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Talking To My Teen About Underage Drinking #ABFamilyTalk #Spon

I participated in an Ambassador Program on behalf of Influence Central for Anheuser-Busch’s Family Talk About Drinking Program. I received a promotional item to thank me for my participation. A few week ago, I gave you my tips on talking to your teen about underage drinking. Anheuser-Busch has created a Family Talk About Drinking program to help parents talk to their kids about drinking. The Parent Guide is a great resource if you are unsure…

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Tips for talking to your teen about underage drinking. Important during prom season to bring the topic up again. #ABFamilyTalk #IC #Spon
in Family Life, Healthy Life

Talk To Your Teen About Underage Drinking #ABFamilyTalk, #IC #Spon

I participated in an Ambassador Program on behalf of Influence Central for Anheuser-Busch’s Family Talk About Drinking Program. I received a promotional item to thank me for my participation. During spring, many teens across the country head to prom and graduation parties. As a parent, those events are frightening. Will there be alcohol at the party? If there is, will my teen drink? Will their friends drink and drive them home? The best thing we…

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#Mastering Auto Do You Understand Auto Safety Features?
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Do You Understand Auto Safety Features? #MasteringAuto

This is a sponsored post. With two teens driving in our house, I’m more aware of the safety features in the cars they drive. I want to be sure they are driving a safe vehicle, but when you go to the car dealer, it’s hard to tell which features are necessary and what all the features do to improve safety. Auto Safety Features To help educate consumers, MetLife Auto & Home® released a new video in…

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Children, Teens and Reading
in Family Life

Finding Books For Your Kids To Read; Surprising Facts #LearnON [Sponsored]

Do you have kids who do not enjoy reading? The facts from Common Sense Media’s latest research about kids, teens and reading both scared and surprised me.  (I am a LearnON Ambassador, but no compensation received.) Children, Teens and Reading Infographic This infographic shows the information from the latest research. Surprising and Scary Statistics These statistics both surprise me and scare me. I’m surprised because my kids are always reading. When my kids were young, they didn’t…

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