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Spring is here and with that comes nice weather, lighter clothing and some exciting times for teenagers - Prom and spring break! If you're looking forward to these exciting momentous occassions (OR you're the parent of someone who is looking forward to these momentous occasions), we wanted to offer some advice and tips on CONSENT. Andrea Barrica, the Founder of O.school, a judgment-free media platform where people can learn about sexuality, sexual health, power, and confidence, has these tips: Many spring break destinations encourage hook up culture, but know that you have every right to say no. Just becuase you're flirthing of dancing with someone does not give them the right to take it an

Flying With Young Children?

With many kids on spring break, April is a popular travel time for families. Flying can be stressful, and bringing kids with you can add to that, so how do you know your rights? AirHelp, the world’s leading air passenger rights company, has the following insights into what parents should know before taking their young children or infants on a flight. Would you consider sharing these with your audience? I can also connect you with someone from AirHelp directly for additional tips; let me know what you think! You are entitled to sit with your kids. In the U.S., the FAA Reauthorization Bill of 2016 mandates that all children under the age of 13 must be seated adjacent to their parent or accompa

STOP Foodborne Illness

Spring cleaning? Be sure to give your kitchen a food safe makeover, too! Adopt food safety practices to avoid foodborne illness Spring time is cleaning time! So, while you’re using that pent-up elbow grease to get rid of wintertime dust and debris, make sure your kitchen is food safe, too. From sponges to drawer handles to the refrigerator, the kitchen is the one room in the house most likely to be bacteria-tainted. Food is more easily cross-contaminated when everything in its path is covered in bacteria. So, as you’re clearing out the clutter from the neglected places like cabinets and shelves, do not forget the everyday places around the kitchen, like counters and sinks, which can be bact

6 Tips For Grads Getting A Job

As the CEO and co-founder of a leading financial technology company, I have some advice for young women graduates looking for or settling into their first jobs. Here are tips I've gleaned from both my career and from watching other women in the workforce in the hopes of helping you build your career. Build your brand For the first 10 years of your career, think of yourself as a product that you are developing and marketing. Think about building your brand and creating a strong product. Early in your career, your personal brand is going to be about the brands you have on your resume. Seek experience in companies that have well-recognized brands, because some of their luster will rub off on yo

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