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Four years ago my husband and I decided to change our relationship with money. We were living from paycheck to paycheck, overstressed and resenting each other every time a single purchase was made. Money makes people funny, or so the saying goes, and it’s true. And in a marriage, differences with money handling may lead…

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Tuesday, February 12: Financial Peace for Teens! (6pm-8pm) We still have spots available!! Starting young is the best way to arm yourself with knowledge and prepare for a strong financial future! For the first time ever, we will host a Financial Peace University class designed specifically for teens (high school age) this Spring. The class…

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My role as Children’s Miracle Network Specialist at United Regional is to raise funds, and awareness for pediatric patients served here, and last week I had the honor to facilitate a hospital visit with 2018 Miss Texas, Madison Fuller. This the first time for a Miss Texas Scholarship Organization title holder to visit our hospital.…

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Last year was Teddy’s first year to exchange valentines with his classmates, and now I feel a year older, a year wiser, here’s what I’ve learned: I’m mailing it in this year. Literally and figuratively. Step 1: Defect From Homemade Land A year ago, one of Teddy’s classmates gave out these adorable dinosaur toys with…

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Thursday, February 7: Valentine’s Day Build a Box ( 11am-12pm) Minion, Monster, Lego Figure, Castle, Unicorn…if your kids have a Valentine’s Day box request that bigger than your artistic capabilities, bring them to CrashWorks! We supply the materials and the know-how, you supply the idea filled kid! Members: $4 Non-Members: 6 More Info: CLICK  …

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Friday, February 1: Player Meet and Greet (5pm-6pm) All government employees on furlough can receive 2 free tickets to the Harlem Gloetrotters game at Kay Yeager Coliseum, February 8, 2019! Stop by the box office with you government ID to get yours! *Meet a Globetrotter *FREE ice cream sundae bar for all kids *Prizes and…

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We are thrilled to announce that baby number two is due in August! The first trimester is coming to an end along with morning sickness and stretch free pants. Did any other moms feel like you ‘blew up’ faster during your second plus pregnancy? I know that am looking forward to sharing this journey with…

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Financial Peace for Teens

I’ll be the first to admit it. Right out of college and into my first job, I developed some bad spending habits. I relied too heavily on student loans (my husband went on to law school so they were still available to us), I used credit cards like they were free money, and an “emergency”…

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Family Finance Games For Kids

Usually, paying bills is one of those adult chores that takes time away from family time. It doesn’t have to be that way, though! Getting your kids involved in the family finances can let you take care of your responsibilities and spend time with your children at the same time. Making financial fitness a game…

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Tuesday, January 22: Pre-School Story Time Children age 3yrs – 5yrs old will be introduced to a variety of authors and illustrators as we practice early literacy skills and foster a love of reading. This is an “open door” storytime – all are welcome. More Info: CLICK Friday, January 25: Movies at the Market, Greatest…

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