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18 Sep2020September 18, 2020
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Lovevery’s Founders Show Us How To Thrive, In Business And As Individuals, In The Pandemic

Lovevery’s Founders Show Us How To Thrive, In Business And As Individuals, In The Pandemic

Amid the global health crisis, the shifting economy, and the evolving political landscape, the world is asking entrepreneurs, strategists, and managers to shift their way of working, thinking, and doing business. At the same time, as any parent will tell you, the past six months have seen enormous changes in parenting. Nearly every child’s education...

17 Sep2020September 17, 2020
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CRAIN’S NEW YORK: Crain’s New York Business 2020 most notable in healthcare

CRAIN’S NEW YORK: Crain’s New York Business 2020 most notable in healthcare

Anuja Khemka  Executive Director, Children’s Hope India As the new executive director of Children’s Hope India, Anuja Khemka already has made her mark with the nonprofit’s response to Covid-19. The organization, which works to lift children in India and New York from poverty, launched a rapid-relief program that has provided 500,000 meals, 15,000 pieces of protective...

16 Sep2020September 17, 2020
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PARENTS.COM: Parents Share Their Biggest Back-To-School Concerns for Fall 2020

PARENTS.COM: Parents Share Their Biggest Back-To-School Concerns for Fall 2020

Pediatricians say students should return to classrooms this fall, but there are still ongoing risks of COVID-19—not to mention parents worried about the safety of their children and how the heck any of this will even work. With more than 2.7 million cases of the coronavirus in the U.S. to date and 55 million students home...

15 Sep2020September 17, 2020
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THRIVE GLOBAL: Anuja Khemka: “Ask yourself how you can help.”

THRIVE GLOBAL: Anuja Khemka: “Ask yourself how you can help.”

Ask yourself how you can help. For me, this is really critical because my writing is always about trying to help someone deal with a problem or challenge, usually one that I have dealt with myself. Look for the desire in your heart to tell a story that will help somebody. Ask yourself: can I help...

13 Sep2020September 17, 2020
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STROLLER IN THE CITY: September Books For Kids

STROLLER IN THE CITY: September Books For Kids

Back to school always means gearing up my kids with new fashion, accessories, and products they need for a successful school year. And though most of us think new shoes and backpacks, I often add new books to the list. This year especially I’ll be leaning into adding to my kids library to help keep...

07 Sep2020September 7, 2020
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What An Ancient Fable About The North Star Can Teach Us About Building A Strong Sense of Self

What An Ancient Fable About The North Star Can Teach Us About Building A Strong Sense of Self

Recently, our national conversation has refocused on the importance of cultural diversity and inclusion in fighting racial discrimination and stereotyping, particularly for the next generation.  Storytelling provides a wonderful way to bring conversations like these home. Reading stories with your children is a chance to introduce your child to new cultures and ideas, emotional challenges...

07 Sep2020September 7, 2020
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The Tale Of The Heartbroken Naupaka Flower And What We Can Learn About The Beauty Of Diversity

The Tale Of The Heartbroken Naupaka Flower And What We Can Learn About The Beauty Of Diversity

“It is time for parents to teach young people early on that in diversity there is beauty and there is strength.”—Maya Angelou Amid the ongoing protests, violence, and political clashes all stemming from systemic racism, we need ways to teach children about cultural differences and to appreciate the beauty in cultural diversity.  Ancient mythology and...