Getting your kids' rooms organized is a pretty ambitious project all on its own. Teaching them how to organize themselves is something else entirely. But there are a few things you can do to help the process along.
Among teenage girls aged twelve to seventeen, 95% of them use the Internet, and 81% of them use social media. Facebook has become a preteen paradise; it's the perfect platform to promote peer interaction and 5th grade drama.
A recent study shows that married people have better mental and physical health than their unmarried peers and are less likely to develop chronic conditions than their widowed or divorced counterparts.
Angie Mc's insight:
As a happily married woman of over 25 years, I'm fortunate to live out the benefits that are revealed in this study.
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