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There’s a Beautiful Story of Community, Family in FX Series, ‘Pose’

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I’ve been thinking a lot about community lately and how being embedded in one can change one’s life. For better or for worse.

Some communities can eat away at your soul and self-worth and believe it or not, it can be difficult leaving those spaces. Especially if it’s the only family or community you know. To abandon it would mean … Read more...

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Vacation Destination Welcomes the Entire Family; Even the Family Dog

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While the 2019 season is just getting underway in Portland, Maine, Historic House Island is a vacation destination for the entire family even the family dog.

Historic House Island

Historic House Island — the most relaxing family and pet-friendly island in Portland, Maine — kicks off its 2019 season on May 1.  The island offers a modern, light-hearted approach to the quintessential Maine … Read more...

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Authors Helping Multi-Generational Families Talk about Money

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In the next 25 years, $68 trillion in wealth will be transferred by U.S. households. An amazing 70% of wealth transfers are squandered because children and grandchildren are not prepared. Two financial book authors have a solution.

Two financial book authors are collaborating to promote family money conversations. Working together as The Money Ladies, Lori Coonen and Lynne Finch, tell … Read more...

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Review of Family-Friendly All Inclusive Resorts Opening in 2019

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There’s nothing better than going on an all-inclusive vacation with your family! So, to help you decide which resort you should choose for your next excursion, the good people over at Tourico Vacations have compiled a list of the most luxurious all-inclusive resorts opening in 2019.

The Grand Fiesta Americana Punta Cana Los Corales is a “US $130 million-dollar development” … Read more...

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Predators Require Some Families to Run Home Like Corporate Manager

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Families with special needs children often assume the role of a manager in their homes. Performing some of the same duties managers who work corporate jobs except all of their training is on-the-job. Often times they are administrative support, making calls and scheduling appointments. They are also the HR director, hiring and firing doctors, therapists, and caregivers. Then they have … Read more...

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