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Think Kindness Challenge of the Month: The Kindness Experiment

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Think Kindness ChallengeAs part of our partnership with Think Kindness, Fayth Ross posts monthly Kindness Challenges for the RMB Community.  When my brother was about three, my Dad found him pouring water from one cup to another with careful and …

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Grocery Outlet Steals and Deals

Today’s post is sponsored by Grocery Outlet and written by RMB contributor, Betsy McDonald.  I am a grocery store snob. I live in the Old Southwest and we go to our neighborhood grocery store at least three times a week to pick up whatever we feel like having for dinner. …

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Why Early Childhood Nutrition Matters

Today’s post is sponsored by Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center, and is written by Elise Mische.  Elise is a registered dietitian with Saint Mary’s Fitness Center where she serves as the Nutrition and Weight Loss Specialist. She volunteers year-round with the Nevada Diabetes Association, working at  their camp programs and providing …

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Childhood Cancer: Samantha’s Story

Today’s guest post was submitted by RMB community member Alyna Harrall in honor of September being National Childhood Cancer Awareness month. My daughter, Samantha, was very healthy as an infant with the exception of having reflux which was partially controlled with medication. Fast forward to 14 months old, she had …

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Letting Daddy Take Over

The word “no” and I have a complicated relationship. I own my own writing and editing business, and since opening up shop in November 2003, I have made a practice of saying yes—sometimes, I confess, without actually knowing yet how to do the thing I’m being asked to do, or …

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