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Film Making Tips for Teens

By | 2019-03-19T20:22:32-07:00 February 5th, 2019|TEEN ENTREPRENEUR, TEENS|

Film-making is on the rise and with the age of technology creating short films is as close as your smart phone and home computer. Here are a few ideas to get you moving into the digital art world! Hang out with like-minded teens, create and make short films Be authentic. Create things that represent who [...]

9 Ways to Guarantee Your Adult Children Will Never Leave!

By | 2019-03-14T13:21:41-07:00 April 13th, 2016|TEENS|

If you’ve parented your children well, as they reach young adulthood, you should be out of a job. It’s a scary world out there, and it’s hard to see them as adults. Every summer we attend graduations and weddings and my thoughts are always, “They look so young!” If you want your babies to stay [...]

Entrepreneurship and Higher Education: The Perfect Marriage

By | 2019-03-14T13:23:19-07:00 March 24th, 2016|TEEN ENTREPRENEUR, TEENS|

Universities throughout the United States are expanding their worldwide outreach both internally and externally to combat the segregation that would render them ineffectual in today's global economy. Embracing globalization not only increases the university's relevance in the lives of its internal stakeholders, but it also allows them to become a significant positive influence on a [...]

Affluenza – The Disease of Entitlement Affecting our Children

By | 2019-03-14T13:24:25-07:00 March 8th, 2016|MONEY, TEENS|

Wise discipline imparts wisdom; spoiled adolescents embarrass their parents. Proverbs 29:15 By Maxine Marsolini Ethan Crouch. His case made national headlines twice: The first time was when a psychologist testified for the defense that Mr. Couch had “affluenza” and was too influenced by privilege and his parents’ permissiveness to know right from wrong.[1] Teenager Ethan [...]

I Adopted a Baby Goose and He Turned My Household–and my Parenting—Upside-Down!

By | 2019-03-14T13:25:10-07:00 February 20th, 2016|TEENS|

  Ever have a gut feeling while raising children? Listen to it! I named him Chester. A plucky little Canada goose that was given to me shortly after he’d been rescued. He came to live with us as a pre-teen, and no one was sure what this little scruff was as he scrambled between my feet everywhere [...]