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  • 10 Ways Your Child Can Make the Most of Summer Camp in 2016

    Camp season is here! Those who have already registered may be filled with anticipation (and perhaps a few butterflies) as the first day draws closer. What is camp like? Will my son/daughter make friends? Will they learn something useful? All normal questions (These questions are a little different). You’re not alone! To help put you [...]

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  • 102 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Summer Camp

    With so many blog posts and articles floating around,  there is a perception that all of life’s problems can be solved in “10 things...” or “5 quick tips.” But today, I’m not playing around. Here are 102 questions that you can (and should!) ask yourself, potential camps, and acquaintances when choosing a summer program. Scan at your [...]

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  • 2015 Holiday GIF Guide

    Let’s face it, GIFs are the gifts that keep on giving; literally, over and over and over again. Not to mention they are cheap (can't get cheaper than free) and easy to wrap. So to help you quickly and easily become this holiday season's family and friend favorite, we have put together our 2015 holiday GIF [...]

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  • How to Donate Your Old Laptop Computer

    You’ve decided to donate your old laptop computer. Perhaps you'll be getting a new machine as a gift or will soon be making a purchase. Or, you simply want to help out those in need. Either way, that's great! Question is, how do you go about doing so? (Jump down to laptop donation steps.) I’ll [...]

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  • How Technology Can Improve Thanksgiving

    I know what you’re thinking…what can possibly improve Thanksgiving, the greatest of all holidays featuring a turkey? I mean, you have the 4 “Fs”: Food (way too much of it), family (I know this one is debatable depending on who you talk to), friends, and football. What more could you need? But given all of [...]

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  • Why You Should Register Early for Summer Camp

    Try and forget it’s November. Instead, transport yourself to May. The sun is out, and school is nearly out. Now your summer planner is out; in front of you, but it has holes larger than the Grand Canyon. Your challenge is to rush and figure exactly how your kids will be spending their time for [...]

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