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Author Archives: Candie Suarez

Employable Moms – Growing Professionally While Raising Kids.

In today’s technologically advanced world, there really is no reason why stay-at-home moms or moms on maternity leave cannot work from home.  Working from home has great advantages for women who want to dedicate time to raising their children and staying current with today’s fast-paced business world.  While a laptop is usually all you need for some occupations, you could ...

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Connecting in the Kitchen

Connecting with our children during meal prep is so much fun.  Of course there are culinary skills that are age appropriate and those that are not (yet). What age is appropriate?  Well, the earlier you start the better.  But I would say when your child is around 8-11 years old this is the perfect time to start cooking together.  If ...

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A Sheriff Gone Rogue

By now you have heard of the abhorrent failure of the Scott Israel Sheriff’s Department. The reason I call it Scott Israel’s is because that is exactly what it has morphed into. To hell with the Broward County taxpayers, who elected this coward. After all, that is what Democrats do, they put their own in office, and then leave them ...

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The Tech Disconnect

Kids used to find ways of entertaining themselves; going outside, playing with siblings or friends.  They were forced to interact with each other and developed socially along the way.  Things like taking turns, sharing, losing/winning, compromising, complimenting others, and spending time in nature are some of the things we have allowed to go by the wayside.  Also showing decorum and ...

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Rebooting Our Kid’s Brains

If only we could “ctrl alt delete” our brains.  As adults, we tend to become set in our ways. But what about our kids? Truth is children will change the moment they see their parents change.  In fact, the hard part is rebooting ourselves, rebooting our kids’ brains isn’t as hard as one might think. Kids these days are very ...

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What’s in Your Lunchbox?

More and more working adults are bringing their lunch to work. With Americans spending an average of $2450 annually on lunch, and $3000 on coffee, its no wonder, we have morphed into lunchbox carrying adults. Not only do we pack our kids lunches in the morning (or the night before) but ours as well. I have been visiting office buildings ...

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Employable Mom’s Series – Thee Most Important Job

Help wanted: female, non-judgmental, with great humility. Applicant needs to be a nurturer, educator, practitioner of extreme patience, composer of on the spot lullabies to soothe the wailing soul of a baby, and determined enough to ensure a child grows up able to take on the world.  The list is endless when it comes to the requirements needed for this ...

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What’s Going On Around the Kitchen Table?

Whenever I hear the words kitchen table, family comes to mind.  As kids, we were required to be home at a certain time for dinner.  Usually right before the street lights came on.  That was the rule.  We were never late, or else.  So for me, family and kitchen table go hand in hand. I think that is true for ...

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Who Is Raising Your Kids Anyway?

Life issues are tough on kids today. But they seem to be harder for parents. We live in a society devoid of morality and family values. Many of these moral deficiencies are brought on by the very adults who mold the trends for our youth.  It is an unfortunate fact that too many kids are looking to adults outside the ...

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Do You Know Where Your Children Are

Do you know where your children are?” is a question used as a public service announcement (PSA) for parents on American television especially during the late 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. Two stations laid claim to that question during those years: WKBW-TV news anchor Irving Weinstein (1964) and Mel Epstein, Director of On-Air Promotions at New York’s WNEW-TV.  This campaign was ...

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