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Will you help me share #JerseyLove? Tourism is big business for New Jersey. Without a strong summer season, many businesses won’t make it through the year. Everyone remembers seeing the destruction Hurricane Sandy caused to so many shore towns in NJ and NY, but there is not as much media coverage of the recover. This has residents worried that tourism will be down this summer.
I’m from Philadelphia, and I’m proud to say that “I Love New Jersey.” I spent my summers at the shore when I was a child. I have so …
Everyone seemed to have an opinion about my engagement. I was only twenty, not even old enough to drink legally, when my college boyfriend proposed. I strongly believe women should decide if and when they want to marry, but sadly, the same sentiment is not shared around the world. My friends teased me for being a “child bride,” but real child marriage is not a laughing matter.
Have you ever imagined your perfect wedding? For many children, marriage is already a reality – and there was no dream wedding. You can …
It is easy for many to give up hope in the world. We watch the news, we observe the negative things happening in our society. From violence and pain to poverty and disease, issues like these span the globe. We see the need in our communities, in our own neighborhoods, and we start to wonder, “Will it ever get better?”
It can, and it will.
We are proud to share that some of our own from Bloganthropy have been recognized on the Babble.com list Top 25 Parent Bloggers Who Are Changing the …
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The Annual Bloganthropy Awards recognize and honor women who use their blogs to support charitable causes. Launched in 2010 by Bloganthropy.org with support from Child’s Play Communications, the unique awards program, now in its third year, is dedicated to recognizing bloggers who effectively use social media for social good. The 2012 event marks the first time that the Bloganthopy Awards are hosted at BlogHer, the world’s largest conference for women in social media.
Previous winners of the Bloganthropy awards include Katherine Stone (2010) and Susan Niebur (2011). Katherine Stone writes Postpartum Progress, the …
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With so many people out of work and struggling, it is more important than ever for low-income families to be able to access childcare–and diapers are part of that equation.
Help a Mother Out is asking us to support the Diaper Act. This act does not make additional appropriations–that means there is no added cost. This only allows funds that are already allotted fir Child Care Development Funds to be used for diapers to improve child care quality and access.
Will you help a mother out? You can blog, tweet, take …