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Encourage the exploration of history!

Posted by Annie on Aug 20, 2016 in Education, Young Authors

When I was a child history was something that happened a long time ago, what could it possibly have to do with today. I’m sure many of you have discovered as I have that the future is intertwined with our past.  Patterns emerge because governments have developed a pattern of operations. In case you were […]

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Is Your Teen Graduating with an ‘A’ …

Posted by Annie on May 10, 2013 in college, Education

Is Your Teen Graduating with an ‘A’  in Personal Money Management? 3 Important Lessons They Don’t Teach  in High School or College More high school students than ever will be collecting diplomas in the coming weeks, an increase attributed in part to new career-oriented schools that help students appreciate the link between learning and earning. […]

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The Losing Battle

Posted by Annie on Jan 9, 2012 in Parenting

Did you have a nice Thanksgiving? What about Christmas? Wasn’t the food simply fabulous? I’m still drooling over the filet mignon we had for Christmas. Grandma sure can cook. We had fun, too. My son spent untold hours playing video games on  his new  PS3, and I lost count of all the new games he […]

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