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First Week of College

Well, I've survived my first finals week in college. I happen to think it's a pretty major accomplishment, which warrants a good deal of laziness for the next month or so, but certain higher powers happen to disagree.

All I Want for the Holidays Is My Manly Voice

This might be comical to the general public. But if you are a young man with a growing Adam’s apple, pubertal changes and are frequently living a Brady Bunch episode of Peter squawking “Time to Change,” life’s not so amusing.

Texting, Tweeting and Friending, Oh My!

The world our kids live in bears little or no resemblance to the one we grew up in. The days of communicating by full sentences and land lines are long gone for teenagers.

10 Steps to Squash Sibling Rivalry

When the phrase "sibling rivalry" comes up in conversations among parents, chances are it is closely followed by "bane of my existence." While it's not likely we'll ever squash it completely, there are some steps you can take to make life at home more harmonious.

Saving for College

As you and your family settle in to a new school year this September, I would like to remind you of an important back to school tool – a MOST—Missouri's 529 College Savings Plan account.

Spotlight on Local Teens who Volunteer

Local teen Spencer Arrowood volunteers on behalf of Forest Avenue Family Shelter. This year, you can help the cause! Simply participate in the Christmas Toy Drive...

Talking to Your Teen

The teenage years can be rough. Your babies no longer want to be seen at the mall with you; questions are answered with a simple “yes” or “no;” and instead of listening to you, your teenagers roll their eyes and walk away.

Zoo Scavenger Hunt

Are you going to the zoo this summer? Try this neat scavenger hunt. When you go to the zoo, look at the animals to see if you can find out what character quality they show the best and why. Below are just a few. Happy hunting!

A Couple Ways To Beat Summer Boredom

There are near limitless things to keep juveniles, like myself, busy; if you're creative enough to find them that is. I'm a pretty creative guy and thanks to my brainstorming for this blog, I've come up with a somewhat comprehensive, somewhat thought-out list of things that will definitely help you to beat summer boredom. And by, 'definitely', I mean, 'hopefully'.

Teens & Tweens Guide to FREE Summer Fun in Kansas City

This summer, you can enjoy FREE Summer Fun at local attractions and sites just begging to be explored!
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