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Smart Parents in the Know: Ideas for Parents in April

Smart Parents in the Know: Ideas for Parents in April

Ideas for Parents in April What I'm learning and loving in the month of April! "Smart Parents" is a series that I'm continuing.  I will talk about a few things that I am learning and loving in my life right now. This may include recipes, books, movies and gadgets,...

What Is There To Love About Amazon?

What Is There To Love About Amazon?

Follow my blog with Bloglovin What is there to love about Amazon? There are so many things to love about Amazon!  Let me count the ways... I'm telling you that I have learned so much about Amazon while writing this post!  The options are endless and really amazing!...

9 Books to Enjoy With or Without Your Teen

9 Books to Enjoy With or Without Your Teen

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Great reading this coming summer! One thing that my youngest son and I have done is joined a Cool Mom and Son Book Club. He would completely disagree that we are cool moms, as would his friends that are included in this group. However,...

7  Helpful Ways to Help Your Student Prepare for Finals

7 Helpful Ways to Help Your Student Prepare for Finals

Ways to Help your Student Prepare for Finals Right now our students are super stressed with finals.  Whether they are in high school or college, doesn't matter, they are maxed out.  Now if your middle schooler is anything like mine, he's just stressed out about having...

Mom Time Out: 9 Easy Ways to Make This Happen

Mom Time Out: 9 Easy Ways to Make This Happen

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Mom Time Out Is Easier Than You May Think! Let's get real for a minute...  As moms we are the last person in line for getting any type of care.  Everyone is ahead of us, including the dang dog!  Are you constantly tired?  Cranky? ...

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Melanie Prather Studer has spent the last thirty years as a mother and teacher- preschool through middle school. When her kids became teenagers, Melanie started keeping notes and doing research to help her children get a head start on getting into college and ultimately out into the real world.

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