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A Kitchen Science Experiment for Young Scientists

Posted by on Oct 23, 2016 in Family | 0 comments

A Kitchen Science Experiment for Young Scientists

Keep their love of science alive! Here’s a simple, not too messy kid science experiment -using common household items- for your pint size scientist to try.

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5 Ways to Save on College Textbooks

Posted by on Aug 18, 2016 in Family, Featured, Finances | 0 comments

5 Ways to Save on College Textbooks

How the college textbook industry is still charging you too much for textbooks… and 5 ways to work your way around it.

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9 Important Reasons Why Reading Matters

Posted by on Apr 14, 2016 in Books, Family, Fitness & Health, Inspiration | 0 comments

9 Important Reasons Why Reading Matters

“Does Reading Matter?” What kind of question is that?

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Make Running History with the United Relay of America

Posted by on Apr 9, 2016 in Fitness & Health, Inspiration | 0 comments

Make Running History with the United Relay of America

Register to run in the United Relay, the world’s first triple-route coast-to-coast nonstop running relay. You could win a trip to NYC to meet Alicia Keyes!

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My First Science Textbooks: Chemistry Books for the Very Young

Posted by on Apr 6, 2016 in Books, Family | 0 comments

My First Science Textbooks: Chemistry Books for the Very Young

My First Science Textbooks are chemistry storybooks for the very young, written by a chemistry teacher with his two-year-old daughter in mind.

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Reducing Sodium Intake + Two Must-Try No Sodium Recipes

Posted by on Apr 2, 2016 in Featured, Fitness & Health, Food | 0 comments

Reducing Sodium Intake + Two Must-Try No Sodium Recipes

Best practices for healthy sodium levels plus two no sodium recipes: tasty inspiration for your newly-formed resolve to reduce sodium intake.

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Feel Better, Lose Weight: The Health Benefits of Walking

Posted by on Apr 1, 2016 in Fitness & Health | 0 comments

Feel Better, Lose Weight: The Health Benefits of Walking

In honor of National Walking Day, I present unto you the health benefits of walking/most pressing reasons to put on some pants and get outside.

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Mantra for 2016: Make All the Mistakes

Posted by on Jan 13, 2016 in Inspiration | 0 comments

Mantra for 2016: Make All the Mistakes

Quotes from Neil Gaiman to take to heart in the new year.

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Recap: Spartan Race Citizens Bank Park, 2015

Posted by on Dec 17, 2015 in Fitness & Health | 0 comments

Recap: Spartan Race Citizens Bank Park, 2015

What was new and what stayed the same at Spartan Race Citizen’s Bank Park.

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10 Ways to Fight Seasonal Affective Disorder

Posted by on Nov 5, 2015 in Fitness & Health | 2 comments

10 Ways to Fight Seasonal Affective Disorder

  Last weekend we “fell back” for Daylight Saving, the unofficial start of Seasonal Affective Disorder season as we are forced to cope with shorter days, longer evenings. My Honey Badger Revolution co-contributor intimately describes how SAD affects her here; going through old posts on my green blog I can hear my enthusiasm for nature, exercise, being outside, writing, or life in general being tuned way down as soon as November hits. It’s really hard to enjoy fall, beautiful as it is, when you’re all too aware...

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