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Single Parents

7 local volunteer opportunities your whole family can do!

Since becoming a mom, I have tried to instill within my children the importance of volunteering in the community. But here’s the problem: Most community organizations have a minimum age requirement for volunteering and young children don’t usually make the cut. That’s why I’m thrilled that Mile High Mamas is teaming up with Volunteers of […]

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Disney World: The Magical Land of Forced Fun

I’ve seen many helpful blogs here in the Mile High Mamas about tips for getting the most out of your trip to Disney World. And I’m just going to be upfront about this right now: This is not one of them. But I’m betting that if you’re planning on making the trip any time this […]

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Treading Water in the Dating Pool

Not once in my wildest dreams did I think I’d be back in the dating pool in my 30s.  If someone had predicted 5 years ago that I’d be looking for a new relationship I would have said there was a better chance that I’ll be trampled to death by elephants in my own home […]

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Getting to the Heart of Organ Donation

Did you know that April is National Organ Donation Awareness Month?  I know it’s probably not marked on your calendar because it’s not celebrated by drinking green beer or setting off illegal fireworks.  But I feel that it is my duty to bring it to your attention so that in the future, when you think […]

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Your opinion: Do you pay your kids for good grades?

Paying your kids for good grades is like paying them to grow and learn and you can’t put a price on that. The hard work that goes into getting good grades is a hard-earned life lesson. Kids learn accountability and responsibility from their grades; good or bad. In most cases, grades are a direct reflection […]

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