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Ms. Tracee, Substitute Teacher

I'm substitute teaching this year. I need to make money. My three-and-a-half-year-old son Zack is watching too much TV and playing too many video games when he's not in preschool. I think he'll do very well in preschool five days a week.…
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Save a Slave

I love the types of activism advocated in Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide featured on Oprah last week. Watching the show and researching the many ways to help women it really helped me internalized this…
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Millionaire Women Next Door Parents

Millionaire Women Next Door: The Many Journeys of Successful American Businesswomen has a list of attributes, habits and characteristics that highly successful women's parents share. Looked at another way, parents can use this list to increase…
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Breast Cancer = BAD, Cure = Good

I feel sure that this is perhaps the only thing ever written on The Girl Revolution that is not in any way controversial: Breast Cancer is Bad. Donating money for breast cancer research is good. Pixascope Creative Agency and Between the…
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Ad Literacy for Kids

There's an article, Ad Literacy 101 on Babble, about five recommendations for parents to teach their children about advertising. I know I use many of these methods in everyday life with my kids. I'll give a brief recap and explain how I use…
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Ainsley's Big Toe

So we're on our way out the door to do the school drop off and Ainsley drops her full metal water bottle right on her big toe. There was screaming. Hysteria. Crying. Poor Zack was scared out of his mind. I'd have sent her to school, except…