Monthly Archives: May 2012

Who We Are In A Crisis

Does disaster crack us open to our better selves? Continue reading

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Successful Teen Homeschooling: Two Vital Factors

Do you know what two elements are essential for homeschooling teens? Continue reading

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Pride Goeth Before Tiny Bite Marks

Perfect parenting+biting child. Continue reading

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Benefits of Special Interest Groups

We like spending time with people who delight in the same things that fascinate us. That might be playing bagpipes, reenacting history, making homemade cheese, or white water rafting. Who doesn’t love sharing a favorite topic? It’s certainly easy to … Continue reading

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What’s To Love About Pinterest

5 great reasons to use Pinterest Continue reading

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