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Joey & Jane Days of the Week Organizer by KangaroomThere have been several studies on how sleep affects school performance, including one linking lack of sleep to several symptoms classically associated with ADHD.


When it comes to helping your child make friends, one of the biggest things to remember is that making friends is more about what your child chooses to do, rather than what the people they meet choose to do. With that in mind, here are some ideas you can discuss with your child:


Bullying can happen anywhere—at recess, after school, in the lunchroom, even online. Sometimes a bully can be physical, threatening and intimidating children smaller than him or her. But bullies also toy with a kid’s emotional and social status by name calling, and spreading rumors.


I always have a hard time when my family asks me what I want for Father’s Day. I already have a closet full of neckties, and as a writer, I don’t really need a fancy briefcase for the fancy meetings I don’t have. I don’t golf, and I’m still learning how to grill steaks (my most recent attempt: the grease fire method). I’m not old enough for my kids to get me a 10001 Small Reasons You’re A Great Dad coffee table book, and my cellphone has long since taken the place of a wristwatch. I don’t even have a lawn to mow.


It’s National Pet Month, and this tip focuses on your pet’s dental health. Just like your own teeth, your pet’s teeth need careful attention. Periodontal or gum disease caused by the buildup of plaque and tartar has become a major problem in cats and dogs. They’re susceptible to the same types of illnesses and diseases that stem from decayed teeth in humans if their teeth aren’t properly cleaned.

Here’s an easy-to-follow set of maintenance tips to keep your pet healthier:

Dental Cleanings


Teachers are often under-appreciated. They can use a compliment now and then. The first Tuesday in May is National Teacher’s Day. It’s a great time to tell your child’s teacher thank you for his or her effort.


Before you leave a room, take a look and see what doesn't belong there. When you're going upstairs, take something with you that belongs upstairs. If you’re headed to a kid’s room, take some toys with you.


If you're like me, you know it needs to be done. You dread it. It is a necessary evil. You guessed it ... Spring Cleaning. Alright, some of you probably quite enjoy it, but how typical are you and your Spring Cleaning rituals?

We wondered too and compiled answers from an online survey we conducted earlier this year. You might have even particiapted in it. So put away the rags, open the windows, kick back and enjoy. And, go ahead and share with those who could use a break as well.


Organizing the fridge is easier if you group like items together, and designate general areas for certain food categories.


No matter where you go on vacation, you’re going to find more things to do than you have time for. Decide which activities or sights are the most important each day, and give yourself plenty of time for them.