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Alimony: Getting the Best Deal

Alimony: Getting the Best Deal

You Can Do It!

When negotiating, start by asking for more than you either need or expect to get. Then, during negotiations, be willing to give up what you don't mind losing.

You Can Do It!

If possible, arrange spousal support through mediation or settlement, not litigation. This will provide both parties with the most flexibility in getting what they deem most important from the arrangement.

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by: Katy Abel

Picky Eaters: Born or Made?

Picky Eaters: Born or Made?

To Eat or Not to Eat? That Is the Question
Once upon a time there lived a storybook badger named Frances, who would only eat bread and jam. Bread and jam for breakfast, bread and jam for lunch, bread and jam for supper. Her mother triedto interest her in eggs, sunny-side up, or a delicious plate of spaghetti and meatballs, all to no avail.Finally, Frances' mom gave up and gave in, serving only bread and jam to her fussy child until one day even Frances was forced to admit that there can indeed be too much of a good thing.

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Updated: July 7, 2021

Top 12 New Outdoor Toys for Summer

Top 12 New Outdoor Toys for Summer

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When Birthparents Choose Adoption

When Birthparents Choose Adoption

Real Life Snapshots

Diane, a woman in her late twenties, learned she was pregnant even though she had used birth control. Because she decided against abortion, her co-workers assumed she'd become a single mom. But Diane assured them that adoption was her plan.

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Party Basics

Party Basics

Creating a theme for your party is the simplest way to lend instant atmosphere. Whether your intended effect is kitschy, glitzy, sassy, or classy, selecting a theme will give you the opportunity to build a party, instead of just throwing one.

Nontraditional Holiday Traditions

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by: Trish Kuffner, author of The Toddler's Busy Book

Best Toys for Babies and Toddlers

Best Toys for Babies and Toddlers


If your child is less than one year old, she probably has not yet amassed a big collection of toys. After a few birthdays and holiday celebrations, however, she will likely have more toys than you ever dreamed possible! It's a good idea to think ahead about the kinds of toys you want to invest in. There are a lot of toys out there, and more are coming out all the time. Some are worth the money they cost, while others definitely aren't.

Updated: May 15, 2019

Tips for a Successful After-Prom Party

Tips for a Successful After-Prom Party

The prom after-party has become synonymous with sex, drugs and drinking. It's no wonder parents and school administrators across the country have teamed up to offer their own post-prom alternatives.

Looking for ideas for your teen's prom after-party? We went to the source to help you plan.

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Updated: May 15, 2019

Visit College Campuses During the Summer

Visit College Campuses During the Summer

Brought to you by the American School Counselor Association

If you and your parents have time over the vacation, then summer campus visits, while not quite the same as visiting during the academic year, are still worth the trip. Though most students aren't on campus, you can still get a school's "flavor" during the summer by taking a campus tour.

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Updated: November 17, 2020

Our Favorite Minute to Win It Games for Kids

30 minute to win it games for family fun

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Updated: December 15, 2021

Where to Get a Free Pregnancy Test

Where to get a free pregnancy test

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Using Relatives as Childcare Givers

Using Relatives as Childcare Givers

Even as recent as a couple of decades ago, members of extended families were likely to live in fairly close proximity to one another, making it easy to share the burden of caring for each other's children when necessary. As modern society becomes more and more transient, however, many families find themselves in unfamiliar cities with no relatives around to help out with childcare needs.

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The Benefits of Living with a Cat

The Benefits of Living with a Cat

Your child wants a pet, and you think pet ownership is a good way to teach responsibility. Besides, you're getting tired of the whining and pleading. How much trouble can a little cat be, anyway?

More4 Benefits of Owning a Dog For Families

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Updated: April 20, 2022

New Challenges for Mothers Returning to Work Post-Pandemic

Going Back to Work

The labor force looks a lot different for everyone than it did pre-pandemic. As new strains of coronavirus have evolved, and day-to-day routines and lifestyles have changed over the past year, offices have started opening up. People, including working mothers, have been required to return to the office. Whether you are full-time or part-time, after two years at home, this change may be a welcome or stressful time. Some companies will be fully in person, while others are developing hybrid plans for some remote work.

Updated: April 9, 2022

25+ Babysitter and Nanny Gift Ideas

Baby girl holding babysitter's face in her hands

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Updated: August 26, 2019

What Teachers Want Parents to Know About the First Week of School

teacher in classroom with kids

Back to school time is quickly approaching. You’re probably stocking up on backpacks, pencils, and other school supplies for your children. In just a few short weeks, you will be turning them over to a teacher who will spend more hours each weekday with them than you. 

More: 5 Positive Phrases To Say To Your Anxious Child About School

Here are 12 things teachers want you to know about that first week of school.

Updated: May 15, 2019

Homeschooling on a Budget

Homeschooling on a Budget

You Really Can Do It
Most parents believe educating their children is an expensive proposition. According to The Homeschooling Book of Answers, public schools spend nearly $7,000 per pupil per year. What if I told you there were families providing an excellent education for their homeschooled child for $50 per year? And even for those of us who splurge on a few beautiful books occasionally, we can easily manage to keep our total expenses under $200 a year. Sound impossible? Here's how:

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