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Healthy eating is probably one of the most popular goals, one that just about everyone has. That being said, it can be a very daunting task at first glance, between dieting crazes, and the crazy amount of weight loss pills and shakes that are constantly advertised on the market, the idea of healthy eating has turned into an unreachable goal for some, but with these tips you’ll see that it’s not quite as hard as it seems. The best way to add healthy habits is to start with a routine, this will make easin...

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Let's start from the beginning, what is representation exactly? The technical definition is “the description or portrayal of someone or something in a particular way or as being of a certain nature.'' In other words, representation is having figures, people, or even experiences shown in a bigger light that exemplify real life. Now to answer the big question, why is representation so important? It's important because when something is not generally discussed, and well-under...

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In today's age, there is an app for everything we do, and technology everywhere we go. Although it can be a controversial topic for some, I think the best way to adapt to the times is to incorporate parenting with technology, to ensure that your child is receiving a well-rounded education, that reflects the world around us.  Some parents might be apprehensive about this but using technology is a great way to enhance your child’s learning. There are an innumerable amount of ap...

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Photo Credits: Savvas Stavrinos It’s no secret that diversity is important for a well rounded, progressive society, but it's crucial for these ideals to be taught at a young age. For some, it might be confusing to understand why it's so important to honor the traditions, and history of others; a common thought is that if we want equality, we should think of everyone as the same. Thinking back to my own childhood, I never focused on the cultural differences of those around me; everyone was one in the sam...

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Click below to play video Sarah Hays is an educator from the Texas area in the United States. She has two young daughters: Breanna and Allyson. The children were Sarah’s personal inspiration for her first published book “Not Again! The Adventures of Breanna and Allyson.” The story uses the real life events of Breanna and Allyson to show how the special bond of being a sibling can als...

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