Archive for Culture

Ways on How Children Can Experience Different Cultures

July 2, 2013 No Comments

Ways on How Children Can Experience Different Cultures It is totally wrong to say that one culture is superior to the other because each culture is different and unique. There is one strong trait for this culture yet there is also strong trait in another. One downside of one culture doesn't necessarily mean t... continue reading...

10 Tips for Perfect Dining Etiquette

May 11, 2012 No Comments

10 Tips for Perfect Dining Etiquette How many times have you gone to a formal dinner event or a beautiful restaurant and had a moment of panic that you may not be doing things right? Are you terrified your kids might do something wrong? This video from international etiquette expert Gloria Starr gives a gr... continue reading...

New Geekie Kids Clothing Line Helps Kids Be Themselves

May 10, 2012 No Comments

New Geekie Kids Clothing Line Helps Kids Be Themselves Who’s your favorite geek? Bill Gates? Mark Zuckerberg? Steve Jobs? Notice anything about these guys? Yeah, they are or were all super successful! A new clothing line for kids called Geekie launched six months ago with the unique mission of stressing ... continue reading...

Caldecott Award Winner Maurice Sendak Dies at 83

May 8, 2012 No Comments

Caldecott Award Winner Maurice Sendak Dies at 83 What parent in the past 2 or 3 generations hasn’t picked up Maurice Sendak’s “Where the Wild Things Are” as a bedtime story for their child? Sendak passed earlier today in Danbury, Connecticut, as a result of complications from a recent stroke, accor... continue reading...

Is a 4-Year-Old Too Young to Wear Make-up?

May 1, 2012 2 Comments

Is a 4-Year-Old Too Young to Wear Make-up? Recently, “Good Morning America” featured a piece about 4-year-old Brenna Cross from Fort Wayne, Indiana, talking about how much she loves to wear make-up everyday. What do you think about this? Harmless or is it giving her a warped sense of herself and beauty?... continue reading...

How to Save Your Church

March 21, 2012 2 Comments

How to Save Your Church In the past several years, there has been a resurgence of people attending church again. In bad times, people naturally turn inward and look for a higher power to help themselves. The drawback, however, comes with so many people who have false motives or are simply “checking the b... continue reading...

The History of St. Patrick’s Day Parades

March 16, 2012 No Comments

The History of St. Patrick’s Day Parades Millions of Americans are digging in their dressers and closets for a suitable piece of green clothing to wear for tomorrow’s great tradition of St. Patrick’s Day. Many will stream down to their local St. Patrick’s Day parade – is your town having one? Acco... continue reading...

Does Facebook Make You More Inclined to Attend A Reunion or Less?

February 3, 2012 No Comments

Does Facebook Make You More Inclined to Attend A Reunion or Less? Now that you are most likely on the freshly IPO’d Facebook and have found long-lost friends from high school or college, does this change the way you think about attending a reunion for these classes? Maybe you found anyone you were wonderi... continue reading...

Showing Your Photo ID – What’s the Big Deal?

January 20, 2012 1 Comment

Showing Your Photo ID – What’s the Big Deal? There are several debates going on right now surrounding photo identification cards (id). Is it a civil rights violation to ask someone the police have stopped to show their government-issued id?  Is it right to ask for someone’s id at the voting polls? Well, the... continue reading...

Travel Tips for Families from The Travel Channel’s Samantha Brown

January 5, 2012 No Comments

Travel Tips for Families from The Travel Channel’s Samantha Brown The holidays are behind us but the next big holiday will arrive shortly – spring break! In the following video, The Travel Channel’s Samantha Brown gives families traveling some great tips for making holiday travel smoother, more... continue reading...

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