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Why You Should Love the End of Daylight Savings Time

By David Robinson

Hoo Ray!!! Last weekend was the end of Daylight Savings Time. Here’s the other good thing I said I would tell you about in my last post. Last Saturday we set our clocks back an hour, it was the end of Daylight Savings Time for this year. I love it when the clocks “fall back” […]

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Father’s Day

By David Robinson

Mid June is here, and summer has arrived. It’s time for all the great dads in the good ole U.S. of A.  to get their yearly  20 minutes of fame.  Father’s Day always reminded me of a low-budget version of Mother’s Day. Moms get all the glory. Maybe that’s the way it should be. After […]

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Tips for Summer Learning Activities to Prevent Vacation Brain Drain

By David Robinson

  My kids are counting the days until school is out. They can’t wait until that last bell rings and school’s out for the summer. School ends this week and although my wife and I will get a break from taking the kids to school and picking them up; we always get a little anxious about […]

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5 Things I learned From Super Mom Toya Graham and the Baltimore Riots

By David Robinson

photo credit: DSC03956 via photopin (license) How about that video taken of “Baltimore Mom” Toya Graham doing some child raising as my Mother calls it. When she saw her son participating in last Monday’s rioting in Baltimore, she knew exactly what she had to do. Mom’s intuition kicked in when she heard that both school […]

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What I’m Thankful For

By David Robinson

#Thanksgiving 2014 is here. I am truly blessed and I have many things to be thankful for. One thing I’m extremely happy about is that I’m still alive. So many of us fail to realize that life is a gift. If you keep up with the news, it becomes painfully obvious just how fragile our […]

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