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Raising Boys in the Time of “Me Too”

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With the recent resurgence of the “Me Too” hashtag, and seeing almost every single one of my female friends, business partners, acquaintances, etc. post just the hashtag, or be brave enough to tell their story, it really got me thinking. Especially as a mom of two young boys. How do …

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You Can’t Always Get What You Want

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If a stranger had to explain the essence of Lindsey, I don’t think that you would get too many varying degrees of what makes me, me. I mean, sure, you’d probably be able to find an ex-suitor or two, that would have their own opinions, but I feel, as a …

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What Great Grandma Can Teach Us About Food

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As a Functional Medicine and Holistic Doctor, I believe that many of our modern ailments are due to a loss of traditional ways of eating.  As I work with patients and clients of all ages, I am made aware that we seem to be getting sicker and sicker, with each …

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WGU Nevada is offering $325,000 in Full-Ride Scholarships for Aspiring Teachers as Part of Statewide ‘Teach Nevada’ Scholarship Program

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Contemplating a career in education, but worried about the potential cost and time of going back to school? WGU Nevada is here to help. Thanks in part to the State of Nevada Department of Education’s “Teach Nevada” program, our online, competency-based university is currently offering 18 full-ride scholarships to newly …

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Five Unexpected Benefits of a Family Sport/Hobby/Activity

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About two years ago, I enrolled my 4 1/2-year-old son in martial arts.  Nine months later his 7-year-old sister hopped in.  The following month, my husband and I were hooked, and the following month my 9-year-old daughter joined in.  This month, my last born turned 4 and now he too, …

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