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Move Forward and Keep Good Family Changes

2020 Editions Magazine May 2020 Parenting Parenting Through the Pandemic
Northeast Ohio Parent columnist Sara Carnes, of 95.5 The Fish, shares why it's important to look for the positive changes that have occurred as a result of Ohio's stay-at-home order. Learn some things her family has begun doing differently — and why she hopes these changes will last. ...
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Treasured Moments (Even When They’re not Perfect)

2020 Editions Magazine March 2020 Parenting
Have you ever built up in your mind how you think an experience will be, only to have it end completely differently? Northeast Ohio Parent columnist Sara Carnes, of 95.5 The Fish, shares one recent example and what she learned from it. ...
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#CLEMAMA: Answers to Parents’ Common Food and Health Questions

2020 Editions February 2020 Food Magazine Parenting

I remember being little and secretly shoving all my vegetables into my napkin when my grandma wasn’t looking. My clever plan didn’t work too well; I got caught and had

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#CLEMAMA: Choose a 2020 Theme Word

2020 Editions January 2020 Magazine

I used to write down goals for the new year, stick to them for a couple months, and then they fell off the radar. Sound familiar?  read more

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#CLEMAMA: Lessons of a Letdown

2019 Editions Magazine November 2019 Parenting Teens

Parents, don’t blink. 

Before you know it, you’ll be driving your kids to college, bawling your eyes out all the way home and be prepping them for what it’s like

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Friend Power is Stronger Than Willpower

2019 Editions Health Magazine October 2019

When something feels hard to accomplish, it’s hard to stick to it. We’ve all probably had a diet that didn’t work out, a fitness routine that fizzled, or great ambitions

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#CLEMAMA: Pushing Your Kids Out of Their Comfort Zones

2019 Editions August 2019 Magazine Parenting

I still remember like it was yesterday. I was in kindergarten, sitting in music class, when my music teacher came up to me and asked if I would sing a

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A Letter to my Adult Daughter

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I can’t believe it, my oldest daughter, Makayla, graduated high school this year. She’s off to college later this fall and I am so proud. I’ve teased her several times,

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5 Things I’ll Always Remember About my Mom

2019 Editions Magazine May 2019 Parenting

The word “mother” makes me think of two things. It makes me think of my mother, and all the things she has done for my three sisters and me.

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Being More Intentional With Your Kids

Sara Carnes the fish
2019 Editions April 2019 Magazine Parenting

I’m a list maker — you know, a checklist person. I like to see things visually. If I don’t write something down, it just doesn’t get done. Period. Everything goes

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