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Right on the Money
Published: 11/29/18
By: Tanni Haas
If you want your kids to learn about the value of money in a way that’s both educational and fun, then encourage them to download an app — or three. Below are 10 of the most popular and kid-friendly money-management apps available, and the best part is that they are (read more)
Jingle Jangle Jiggle
Published: 11/29/18
By: Gayla Grace
Let the parties begin. The holidays are upon us and for many that means unwanted pounds begin creeping in, too. But it doesn’t have to be that way. You can combat your natural tendency toward weight gain and do something different this year.  Why not incorporate a few easy habits (read more)
Calming the Chaos
Published: 11/29/18
By: Sandra Gordon
Fantasy: You give everyone gift cards for the holidays, let the dust bunnies gather and forget all about cooking, cleaning, shopping and wrapping.  Reality: You’ve got more to do than ever, with hundreds of holiday cards to address, tons of family and friends to shop for and parties galore to (read more)
Joy for the Holidays – Miami-Dade & Surrounding Areas
Published: 11/29/18
By: Compiled by Shannon Pease-Severance
Aventura The Nutcracker  Friday-Sunday, December 7-9   Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida performs the story of the Nutcracker. $45. Showtimes vary. Aventura Arts & Cultural Center, 3385 NE 188 St. www.aventuracenter.org  Coconut Grove Tree Lighting Ceremony Saturday, December 1 Ring in the holidays with a celebration featuring family activities, music, performances (read more)
Joy for the Holidays – Broward & Surrounding Areas
Published: 11/27/18
By: Compiled by Shannon Pease-Severance
Coconut Creek Holiday Fantasy of Lights Through January 1 A spectacular drive-through display of illuminated trees and animated figures.  $12-$17/vehicle. 6-10pm, Tradewinds Park, 3600 W. Sample Rd. 954-357-8870 www.holidaylightsdrivethru.com Flashlight Candy Cane Hunt Wednesday, December 5 Use a flashlight to find candy canes hidden around the park. Event also includes (read more)
The Beatlemania Bomb
Published: 10/31/18
By: Greg Carannante
Remember when the Beatles appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show?  Music was so much simpler then. You either listened to the radio, vinyl 45s and albums or maybe reel-to-reel tapes. Music was all-analog, non-digital and nowhere near as splintered, pervasive or influential as it is today. Back then, music knew (read more)
The Online Dating Game
Published: 10/31/18
By: Greg Carannante
You’ve just turned 60, you’ve been married for half those years and you’ve suddenly found yourself single. Or maybe you’ve been divorced or widowed for years now — or never married at all — and you feel that the time to move on has finally arrived.  Whatever the reason, you’d (read more)
The Gift of Giving
Published: 10/31/18
By: Shannon Dean
We live in the age of the selfie. It is socially acceptable to believe that we are the center of our own worlds. Societal messages tell us that our worth is tied not only to material possessions but also to the superficial approval and envy that we obtain from social (read more)
Postpone the Post
Published: 10/31/18
By: Kathryn Streeter
As social-media mamas, we want to be remembered. Often emotional, zesty personal anecdotes are the best way to connect with our friends online and drive a post’s popularity. But when it comes to sharing about our significant other and children, the line of decency can often be blurry.    My (read more)
Picture Perfect Party
Published: 10/31/18
By: Shannon Pease-Severance
Back in the day, kids’ birthday parties were simple. The “theme”: birthday cake. The guest list: grandma, grandpa and a couple of neighborhood friends. Entertainment: pin the tail on the donkey. The menu: pizza. Voila! – instant party.  Now, fast forward to today, the era of the epic party. It (read more)
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