This fall, there will be many people who will celebrate the year of “firsts”. First child off to pre-school or kindergarten, first child on a sports team or band, first or last child off to college, first marriage, first grandchild and the list could go on. You can fill in the blank with whatever new […]
Have you noticed that more companies are issuing rebates in the form of gift cards instead of checks? Some states have complained that company ads gave the impression that rebates would come as checks instead of gift cards. Disclosure is now required in a few states. And for good reason. Rebate cards often have fees […]
Earlier this week we told you about a recent report from the Annie E Casey Foundation highlighting the importance of reading, especially in the early years of life. Though reading success if often seen as the “job” of the education system, parents should remember that they are their child’s first and most important educator. What can […]
A recent report from the Annie E Casey Foundation highlights the importance of reading, especially in the early years of life. Though we have known for a while how important early reading is, their findings show highlight the importance for a child to be reading proficiently by the end of the third grade. Children who […]
Americans Concerned About Their Weight:. Check out this article.
Recently, I was quoted in a Mother Jones article comparing Greek yogurt with the traditional yogurt found on our supermarket shelves for decades. The article discusses which kind of yogurt is more nutritious and which is better for the environment. Take a read, venture a taste test, and decide for yourself. Cheers, Julie