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Spark Your Kids Love Of Reading With SparkUp

This is s sponsored post.  We all have books that our kids love to read over and over and over and over again. Am I right? You try to skip a few pages because you have read that book hundreds of times. That doesn’t make us horrible parents. We all want our kids to read, right? There are tools you can use to help spark your kids interest in reading. The SparkUp is a magical book…

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Jabra Headphones at Best Buy for Fitness Resolutions #JabraHeadphonesBBY

This is a sponsored post. Did you set a running or fitness resolution for 2015? I have. I intend to run 500 miles in 2015. One thing that I MUST have every time I go for a run are good headphones. Best Buy offers the Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless headphones. They also track your heart rate and have voice coaching. Running is my time. I love to be alone with my thoughts, but since I run…

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The Digital Families Project teaching kids online respect
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The Digital Families Project Teaching Kids Online Respect

This is a sponsored post. Our kids are growing up in a much different world than we did. The online world has created a whole new playgroundfor bad things to happen. Since it’s a new playground, parents have had to navigate parenting our children online without much guidance. The Digital Family Project is helping by offering tips and tools to foster a healthy respect for online content. Digital Families Survey Results The results of the Digital…

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Celebrate the new year at 8pm with your kids. #StreamTeam
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Celebrate Midnight At Any Time For Your Kids #StreamTeam #Spon

This is a sponsored post. I have a little secret. You can celebrate the New Year at any time now. That means you can put your kids to bed at 8pm with the help of Netflix. Then celebrate the real Midnight alone…without kids. Have you ever celebrated Midnight at 9pm in the past? According to a recent survey from Wakefield Research on behalf of Netflix, 34% of parents have admitted to fooling their kids into…

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