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How to Get Your Child To Do Homework Without a Fight

By Carol Tuttle, author of The Child Whisperer When it comes to your child’s homework, do you beg, plead, or bribe? Do you threaten consequences? You can make homework easier for both you and your children with some simple tips that honor their... Read More

36M Americans Are Afraid To Check Their Credit Reports

According to a new poll, the specter of Great Recession hardship still looms large for many Americans nearly a decade after the downturn ended, even though most negative records from that era have already fallen off people’s credit reports. Lots of... Read More

DeMystifying the Cord Cutting Myth

In case you were wondering how the The Great Cord Cutting Myth gets started and why so many people are convinced the TV industry is a breath away from doom: This morning, an article, entitled “Cord Cutting Accelerates Faster Than Expected, As Cable... Read More

What Never to Put in the Dishwasher

Here are some items you shouldn’t wash in your dishwasher. Disposable aluminum tops this list. Disposable aluminum rusts, leaving black residue on the item you’re washing and possibly the surrounding items. Instead, hand wash... Read More

Production Begins on Disney’s Live-Action MULAN!

Production on Disney’s “Mulan,” a live-action adaptation of the studio’s 1998 animated feature, has begun. The film will shoot on locations in New Zealand and China and will open in U.S. theaters on March 27, 2020. Liu Yifei (“The Forbidden... Read More

Facebook Page Admins to undergo authorization process

Facebook’s really worried that Pages with mass followings will possibly fall into the hands of a nefarious super villain. Last week, the social network outlined plans to enforce tighter security for those who admin Facebook Pages with a “large... Read More

#UrbanHellraisers @latenightparent

Join Ted Hicks & Rich Valdez as they moderate the #LNPShow that discusses today’s current events, social topics & raising kids in this current time. ​Desus & Mero Charlottesville: 1 year later ​ Social Media vs Alex Jones / Info... Read More

Here’s What I Learned Golfing with an ‘Old Guy’

I played my first round of golf with my father-in-law under a sweltering June, Father’s Day sun. Although I had known him for years prior to that day, and we had shared many a heartfelt, “man-to-man” kind of moment, we had never... Read More

#TedVersusTheVolcano @latenightparent

Join Ted Hicks & Rich Valdez as they moderate the #LNPShow that discusses today’s current events, social topics & raising kids in this current time. Featured Guest:Danny Thompson of joins to talk about NBA... Read More

Six Simple Ways to Use Storytelling as Teaching Tools

By Jim Weiss Stories are spectacularly successful learning tools. Many studies show that children whose parents tell and/or read stories to them from an early age turn out to be better readers and students later on. Furthermore, you are twenty times... Read More

Biggest Health Risk to the Elderly? Their Teeth

Older Americans Who Neglect Oral Care Put Overall Health At Risk Conscientious parents constantly remind their children to brush and floss, and routinely schedule dental checkups to make sure their teeth and gums are healthy – and staying that... Read More

‘Text Neck’ Means Trouble For Those Addicted to Mobile Devices

Well before the invention of cell phones, medical experts agreed that poor posture is the leading cause of back and neck pain. But the explosion of 24-7 cell phone use has seriously compounded this problem – and even given rise to a new medical... Read More

Arcade Islands: Volume One – Coming to Xbox One and PS4

Beat the summer heat and the back-to-school blues with this kid and family-friendly collection of 33 games for up to four players Video game publisher and developer Mastiff is delighted to announce that Arcade Islands: Volume One, the ultimate... Read More

4 Practical Ways to Repurpose Podcast Content

Podcasting is one of the most effective mediums in the modern world. With a microphone and some free editing software, individuals and businesses can spread their message in the form of on-demand, internet-based audio shows. According to stats... Read More

5 Back-to-School Shopping Tips to Save You Money

Here are five ways to help you reduce your back-to-school spending: 1. Create a back-to-school budget to guide your spending. Building a back-to-school budget will keep you focused when shopping — and help you avoid buying unplanned items. 2.... Read More

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