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The best way to teach a child financial responsibility is by encouraging her to earn and manage money on her own. Fall maybe closer, but it still feels like summer. There are still many opportunities for your kids to pull in some extra money. If money-making is not on your children’s minds, you may need…

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My family is now bigger. In July we were blessed with an 8lbs 06 oz beauty with a head full of hair. Babies come in their own time. AJ was two weeks early, and truthfully I was a little thrown off that she didn’t arrive closer to her due date. I’m a planner that loves…

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Living In Your Strengths

Live in your strengths… I have recently changed jobs. It sounds very exciting (and it is!) but also very scary. I am not very fond of being stuck in comfort zones. I am always looking for the next thing, the next project, the next deadline, so it just made sense, but the butterfly sensation in…

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Couldn’t make it to our First Day of School Party yesterday? Got there after the first 50 people and missed out on a swag bag? No worries. We’re giving away FIVE premium swag bags this week! Each Bag Includes: Official 2019 TWK shirt (in your preferred size) Metal insulated TCCU travel coffee mug Together With…

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Feeding Ducks – The Proper Way

Our new passion is feeding the ducks!  Joe is 39, I am 38, Si is 14, and Ben is 4 and we all LOVE feeding the ducks, but I am often concerned we are doing more harm than good.  What are you supposed to feed ducks and geese?  Is bread the right choice?  I was…

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I’m so excited that tomorrow is the BIG DAY for our First Day of School Party for Moms!!!! I can’t wait to see y’all there, so remember to look for me and please come say hi! I would love to meet our readers. 🙂 A little background: We came up with this idea because we…

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Tuesday, August 13: Kid’s Cafe with Crashworks: The Science of Crayons (9:30 – 10:30 am) Join the CrashCrew at Frank & Joe’s Coffee House as we learn about the science behind how crayons are made, and make our own recycled rainbow crayons to take home! The activities are $5 per child or $3 per child…

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We decided to live on a budget a long time ago and that is a huge commitment. It demands a lot of self- control that just flies through the window when it comes to school supplies! I mean, who didn’t get excited about that super large colored pencil box? I did! The smell of the…

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