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Carolyn Campbell

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Keep Family Time First On Your Holiday List

Time with children is the first activity parents abandon when holiday demands get hectic. Simplifying expectations and demands can help parents keep quality time a priority during the hectic-ness of the holidays.

Dec. 01, 2007

All Work and Not Enough Play: Avoiding Burnout in After-School Activities

While choosing a child’s activities is certainly an individual choice, what guidelines do professionals suggest parents consider to avoid burnout and keep activity participation stress-free?

Jun. 21, 2003

Building yearly memoriesCreating a Birthday Scrapbook is easy, and a very special record of your child's growing up

Lisa Bearnson first discovered scrapbooking at age seven, and quickly became addicted. ÔI started with a passion for saving memorabilia that was very therapeutic for me as I was growing up," says Bearnson. Now, as the founding editor of Creating Keepsakes Magazine, this mom who works at home has turned her lifelong passion into a hugely successful business.

Apr. 21, 2001

Kids and Clutter: Family life doesnÕt have to be messy

Five years ago, I won a CHAOS contest sponsored by my local newspaper. CHAOS stands for "Can't Have Anyone Over Syndrome," because my house was so cluttered and disorganized. When my sister suggested I enter the competition, I wasn't humiliated - I laughed because we were so deserving.

Aug. 21, 2000

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