Tweens and Shaving

Tweens and Shaving: Tips for A Smooth Experience

The tween years are full of ups, downs and major body changes. New body odors, hormonal imbalances, mood swings, growth spurts and, last but not least, body hair, can all be expected. Talking to your child about when and how to start shaving will vary for every child, but it’s important to learn some tips

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How To Maintain a Happy Home With an Empty Nest

In the fall of 2019, approximately 9.9 million students attended colleges and universities, and 70% of them chose a school within a 2-hour drive of their home. Coincidence? I think not! While some parents rejoice in their new freedom, some dread the day they experience sending their child off to college or when they move

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How to Teach Your Teen Financial Responsibility

As your teen gets closer and closer to leaving the nest, it is important that he have a firm grasp on finances. However, teaching your teen financial responsibility is much easier said than done! According to Piper Jaffray’s Fall 2017 “Taking Stock with Teens” report, teens spend the most money on food, followed closely by

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blue light

Is Your Child Being Exposed to Too Much Blue Light?

It’s a phone illuminating a dark bedroom. A tablet settled on a lap, casting a blue glow. Electronic devices surround our everyday lives. And for a child, it’s their greatest form of entertainment. But, are their eyes paying the price? In a world in which we schedule virtual work meetings and stream movies at a

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swimmers ear

Tips for Treating Swimmer’s Ear

You know that annoying moment when you’re having a fun day at the pool and you jump out only to find that you have water stuck in your ear? You awkwardly shake your head around and whack your ear from the other side to get the water out, but no luck. Not only can the

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DIY Your Own Graduation Pictures!

Graduation is upon us and what an amazing accomplishment to capture!  If you don't have access to a photographer to get graduation photo's made, we have some tips for DIY graduation pictures that will let your graduate shine! Lighting: To capture the perfect graduation pictures, you don't need any fancy equipment or lighting setups, all

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high school graduate

We Want to Celebrate Your High School Graduate!

Giggle Magazine wants to make sure that your high school graduate feels extra special for all they have accomplished this year. If you have a graduating senior, from any surrounding community, who you would like to honor, please complete the form below. We will be proudly showcasing them in our "Senior Spotlight" section in the

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When Your Baby Becomes a Legal Adult: What You Need to Know

In what feels like an overnight transition, our babies go from diapers to adulthood. How does it happen so fast? We’ve compiled a list of things you need to know as they approach their 18th birthday so you, and them, are prepared for their transition to adulthood.  Voting  Legal residents are eligible to vote in

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5 Ways to Eat More Strawberries!

Summertime is almost here, and with that means peak strawberry season! You have waited all year for these delicious berries to be readily available at the grocery store, and now that they are here, you have got to take advantage. Whether you are looking to add strawberries to your next meal, a quick snack or

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Sidewalk Chalk: Creativity Without The Mess!

Sidewalk chalk! The ultimate crafting medium that isn't super messy and can wash off of ~pretty much~ anything! Here are some crafts that involve sidewalk chalk to keep your kiddos busy if they are bored from all this social distancing! Draw Yourself Challenge Armed with chalk in an assortment of colors, take your kiddos out

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