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Anxiety & School Closures: How to Help Kids

Anxiety & School Closures: How to Help Kids

Recently, we spoke to contributor Caitlyn Dunn, LCSW, about how to speak to kids about coronavirus. In the few weeks since then, many schools across the country have closed—some with little notice. Parents may be wondering not only how to deal with the logistics of...

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Cookie Dough Energy Balls

Cookie Dough Energy Balls

Looking for a sweet treat to make with your kids to pass (and enjoy) time? These vegan, gluten-free, and refined-sugar-free cookie dough balls are perfect to make for an afternoon snack! Plus, all of the ingredients are pantry staples, so you won’t have to head out to...

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Coronavirus: How To Deal as a Working Mom

Coronavirus: How To Deal as a Working Mom

If you’re a working mom who already felt constantly pulled between two busy worlds, coronavirus school closures (and adding a “teacher” job to your daily To Dos) can be incredibly overwhelming. We turned to Lauren Smith Brody, the author of The Fifth Trimester: The...

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Remote Learning Tools: Apps & Websites to Try

Remote Learning Tools: Apps & Websites to Try

  If you’re moonlighting as a homeschool teacher for the next few weeks, technology can help get you up to speed. High quality apps and websites exist for every subject and every age. For younger kids, they can add some variation to other screen-free activities....

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Pantry Recipes to Try

Pantry Recipes to Try

Photo: Food Network As we spend more time at home doing our part to slow the spread of coronavirus, many of us are cooking regularly—for stress relief, because restaurants may be closing, and because, well, we’re home. But once our stock of fresh fruits and veggies...

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