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The 15 Grooming Tips All Stylish Dads Know

Taken from Esquire.com   How to look – and feel – better Time was, a man who spent too long in the bathroom was met with a level of scorn and suspicion usually reserved for politicians who try to embrace indie music. Thankfully times have changed but even now it’s easy to feel bemused by the overwhelming amount of advice, …

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10 Keys to a Perfect Dad Bod

by: Bradley Popkin with Mens Journal Are 6-pack abs and ripped biceps falling of out fashion? Maybe not. But, the most buzzed about body type of late is far from the idealized shredded physique most of us are after. In fact, the “dad bod” is quite a bit softer. Don’t get us wrong. Guys with this body type aren’t totally out of …

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10 Children’s Games You Won’t Believe Got Banned

by MAUREEN ROE JULY 10, 2013. Taken from ListVerse.com These days, being a kid is less about exploring the world and making mistakes and more about following ridiculous rules and regulations. Ironically, these rules aren’t even coming from the children’s parents, but from the governing bodies that claim to be protecting youngsters. Protect them from what? From being kids. 10. Duck, …

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20 Ways to Foster Values in Children

By Leah Davies, M.Ed. “There are little eyes upon you and they’re watching night and day. There are little ears that quickly take in every word you say. There are little hands all eager to do everything you do. And a little child who’s dreaming of the day he’ll be like you.” — author unknown What are values and why …

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Thank a Teacher If You Can Read This — and Maybe Win $1,000 From Crayola

Written by Nicole Dow at The Penny Hoarder. Taken from http://www.thepennyhoarder.com Break out the crayons. Crayola has launched a student art contest that’ll award $1,000 to 10 lucky winners, in addition to money and goodies for their schools and favorite teachers. The contest centers around getting students to show their appreciation for teachers. From now through August 25, students can enter the …

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How to Earn a Free $10 on Your Next Trip to the Grocery Store

Written by Carson Kohler with The Penny Hoarder and taken from http://www.thepennyhoarder.com   Want to bank an extra $10 today? Ibotta has got you covered. When you sign up and redeem your first cash-back offer, it’ll slide $10 into your account. Once you hit $20, you can cash out. There are two simple ways to use Ibotta and snag your free $10. …

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10 Keys to Educator’s Survival

By Leah Davies, M.Ed. School professionals are often blamed for the ills of society. Yet, there are countless administrators, teachers and counselors who challenge and inspire students to do their best and strive for excellence. The following are ideas educators may want to consider as they continue their work. 1.Understand that you are only human. You will make mistakes. 2. …

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THE ETERNAL MEANING OF INDEPENDENCE DAY

POSTED ON JULY 4, 2018 BY SCOTT JOHNSON ON POWERLINEBLOG.COM On July 9, 1858, Illinois Senator Stephen Douglas gave a campaign speech to a raucous throng from the balcony of the Tremont Hotel in Chicago. Abraham Lincoln was in the audience as Douglas prepared to speak. Douglas graciously invited Lincoln to join him on the balcony to listen to the speech. In his speech …

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The 15 Best New Baby Products for Working Moms in 2018

By Audrey Goodson Kingo  taken from http://www.workingmother.com   Form meets function in the latest crop of top products. It’s a given that baby products just keep getting cooler every year—more sleek, stylish and practical too. But this year’s nifty new gear isn’t just pretty; these 15 must-haves also make life easier for working moms, with innovations meant to save space, time and …

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10 Common Misconceptions About Suicide

by: DUSTIN KOSKI with ListVerse taken from ListVerse.com Suicide is on the rise around the world. Europe, Australia, China, and the US are all experiencing increasing suicide rates. It’s a growing problem for society and will be more and more likely to affect your life directly—if it hasn’t already. If you are reading this because you have contemplated or are contemplating suicide, or if someone …

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