a help. But with the right apps, your mobile device can be an indispensable tool during your family vacation. Here are…

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5 Outdoor Projects for Going Green this Spring

So this crazy warm weather we're having this spring (80 degrees in March?!) has really put me in the mood to get outside and get started on outdoor projects which are usually left until late April, and sometimes don't get started until May! Since we moved into our house almost three years ago, we've been adding…

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Homeschooling Is Not Optional

The following is a guest post from Amanda of Not Just Cute: Homeschooling Is Not Optional All parents should homeschool their children. What I just wrote may surprise some people, particularly given that I have taught in the public school system and have my son registered to begin kindergarten this fall at our local public…

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Read more about the article How to Deep Clean Your Kitchen the Green Way
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How to Deep Clean Your Kitchen the Green Way

The following post is from Emily of Live Renewed: How to Deep Clean Your Kitchen the Green Way It's spring time, and spring makes me think about spring cleaning. Some people like to spring clean by doing a general clean-up all around the house, or decluttering certain areas of the house. But when I think…

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5 Tips To Decorate With Fresh Flowers

The following post is from Myra of My Blessed Life: 5 Tips To Decorate With Fresh Flowers Spring is in full swing in most parts of the country and flowers are blooming left and right. Tulips and daffodils have made their appearances in the South. Now the Iris blossoms are following suit. One of the…

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15 Fun Ways to Reinforce Science Concepts for Kids

The following post is from Jennifer, a lifelong educator: 15 Fun Ways to Reinforce Science Concepts for Kids See all of the Homework Helps posts here. Hands-on experiments and activities are usually a hit with any student, but taking a science test can be quite the opposite.  Answering questions about complex information can intimidate even…

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