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Parent Truisms Summer Vacation Edition: "There will be one kid who spends so much time at your house this summer, you’ll wonder if you should start a college fund for him."

Parent Truism End-of-School Edition: "You will roll your eyes at the idea of a preschool graduation until it’s your kid graduating."

Parent Truisms Summer Vacation Edition: "Limiting your kids to one hour of summer TV is as hard as limiting yourself to one margarita."

Parent Truism End-of-School Edition: "Try to resist the urge to yell, “Suck it, homework!” on the last day of school."

Sing it for the boys! Sing it for the girls! Every time that you lose it sing it for the world. Sing it from the heart! Sing it till you're nuts! Sing it out for the ones that'll hate your guts.. Sing it for the deaf! Sing it for the blind! Sing about everyone that you left behind.. Sing it for the world! Sing it for the world!

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Grilled Dill Butter Alaskan Salmon

Find a quiet spot every day and breathe - it is easy to forget that!

Tips for life

Tips for life

Tips for life

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Be happy with a calm life, quote art, 8x10 print of original illustration seafoam

Be happy with a calm life.

Infarrantly Creativefrom Infarrantly Creative

Teaching Kids About Money with Spend Save Give Jars

PARENTING | Teaching kids about money with DIY "Spend," "Save," and "Give" jars

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Sometimes "real" is our desire for a particular and preferred frame of reference to materialize. Our expectations may cause us to spend years believing the frame will be realized only because we once had it and want it again. Real is when we cease to wait for something to frame up. Waiting =/= Living. ~Zest of Life

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Why I choose to live, now.

How I choose to live right now by living a simpler, fuller life.

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POYEL: Kids Clothing Organization

Question for you guys – do your kids put away their own laundry? I recently mentioned in my post on our Kids’ Responsibility & Money Management Kit that my 4 and 5 year old get themselves dressed, brush their own teeth and make their own breakfast each morning and have been doing so for over …: