Ride at Your Own Risk: Your Liability When Riding a Bike-Share Bike

When I was a kid on multi-day family road trips, my brother and I, with no screen or device to entertain us, would spend hours playing the “license plate game.” You remember the “license plate game.” You try to find a license plate from every U.S. state. Double points for Alaska and Hawaii, and triple points […]

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Fun Facts for the Fourth

Two out of four Kratovil girls studied American history this last school year. In an effort to make it a little more interesting, I’ve been collecting interesting bits of American history trivia to share with them. In turns out my definition of “interesting” doesn’t always match with their definition. In honor of the 4th of […]

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Teens and Summer Jobs-Legal Issues to Consider

Working a summer job is a rite of passage for the America teenager. Whether they are bussing tables, mowing lawns, or working as life guards at the neighborhood pool, summer jobs are a great way for teens to earn their own money and learn good old-fashioned work ethic and responsibility. My summer job as a teenager […]

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How to Help Immigrant Children Separated from Their Parents at the Border

Do you know what your child’s love language is? The concept of “love languages” was introduced by Gary Chapman his book The Five Love Languages and later applied to parenting in The Five Love Languages of Children, which he co-authored with Dr. Ross Campbell. Here’s the Cliff Notes version as it applies to parenting. Children express […]

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