Monthly Archives: August 2016

Governor LePage: A missed opportunity to set a good example

image of Paul LePage

I wish I could talk to my little boy about Paul LePage. There is so much potential for a great story and important lessons about hard work and the kindness of others, but I can’t. As a mom, I’m frequently ashamed of our governor, and I can’t tell his story to my son because doing […]

Surviving freshman year: 5 tips to help prepare your child for the first year of college

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It’s about that time—back to school time—and if you’re a parent of a child who is either going off to college or staying home for college, you may be wondering what you can do to help with your child’s success. After all, the first year is the most difficult. It’s when students are most likely […]