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Fails Make the Best Memories - Richmond Moms Blog

Fails Make the Best Memories

So I’ve been thinking a lot about failure and what I consider a #fail. With all the beautiful crafts, decorations, cookies, and homemade this and thats, it’s easy to get sucked in and feel like, “Why do I even bother?” But here’s why you bother: Because doing the thing is more important than the thing […]

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You Don't Need to Save the Whole Enchilada

Saving for College – You Don’t Need to Save the Whole Enchilada

By Optimum Ed Everyone agrees. Parents need to save for their child’s college education and to start that process early. However, no one college saving strategy will work well for every family because the right approach is dependent on several variables: Tax bracket Student age Anticipated financial aid (both need and merit) How much control […]

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Social Media & Our Children

Social Media and Our Children

A Whole New World… Growing up, I hated hearing my parents’ comparison between my generation and theirs. The answer to my complaints about my teenage angst were continuously met with, “When I was young…,” “Your generation…,” and the despised, “You have it easy,” response. Now that I’m a parent in 2017, I can safely say […]

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Help Your Child Navigate the Scary Things

Help Your Children Navigate the Scary Things

Halloween is over, but scary movies, TV shows, books, and activities are year-round. Julie Best Wilcox, LCSW at Thriveworks Counseling and Life Coaching in Chesterfield, shares important tips that can help you navigate scary things with your children. How do we help our children (and sometimes ourselves) prepare for the scary shows or events and especially […]

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