Monday, July 28, 2014

Is Your Child a Star?

Louisville’s Got Talent Auditions
What: Louisville’s Got Talent, a talent competition and showcase for Louisville youth, is gearing up for a second year following last year’s triumphant debut.
Louisville’s Got Talent is for youth ages 7-18 who can sing, dance, act or play an instrument, or who have some other performing arts talent. It’s a unique opportunity for kids to showcase their performance skills, compete for cash prizes and entertain an audience in the Live Finale, which is judged by local celebrities, artistic professionals and a representative from Heyman Talent Agency.

Friday, July 25, 2014

Happy Weekend!


With the mild temperatures hanging around, it's perfect timing for the weekend.  There's plenty of outdoor fun to be had with the family in Kentuckiana.  Enjoy!

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Stop the Mommy Bullying


“Surveys show that 95 percent of moms feel judged by just about everything these days, from working or not working to their choice of infant feeding to their discipline approaches and the sleep methods they use with their kids.”

Do you ever feel pressure from your "mom friends?"  Read all about how moms are dealing with this new trend in Stop the Mommy Bullying.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Win Tickets to Holiday World & Splashin' Safari!

With just a few weeks (or days, if you're in Indiana!) left of summer break, what better way to celebrate it than with a family trip to Holiday World & Splashin' Safari!?

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Where Will Everyone Sleep?

Planning a Family Vacation- Part 4

Sleep arrangements can be difficult in a vacation home with all of today's modern families. To find the best place for everyone means asking pertinent questions and hoping for compromise.

Monday, July 21, 2014

10 Tips for Transitioning to High School

The transition from middle school studies to an early high school curriculum can be an exciting yet daunting experience for countless students. In the transition, teenagers tend to realize that their study habits need an upgrade. However, not all ninth grade students know how to upgrade their scholastic systems and may find themselves falling behind in school for the first time. As an Educational Specialist, I have provided a list of suggestions to help middle school students transition into high school level studies. With a little effort and a little time, new high school students can become academic winners!

Friday, July 18, 2014

Have a Great Weekend!


Kentuckiana is booming with events this weekend.  Grab the family and head out to a movie, concert, or festival.  Plus, don't forget that this Sunday, July 20, is National Ice Cream Day. Visit the Comfy Cow for a Buy One Get One Free Ice Cream Sandwich!  Enjoy!
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