Articles tagged with: family
Who knew that there was a national turtle day and a host of other national animal days to celebrate rare and endangered species. In fact, today is the International Day for Biological Diversity.
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A new report released today by the U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee (JEC) provides an in-depth look at the Great Recession and its toll on working families. The report, entitled “Understanding the Economy: Working Mothers in the Great Recession,” concludes that mothers’ work is vital not only for their families’ economic security, but also for the strength of the American economy as a whole. Rather than opting out of the labor force, mothers increased their labor force participation over the recession.
ree and open to the public, CityArts Festival will run Friday, May 7, from 6 – 10 p.m.; Saturday, May 8, from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.; and Sunday, May 9, from noon – 6 p.m. Indoor and outdoor activities will take place in the Automobile and Centennial Buildings, Court of Honor, Exposition Plaza and the Esplanade at Fair Park (1300 Robert B. Cullum Blvd, Dallas, 75210).
his article was written by Christine Kane. I get her e-newsletter every week and always enjoy her articles. In her introduction she writes that she needed this advice herself this week! How many times do you ignore your own symptoms/signs that you are worn out and need to take some time out? Her tips for self-care are so easy, why wouldn’t we do at least one if not all 9 of them?
Beginning Tuesday, March 2, Vista Ridge Mall will host The American Mall Model Search Experience, which includes a Fashion Show and Talent Contest Extravaganza. Interested individuals can register at stations located throughout the shopping center beginning Tuesday, March 2. Registration will continue until Tuesday, April 13.
I was so gung ho about our new program a week ago, read my last blog post for details about the wonderful program my husband and I are participating in with the founders of Living Well Dallas. We were excited to return home to Dallas with our family and kick everything into high gear. Brad and I had spent time doing some good planning for the business and were looking forward to doing some personal planning as well. We were trying to be creative about making change without overwhelming ourselves with everything that needs to get done. Jenny, our “inner” organizer is brilliant at helping us to manage the overwhelm and be clear about what we really need.
Then on New Year’s Eve I received a phone call that my beloved stepdad was in the hospital again
by Tina Ferguson
It’s summertime in Texas, which means I’m one HOT mama (literally!) and I could use a great way to cool off … without breaking the bank. My fingers are crossed (oh, the toes, …