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This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #FreeToBe #CollectiveBias As soon as the school year started, our son was anxiously awaiting an opportunity to join the Cub Scouts. Like most six-year-old boys, he loves being outdoors to ride his bike and play …

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How Online School Fundraisers Make Life Simple

We’re barely two months into the school year and already we’ve received catalogues and packets for school fundraisers. I get it. Schools have additional projects that require funding. For example, A.J.’s elementary school is raising thousands of dollars for a brand new playground. We’re also in our first year of …

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The Secret to a Successful School Book Sale


One of the best ways to support your child’s school and their educational efforts is by participating in the book sale. Your family gets new books to read and your school gets financial support. As part of “Successful School Fundraiser Week” I’m asking fellow mompreneurs to offer their insight. My …

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The Secret to Hosting a Successful School Spirit Night


As part of “Successful School Fundraiser Week” I’m getting insight from MaryBeth Reeves, a Gwinnett County wife and mom of quadruplet daughters. She has extensive experience working with her daughters’ schools and community groups. For example: School Spirit Nights at restaurants are opportunities to invites supporters to eat at a designated …

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Letters to Our Children: I Pray You Grow Out of Asthma

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This month, I wrote a letter to our six-year-old, A.J. about his breathing condition. My husband, Antoine Sr. coped with asthma as a little boy  and since it’s hereditary, A.J. developed it too. It’s one thing of many things these two share besides the same name. Dear A.J., I hoped that …

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