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Monthly Archives: December 2018

How to Promote Healthy Sleep Patterns in Your Children

There are very few parents who are blessed with a child who falls asleep easily and sleeps through the night. For most of us the opposite was true, and we had to face a screaming, crying, tiny ball of frustration every night. Then once you’ve finally found a method to deal with a colicky and finicky newborn, you discover that ...

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Do You Know How to Hire a Reliable Pet Sitter?

Planning for that big trip? Have to work late at the office? If you have pets, and by all accounts more and more of us do – then you probably need to work the services of a qualified pet-sitter into your plans. But how do you choose a good one, after all, you do not want to leave your four-legged ...

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People Now Want Santa To Be Gender-Neutral

Christmas is the prime season for journalists, bloggers, and writers because it lends itself to so… much… fantastic…material. The Christmas season dredges up a plethora of hard-hitting topics that go right to the heart of the human condition – themes ranging from tumultuous family dynamics, to love and gratitude, to depression and isolation. (Which are all ACTUAL issues that SHOULD ...

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Today’s Universities Are Intolerant and Corrupt

Most former college students over 40 wouldn’t recognize the world of academia today. Historically, the focus for students was to simply learn the curriculum and the role of the professor was to provide a cohesive learning environment to allow that to happen. Fast forward to 2018, where safe spaces have replaced formal debate clubs on many college campuses, and politically ...

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The Death Of A Child Sent Chills Through Migrant Parents

It’s the worst fear of any parent… the loss of a child. However, for many of the Honduran migrants — who made it to the border in the hopes of seeking asylum — it has become a reality. In fact, just last week a 7-year-old girl died at the border due to complications caused by the exhaustive journey. Her death ...

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Why New Year’s Resolutions Send Awful Messages to Our Kids

In just a few weeks it will be the start of a new year which is when people vow to create new beginnings for themselves. A new year symbolizes a fresh start, which is why so many people subscribe to New Year’s resolutions. Whether you’ve been wanting to lose weight, quit smoking, advance your career, or start dating again, Jan ...

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What It Takes To Ensure Employee Retention

Most employers fool themselves into believing that the best way to maintain a loyal employee base is to pay top dollar. Employers then load their employees with a bundle of work, provide strict deadlines, and then threaten their employees with possible firing if certain requirements are not met. This process does not ensure employee loyalty because it fails to touch ...

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Teacher Fired For Misgendering Student

Recently a high school instructor named Peter Vlaming found himself out of a job after utilizing the wrong pronoun for one of his students. According to NBC News, Vlaming was repeatedly asked to respect his student’s right to be referred to as a boy, rather than as the girl she once was. The incident took place when Vlaming shouted for ...

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Will The Boy Scouts Go Bankrupt?

The Boy Scouts of America is considering filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy to help deal with the recent fallout from numerous sex abuse allegations. Declaring bankruptcy would put a pause on all litigation and give the Boy Scouts a chance to negotiate with those who have sued the organization. Declaring bankruptcy is a common move for organizations dealing with sex ...

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Millennials Using Nude Photos as Collateral on Loan Payments

China has found a way to revolutionize the way young people do business. Through a system known as a microloan, young millennials in China have the ability to take out loans for anything they can’t pay for in cash. This includes everything from cookies to jacuzzi’s and the monthly repayment installments can be as low as 40 cents (depending on ...

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