What’s a Parent to Do: how to keep your kids drug free
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After a decade of declining use of alcohol and other substances by adolescents, it appears we are once again facing increasing use by our youth. New “drugs” pop up constantly that appeal to youth who are normally in the experimental … Read More

It’s Summertime
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It’s summertime once again in the Tampa Bay region. A time for outdoor activities and fun in the sun. Many of these activities will take place around water – trips to the beach, a water park or picnics at one … Read More

Random Acts of Christmas Kindness
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  For an adventurous season of giving ideal for all children, preschoolers through teenagers, create a giving game with your family, school or church group, scout troop or club to share a sentiment of love, caring, appreciation or celebration. Choose … Read More

Helping Locally at the Holidays
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Seasonal Holiday Giving Between the holidays and the search for year-end tax deductions, November and December are big months for donations. However, in our rush to get through the “to-do” list, we may go through the motions of giving without … Read More

Out of Darkness Into Light
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Nicole Marchman: Bringing Light out of the Darkness By Pamela Settle Since the beginning of time, man has fought the battle between good and evil. It’s a constant throughout history, a subject of religion and ethics and the basis for … Read More

Fall 2015 Issue
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                    Fall 2015 Past Issue Link Tips for a successful school year ahead! The Food Babe Talks to GoodLiving Magazine Get Your Home Organized Family Travel to Chicago  

A Father’s Legacy
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  The legacy a father leaves behind is his family along with his record of love, generosity and integrity. This is a holiday flashback tribute to the first dad we honored in our magazine, Bob Bugg, a local lawyer, mediator … Read More

The Magic of our Elf
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    This year marks the 7th year that Snowflake has been with us for the holidays. While you may be familiar with the “other” elves, you may not be familiar with the Elf Magic Elves. Elf Magic elves are … Read More

Five Words to Teach Your Child on Veteran’s Day
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    One of the most rewarding parts of being a parent/mentor/teacher is the opportunity I have to teach my child about life from a young age. Children’s brains are like sponges and they pick up their values mostly home … Read More

Taking Control of Your Child’s Education
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      I was a model student and so it wasn’t until I had my own child in the system that I started to question the rationale behind it all. I’m blessed with a wonderfully creative child who hasn’t … Read More

Celebrating Dads who Don’t Hit
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                  Every year this time we are made aware of the devastating reality behind domestic abuse as October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. As a publisher, I read many many stories, and … Read More

Finding Family Balance
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by Judy Weyand for GoodLiving® Magazine                   Family balance is a tall order. Dual incomes, jobs that require travel, longer hours at work, sprawling suburban communities that require a vehicle to get … Read More

Mom Works to Save Lives
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My Story, by Sharon Blair               I don’t stand alone. I stand with other mothers who have been devastated by losing our children to drug overdoses/ drug related issues. We are now courageously taking … Read More

Natural Treats, Not Artificial Tricks
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Natural Treats not Artificial Tricks Feingold Association warns parents that children with behavioral issues and ADD/ADHD need to avoid artificial dyes and additives while attending Halloween celebrations                     If you think … Read More

Wisdom from Local Principals
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Wisdom from our Local Principals What is the best thing parents can do to make this a good school year?   The best thing parents can do to make this school year a good year for their children is to … Read More

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