• Catching Curveballs
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    It’s Never Too Early or Too Late to Follow Your Dreams

    by Tracy Larson on November 20, 2014

      Every woman has a dream or something they are trying to accomplish.  The dream may be hiding or scared to come out, but it’s there.  Sometimes as we get older we think it’s too late or it can’t be done.  If you are scared or think you are too old or too young, use the [read the full article]

  • Wisdom Wednesdays
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    How to Go Back to Work After Being a Stay-at-Home Mom

    by Contributors on November 19, 2014

    My two kids are in school, one in 4th grade and the other in 6th. I have not worked for 12 years and now would like to start working while they are at school.  I have no idea where to begin and it is a daunting outlook to someone who hasn’t worked outside the home [read the full article]

  • Women, Then & Now
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    Women’s Calendars 1915 vs Now

    by Tracy Larson on August 19, 2014

    Women are busy people who use calendars to track multitasking lives. All of us have a favorite, maybe its a smartphone or a paper calendar with sticky notes poking out everywhere. Women from 1915 used a different type of calendar. Take a peek below and see if you can spot the differences and [read the full article]

  • Who is She?
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    The President of the PTA

    by Tracy Larson on September 28, 2014

    You probably have spotted the President of the PTA roaming around the school or have read her name on forms that come home in the backpack. Do you ever wonder who this mom really is and why she is the President of the PTA?     Let me introduce you to Julia, she may surprise you with the [read the full article]

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    Mothers are the only race of people that speak the same tongue. A mother in Manchuria could converse with a mother in Nebraska and never miss a word.
    ~ Will Rogers

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