Marathon Training With Kids: How to Nurture a Healthy Lifestyle

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When my daughter offered to run the half marathon with me, I was tempted to say, “Okay, let’s do it!” But clearly there’s no way I’d allow my 5-year-old to run long distance. However, after reading the responses to my BabyCenter post regarding 12-year-old LeeAdianez Rodríguez accidentally running the Rochester Regional Health Flower City Challenge,…

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Best Hair Products and Easy Hacks for Curly Biracial Hair

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When it comes to an effective spring routine for curly biracial hair, there are a few things to consider. For starters, mornings are usually a bit chilly with temperatures warming up during the afternoon hours. That said, we’ve come up with best hair products and easy hacks for curly biracial hair for the season. Skip…

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How to Make a Cloud in a Jar

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Ever wonder how clouds form? Well, Princess decided to do a science experiment showing how to make a cloud in a jar. Here’s what you’ll need for this this step-by-step cloud tutorial: A jar with a lid Aerosol spray (Most cloud experiments require the use of a match. However, we decided to avoid it for safety reasons. Hairspray is a better…

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Must See Photos: How We Spent Easter

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It’s hard to keep up with holiday photos and festivities every year. I thought that things would get much easier once I became a stay-at-home mom, but I can’t say that’s been the case. Freelancing has been a blessing, allowing me the flexibility to fill-in every now and then., but it can also get pretty busy….

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Shamrock Hairstyle on Curly Biracial Hair

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In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, we decided on a cute shamrock hairstyle on curly biracial hair. As I’ve mentioned, my husband and I like teach our kids about their identity, which includes our Irish background. This is a great way to make our Curly Hairstyle of the Week a learning experience for our 5-year-old. St. Patrick’s…

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6 Silly Things People Say to Marathon Runners

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Some people find it hard to imagine why people run. There’s no denying that marathon runners go through a rigorous training program. Races haven’t been my thing until I signed up for the 10k last year. However, despite being a marathon novice, I grew up playing sports. So, I guess you can say that I’ve always been…

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How to Make Smart Career Moves

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Believe it or not, it’s not always easy to make smart career moves. I’ve watch people make bad job choices, only to realize that they took several steps back in their careers. I often refer to this as “hustling backwards.” But I’m far from perfect, I’ve been guilty of it too. That’s why I’m here…

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What If Your Son Likes Playing With Dolls?

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If your son likes playing with dolls, would you let him? This has been an on going debate in our home for a while now. There was a time when O would play with his sister’s dolls. His Dad didn’t like it, and neither did Grandma. In fact, whenever they would see him with a…

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