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So You Have a New Teen Driver …

So You Have a New Teen Driver …

By Guest Blogger Julie Giljames When I watched him pull out of our driveway for the first time, my eyes welling with tears, I felt  completely vulnerable and out of control. The pit in my stomach may feel familiar for parents of first-time drivers. Though parents may...

Why You Should Take Away Phones & Tablets at Night

Why You Should Take Away Phones & Tablets at Night

By Guest Blogger Sarah MacReynolds, LCSW A new school year brings with it the opportunity to adopt new routines. It is a great time to evaluate what is working and what could use an intentional tune-up.  As parents evaluate their “back to school” routines, I hear the...

A Letter to the Class of 2019 On Your Last, First Day of School

A Letter to the Class of 2019 On Your Last, First Day of School

By Guest Blogger Kristen Daukas with Just Kristen I originally wrote this post back in 2017 when my oldest daughter started her first day of her Senior year. She survived the year (barely) and learned some valuable lessons that hopefully stick with her forever. Two...

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Triad-Area Tutoring Resources

Updated by Katie Moosbrugger Whether you have a child in elementary, middle or high school, we know that often times they need a little extra help when it comes to academics.  We have once again updated our list of local tutoring resources to help your child if and...

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Volunteering & Giving in the Triad

Updated by Katie Moosbrugger We often get emails and messages from our readers asking for ways to get involved in the community. There are so many ways to give your time to others, and now is a great time of year to do so! Over the past couple of years, we've compiled...

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