Author Archive | Miriam Slozberg

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What’s Wrong with Swearing?

Swearing! It’s forbidden! But why? Why should it be? After reading an article about swearing that Scary Mommy had published titled Pardon My F*cking Language, But I’m Sweary AF And That Ain’t Gonna Change– it got me thinking. What is the fucking deal about swearing? Why must it be so dirty? Let’s pick this apart […]

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Let’s Talk About Envy

Whenever the term envy is used, many people may automatically think of one of the Seven Sins whether they are Catholic or not, which I am not. The other thing is that people get the terms jealousy and envy confused. Actually, both terms are different. Jealousy is negative, and envy may also be negative but […]

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A Parent’s Guide To Children’s Oral Health

It’s never too early to consider your child’s dental health and how you’ll instill good habits. The foundation for proper dental care for your child begins well before his first tooth emerges. As a parent, it’s important to understand the various elements of proper dental care at every stage of your child’s life. Despite the […]

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Natural Bathroom Cleaning Tips

There are over 150 chemicals found homes that are connected to allergies, birth defects, cancer and physiological disorders. Most of these chemicals are found in everyday cleaning products! The following slide show presentation gives tips on how to clean your bathroom naturally and eliminate harmful chemicals for your home. It offers details on different homemade […]

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Playground Safety Checklist

The playground is first and foremost a place for kids to concentrate on being kids, cutting loose and expending all their energy by playing with one another. Yet behind all of that fun, there are some important elements going on in the background that can help children’s development. Outdoor play not only gives kids much-needed […]

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Make Clay Idioms a “Piece of Cake”

Make Clay Idioms a “Piece of Cake”! by Education.com “That test was a piece of cake!” “It’s clean as a whistle!” Idioms, well-known words or phrases that have figurative meanings different from their literal ones, can be found everywhere from the books we read to our everyday conversations. That’s why it’s important that your child […]

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