One entry per person, please. The deadline to enter is midnight on Sunday, November 26. We will announce the winner on the Northeast Ohio Parent Facebook page after the contest closes. The winner will also be notified by email.
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Our children have a lot of social pressure on them. When we focus on building confidence in ourselves, we model that behavior to our children. Being a confident person helps you achieve goals, persevere through challenges and be a thought leader. What better gift can you give your kids than being a positive influence on them? It can give them the building blocks of expecting good things to happen in their lives.
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More and more, business leaders, employers, educators, entrepreneurs, and others are focusing their attention on individuals who received an education with an emphasis on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). This education/training is imperative to meet the demands of business as the economy around us becomes increasingly more complex and technology-driven.
Each year approximately 46 million turkeys are purchased at Thanksgiving. That’s nearly 700 million pounds of meat. Sadly, more than 30 percent of that will get thrown away this holiday season.
Yoga is a full-circle practice of breathing (pranayama, also known as prana), movement (mudra), and sound (mantra). The asanas (poses), vinyasa (sequence of asana), and accompanying breathing serve to address the physical and emotional aspects in the practicing individual.
With more than 4,000 public, private, and for-profit colleges and universities in the U.S., searching for the “right college” can be time-consuming, stressful, and often chaotic. If your child is a student who happens to learn differently, this task can seem downright overwhelming. Yet, it actually can be a very rewarding experience. Remember, the college search process is a journey of self-discovery. The possibilities available to your child are numerous and exciting if they ask themselves the right questions and take the correct steps.