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Doing Good While Social Distancing

During this time when everyone’s at home and looking for activities to pass the time, Soles4Souls is asking parents and kids all over the world to be a superhero “4 The Planet.” Here’s why: the average person in North America throws away 70 pounds of textiles every year. That’s 21 billion pounds of extra waste dumped in our landfills!…

Camille Rose Celebrates The Iconic Madam C.J. Walker | SELF MADE

Camille Rose is celebrating Women’s History Month by paying homage to Madam C.J. Walker, the trailblazing African American Entrepreneur who built a hair care empire that made her America’s FIRST female self-made millionaire. Madam C.J. Walker shaped, elevated and paved the way for Black Beauty as we know it today. With the anticipation of the Netflix series SELF MADE: Inspired by the…

9 Tips on How to Speak to Your Kids About the Coronavirus

With the COVID-19 pandemic dominating most conversations these days, children have no doubt heard about the coronavirus and may be experiencing fear and uncertainty. Licensed mental health counselor Yasmin Rey offers some tips on how to address COVID-19 with kids. Rey is the program coordinator for the Child Anxiety and Phobia Program at FIU’s Center for Children and Families. Don’t avoid…

15 Ways You Can Help Hourly Workers In Your Community

Hourly workers around the country are worried and hurting because of the coronavirus, and it is hard to find clear steps we can take as individuals to help. Beekeeper, a leading internal communications and employee engagement platform for frontline workforces, put together a comprehensive list of ways we can all help hourly workers who are…

5 Nutrition Tips To Stay Healthy While Working from Home

1. Look for nutritious alternatives If you’re worried about not being able to continue to eat well as particular ingredients are no longer in stock, try exploring other foods that could offer similar health benefits. Put together a shopping list of alternative food options to ensure you’re not missing out on your essential vitamins and…

Ten Tips for Parents Navigating the New Realities of Online Education

With COVID-19 causing widespread school closures, children across the country are being given alternate resources, some online, to study outside of the classroom. Temporary solutions being devised for remote education range from online classroom tools like Google Classroom, to Zoom and podcasts by teachers. While parents are adjusting to this new scenario, during this time…

Turning Kids into Community Upholders During the Coronavirus

For the past four years, my family has held a family meeting each and every weekend.  Sometimes it’s in-depth, gathered around the kitchen table unpacking a deep and difficult problem, sometimes it’s fast and furious, in an airport lounge waiting to come back from a trip and just doing a run-through of family logistics.  One thing is…

5 Money Moves to Make From Home During COVID Quarantine

There are many uncertainties related to our health, economy and jobs, but there are several things you can do right from home to improve your finances, protect your family and stress less about money. Money-saving expert, Andrea Woroch, shares 7 easy money moves you can do from home right now to stretch your budget, earn some extra cash…

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