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CEOMOM Podcast: Episode 15 – Back to School Series: Part 2 With LaNesha Tabb

We are continuing our two-part Back to School Series this week with LaNesha Tabb of Education with an Apron. CEOMOM Magazine Editor-in-Chief, Vonna Matthews talked to LaNesha about her role as a virtual teacher of 42 kindergarten students, what she learned in the first week of school, and the importance of embracing flexibility both at home and at…

How to Discuss Race, Social Justice Activism, and the Media With Children in the Digital Age

THINKING BEYOND COLORBLIND PARENTING Talking about race with kids can be tricky, and many parents simply avoid the subject altogether. “They may be afraid of saying the wrong thing or idealistically hopeful that if they don’t mention race, their children will grow up ‘colorblind,’” says author and Emory University Associate Professor Emeritus Ann Hazzard, PhD….

CEOMOM Podcast: Season 3 Trailer

CEOMOM Magazine is excited to kick off Season 3 of the CEOMOM Podcast: The Woman, the Mother & the Myths. We are back with more interviews with industry experts on topics related to business and health. We will continue to bring you raw and uncut conversations that dive into everything from soul care to identifying what…

Five Tips to Make Money As a Blogger

If you’re looking for a flexible work schedule, a way to share your passion, and a place to let your personality shine, launching a blog could be your newest business venture. With an estimated 31 billion active bloggers in the U.S. alone, it’s no secret that blogging offers up plenty of room for creativity, but…

20 Coronavirus Travel Tips to Keep Your Family Safe

And on the 3,789th day of quarantine, all the mommies and all the daddies in all the land booked a vacation. If you have the travel bug or really want to visit friends or family in other places, we hear you. COVID-19 has canceled travel plans throughout the world and for almost all families. With…

Resources to Help Your Family Have Fun at Home

With social distancing a critical component in the fight to end the spread of the coronavirus, families are now spending most of their days at home, families are in need of well-curated activities in order to thrive together when stuck inside. Dadventures at Home takes the guess-work out of sifting through hundreds of links across…

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