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I Discovered my Fitness Passion; You Should Too

I Discovered my Fitness Passion; You Should Too

I spun and lifted my way through my 20’s. I jogged, kick boxed and Bodypumped my way through the decade. Youthful, energetic and free of familial obligations, I worked my butt off daily at the gym, I discovered my fitness passion. Fitness was my biggest hobby and my passion. In fact,  I spent so much […]

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13 Books and Activities to Help Keep MLK’s Dream Alive

Today, we celebrate a man of vision who sought to unify our country through equality and love. Yet, many of our children are only vaguely familiar with Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the amazing legacy he created. As parents, we are the first educational resource our children have and we are almost always […]

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FLVS Tips for Online Learning

FLVS: Tips for Online Learning

This article is brought to us by guest blogger Suzan Kurdak. Suzan is a published author, blogger, and communication specialist who joined Florida Virtual School in 2011. She is passionate about boosting and encouraging others to live life to their fullest potential. This post is sponsored by our partners at Florida Virtual School. Once you […]

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FLVS Helping Florida Homeschool Students Succeed

This article is brought to us by guest blogger Suzan Kurdak. Susan is a published author, blogger, and communication specialist who joined Florida Virtual School in 2011. She is passionate about boosting and encouraging others to live life to their fullest potential. This post is sponsored by our partners at Florida Virtual School. It’s a […]

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How to Create a Family Charter

How to Create a Family Charter

The following article is brought to us by guest blogger Courtney Pastor. Courtney is the communications coordinator for Corbett Preparatory School of IDS, a private PreK3-8 school in North Tampa.  You have plenty on your mind each day as a parent. You are trying to juggle schedules, plan healthy and appealing meals, conquer the laundry, […]

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Quitters and tough decisions

Quitters and Tough Decisions

When Children Don’t Get a Choice Recently, I had a parenting moment that made me question my parenting approach. What kind of parent am I going to be? Up until this moment, my husband and I had made the majority of our kids’ decision. Occassionally, letting the girls pick out their own clothes, choose dinner, and decide which bedtime story. My oldest […]

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