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Both parents and non-parents reported high levels of exercise and play with their pets. (Pexels photo) Have you noticed lately that more cats are riding in strollers? Or bumper stickers that say “I love my Granddogs”? You don’t make it up. More and more people are investing a lot of time, money and attention in […]

October 12, 2021

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Tags: advice, advisor, Financial, moms, Mother, PostCOVID, Researchs, SHOOK, Top, Wealth, Working

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Categories: Parenting

For five years, Working Mother has partnered with SHOOK Research to identify the top wealth advisor moms across the country. This year’s list has expanded to feature 500 of the most successful mothers working in financial advising today. Check out the full list of 2021 Top Wealth Advisor Moms here and check out more on […]

September 25, 2021

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Tags: Autistic, Cut, Hair, moms, Outraged, Permission, Sons, teacher

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Categories: autism

A mother in Lawrence, Indiana, is dissatisfied with her son’s school after a teacher cuts his hair without asking her permission. Nikki Battle said a Lawrence Central High School PE teacher cut the hair of her 17-year-old son, Jonathan Battle-Hayum, along with his eyebrows and facial hair, leaving bald spots and nicks. Jonathan let his […]

September 15, 2021

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Tags: Desperately, happen, Heres, kids, moms, time, young

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Categories: Parenting

As the pandemic upbringing drags on, mothers are more than overwhelmed. Do the impossible; Day after day as only we can. In a real experiment, working parents were interrupted 45 times by their children within three hours. In another video, a mother counted 27 interruptions from her children in just 10 minutes. No wonder we […]

September 7, 2021

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Tags: moms, Myths, Overwhelmed, Productivity, Sabotaging, Working

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Categories: Parenting

Inbox zero. It’s a productivity myth that, as most people understand, does much more harm than good. Most people think that Inbox Zero means they always have an empty inbox, so beat yourself up if you can’t keep up. But Inbox Zero originally stood for the suggestion that we should spend as little time as […]

August 30, 2021

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Tags: Arkansas, Choice, education, moms, Power, story

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Categories: Special needs education

Compass Academy in Conway, Arkansas is a private, not-for-profit school for children with developmental disabilities or those who have difficulty adjusting to a public school. It offers year-round full-time education for students ages 5+ and participates in the state’s Succeed scholarship program. Like many parents of special needs children, Erica Boucher was frustrated by the […]

August 12, 2021

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Tags: Balance, education, Keeping, kids, moms, Safe, Struggle

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Categories: Special needs education

We asked the Texas Standard listeners to tell us what they thought at the start of the school year. Share this story with a friend: Of Michael MarksAugust 12, 2021, 11:02 a.m.Arts and Culture, Coronavirus, Health and Science, Sounds of Texas Courtesy Erica Smith, Alison Cathe, and Tiffany Conner We asked the audience to share […]