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Teaching Allowance to Young Children

By Dion Woods Children don’t arrive in this world with instructions attached. However, after a few days, parents quickly find that children do come with price tags and that price is never the same for any two children. The length of time we’ll be paying for their needs is often …

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Conquering Disorganized School

Some children are naturally organized while others struggle to maintain any semblance of neatness. There are ways parents can help a disorganized child — without standing over them night after night. Establish A Homework Area. Setting up a special area, dedicated for homework and relatively free of distractions helps all …

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Enriching Your Marriage

Our relationships are ever-changing. We experience both good and hard times, celebrate joys and share struggles. Through it all, we strive to maintain our partnerships and make the journey together. The work doesn’t end after you say, “I do.” Even long-lasting marriages fail when the effort to sustain them falters. …

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The Last Solid Investment — EDUCATION

By Shelly Suarez Simple Text Version, Click Here. So here we all are. The economy is still warbling and families are struggling with where to place their trust and their money. What’s a safe investment anymore? In the years prior to the housing bubble bursting a home was thought of …

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Motivated to Succeed – In Sports and Life

By Kipp Hanley Goal setting is one of the best things a young child can learn. A successful child is more likely to become a successful adult. That success can be derived from many aspects of life, including physical fitness and individual and team sports. Former Marine Corps drill instructor, …

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Tips to Lose 10 Pounds by Memorial Day

 Weight loss tips provided by Dawn Peters of Naked Health.         Eat Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and afternoon snack Do NOT miss meals Eat protein and lots of salad and /or green veggies (watch dressing or just balsamic vinegar/little olive oil if needed) Reduce sugar & salt – …

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Best Beaches for Families

By: Lucinda Anderson Hughes Living in the D.C. area affords access to many beaches within a three hour drive, but which are the best choices for family fun? From luxury to low-cost, to laid back, download these ideas into your database for this summer. Virginia Beach, Virginia Put a little …

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Peek-a-boo Nursing Top

Review of a modest, comfortable nursing top for moms in the D.C. area! Peek-a-boo Nursing Top When it came time to purchase maternity clothing, I really tried to find items that I could wear even after giving birth to my daughter. For me, this meant having items that would allow …

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Acorn Jewelry

Create adorable jewelry pieces from nature with acorns! Here’s how:   Materials Capped acorns Tacky glue Fuzzy yarn and wool Permanent marker Scissors String Instructions 1. Gathercapped acorns and carefully remove the caps. 2. To makehair, put one large drop of tacky glue on the top of each acorn and …

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July 31, 2021

Potomac Falls Cars and Coffee – Every Saturday
at Calvary Temple in Sterling

Cars & Coffee
at Parking lot. in Arlington

"Discover Maryland" Exhibition & Free Museum Admission for Students
at Maryland Center for History and Culture in Baltimore

"Family Arts & Play: Letter of the Day" for ages 1-5 with Soaring Starts
at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Arlington

Cherry Blossom Community Market
at Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton