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Meet Alexandria Greenwood: Using Fashion to Empower Women

Alexandria Greenwood loves being an entrepreneur and a self-proclaimed fashion connoisseur. What she loves even more, other than being a mother, is helping other women reach their entrepreneurial and financial goals. Alexandria is the founder and owner of Intuition.LA, a chic and fashion forward boutique that features clothing and accessories for women, as well as…

What Students Need to Know About Active Shooter Situations

It’s September which means fall is around the corner and schools across the United States are back in session. Kids are excited to be surrounded by old friends, meet new teachers and get involved in school activities. Unfortunately, the start of the new school year also means the possibility of school shootings. Mass shootings are…

Back to School: Breakout Kids Dispatch Kids Subscription Box

When it comes to teaching kids, the more interactive you are, the better. Every child learns differently, but if you can create and maintain a connection between the child and the subject, she is more likely to retain the information. Developing a connection also allows the student to engage with the topic resulting in long…

National Relaxation Day: Revamp Your Wellness Routine

We often look at self-care tools such as massages and facials as being an unnecessary indulgence, but regular self-care is a critical step in your overall wellness routine. National Relaxation Day on August 15th is the perfect time to reboot your self-care routine for a happier and healthier you. To help further enhance your routine,…

CEOMOM Book Club: Compelling Bestseller Helps Families Of Missing Children Cope With Unspeakable Grief

Four years ago, Marie White’s youngest child was abducted, and in that instant, White’s family became one of a frightening statistic. Over two million families in the United States have faced the unthinkable grief of losing a child through divorce, alienation, abduction, human trafficking or drug addiction. Some of those affected by such profound loss…

Empty Nests are Opportunities for Career Flight

August is here and the highways are filling with SUVs packed ceiling-high with bedding, lamps, mini-fridges, duffle bags, headphone-sporting 18 year-olds and Kleenex-clutching parents. It’s college drop-off time and, for many families, a new era is being ushered in: the Empty Nest. According to workplace consultants Susan Rietano Davey and Kelley Biskupiak, the independence of…

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