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Developing a Love of Writing

Writing is a skill that allows us to communicate effectively and persuasively, if we know how to make use of it well, and apparently reading a lot does not equate to writing well. I learned this the hard way, when I realized my son (who is a voracious reader and somewhat advanced in math) was […]

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Escape Into The Trees

We recently traversed through the trees in a new adventure for us at Mountain Creek’s TreEscape Aerial Adventure Park, and it was so fun! If you are on the east coast and looking for a fabulous way to get outdoors with the family and have some (sometimes scary) fun, check it out here. TreEscape Aerial […]

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Dinosaurs After Dark…

… are a scary thing, and we bravely forged ahead on the treacherous journey in search of a baby T-Rex lost at Field Station: Dinosaurs in New Jersey this last weekend. We came across some other scary things along the way! The night consisted of games for chuldren, learning interesting facts about dinosaurs (and how […]

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A Weekend At America’s #1 Family Resort

We needed a family getaway, and after visiting Woodloch Pines resort during the winter a few years back, we always knew we wanted to return again in warmer weather. We just spent a weekend a Woodloch Resort- recently selected as the #1 family resort in the country by USA TODAY in their Reader’s Choice Awards- […]

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Marilyn Monroe- Style Icon

Marilyn Monroe changed beauty ideals when she swept onto the big screen in the 50’s and 60’s in various movies. She exuded femininity, and was the epitome of a siren, with her innocent sex appeal, little girl voice, platinum blonde hair, and dangerous curves that dominated every room she entered. Personally, while I find Marilyn […]

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