Grandparents on the Go
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Grandparents on the Go ESCAPE TO CityScape

In the heart of downtown Phoenix is a little gem known as CityScape. Its zero-zero address is a piece of cake to find. Located between 1st Ave. and 1st St and bounded on the north by Washington St and south by Jefferson, it is within walking distance of all major downtown attractions. Click here for the full article.
Dr Bret Wilson
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Back to School

It is a time anticipated with excitement and apprehension. The long lazy days of summer now transition into the schedules and structured activities of the school year. The class schedule, bus schedule and time for activities and homework are all part of back to school. Click here for the full article.
Sydney Paige McCutcheon
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My First Bra Trip

Britt (my sister) was busy taking pictures while mom watched with a smile in the background. The people in the adjoining dressings room probably thought we were nuts - but didn't you laugh with joy and hysteria at your first bra shopping trip? Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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An Attitude of Gratitude Today

In May, I introduced the concept of the Happiness Advantage. I provided you with a list of Happiness Boosters. Today, I want to add another happiness booster. Gratitude. I spent the weekend with my family celebrating my father’s 85th birthday. How can one not be grateful for the ability to experience this major event with one’s parents? I began to reflect upon how easy it is to be grateful for the big things yet how often we forget about for the small things. Click here for the full article.
Kas Winters
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Kas Winters Easy Ways to Teach a Child to Read

Reading is a key to learning both in school and in every day life. It is important for employment and essential for gathering information. The best part is that it really can be fun! Whether you have a beginning reader or an avid student, this is an activity that can bring parent or grandparent and child together in a special way while preparing a child to succeed in any arena. Click here for the full article.
Becky Campos
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End of Summer

Summer is coming to an end and that means we are looking forward to some relief from the high temperatures and some warm comfort foods like chili, stews and lasagna that we sometimes reserve for the fall and winter seasons. Although I consume these three all year long some Phoenicians wouldn’t think of enjoying them in 115 degree weather. Don’t blame them one bit. But as soon as the weather begins to cool to 100 degrees we can think about enjoying them again. Of course I recommend you convert your standard chili, stews and lasagna into plant based menus. Click here for the full article.