Travel in Alpharetta, GA

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700 Garibaldi Street SW, Atlanta. For current pricing contact Emmett Carr 404-531-5700. This home has been completely renovated and no expense spared. Enjoy ...

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4038 Elm Street, Chamblee GA. For current price contact Lynne Garton 678-488-1021. Updated 2 bed 2.5 bath townhome. INSIDE THE PERIMETER. Beautiful brick fro...

by Marilyn Price-Mitchell, PhD. How community leaders like coaches, clergy, and other mentors influence the development of character strengths in children and teens.

Thinking about adding a furry, feathery or scaly pet to the family? Read these tips on getting a family pet.

The new norm is to have more work than can possibly be done with the current level of resources. What can association staffs do to make the most of the resources they have without leading to staff burnout?

You may think of career management as involving just one task—finding a job—that you do only on an as-needed basis. But consistent and careful career management helps you do it all, from finding a new position to excelling at your current job to making new connections and meeting personal goals
By Rebecca Hawk
Many people worry about career management only during the job search process. But proactive career management is just as important after you’ve landed a job you’re happy with and involves…

Tuesday, February 5, 2019 Stamford, CT USA — When it comes to banking, small businesses are beginning to experience the same benefits of technology as

By The Goddard School • December 7th, 2018
Wondering how on earth you’re going to entertain the kids all winter now the nights are drawing in and the clocks have gone back
Then read on!
I don’t know about you but it seems infinitely easier to entertain the kids in summer, when you can throw open the back door and go to the park with the sun on your faces, than it does in winter when you’ve got to wrap them up and…

By The Goddard School • January 5th, 2019
Your local park can be a magical winter wonderland that is perfect for playful learning. Create a scavenger hunt for your family to enjoy while exploring nature. You may decide to separate into teams and see how many items you can each check off before your opponents.
Here are some ideas to get you started:
Animal tracks;
Human footprints;
A tree with no leaves;
Something green;
A bird;

By The Goddard School • August 15th, 2013
Jack Maypole, MD
Infants and toddlers are like wobbly ninjas, focused maniacally on tasting and mouthing items from coins to blocks to the odd flotsam and jetsam that lives on living room floors. Parents know to beware, to police an area well…as you never know what they’ll pop in their mouth next. Infant and toddler oral fixation is…

Borrowers will pay more in the new year, as savers get some relief.

We’ve been told our little boys are naturally more active and aggressive, our girls innately more caring and cooperative—but some experts beg to differ.

By The Goddard School • December 8th, 2018
In today’s digital world it is becoming harder and harder to actually connect with our children. They come home from school to the waiting television and usually end up playing video games on the tablet while watching TV (no judgement, we all do it). We don’t really know our children because none of us really know how to communicate anymore
The typical daily parental question is, “How was your day?” And the typical response from…

By The Goddard School • October 31st, 2018
This makes all those celebrations a lot less stressful
Birthday season —it’s like the flu. When it comes, it comes at you hard. I’m no expert but I’ve attended my fair share of birthday parties in my three-and-a-half years in the parenting game and have learned some lessons along the way. Since our daughter’s social agenda has become ours as a family, my husband and I have created a system of parenting tricks to save…

Not sure what to pack your little one each day? Here are five easy lunches to help you out!

These more than 25 Thanksgiving activities for toddlers will keep little hands busy and out of trouble during the holiday season.

Despite that importance of limits, parents sometimes have trouble setting and maintaining them. Part of the problem stems, no doubt, from the changes in today's family structures and lifestyles. Here are some common issues:

By The Goddard School • October 1st, 2018
Even though this article was originally written with working mothers in mind, this is great information for all parents
It might seem crazy, but it’s totally worth it.
It’s 7 p.m. on a Wednesday night, and my phone rings. I interrupt my midweek recap with my assistant and best friend, Erin, to take the call. We’ve closed on 12 homes this month, and I have the late-night call log to prove it. This is my…

Biometric payments are poised for growth, as long as consumers don’t get cold feet.

By Barbara Mitchell
Q: I must not be doing well on phone-screening interviews, because I never move on to the next level. Can you help me with some surefire ways to do better
A: You’re right to be concerned. It’s a given that you have to successfully complete a phone interview to get to your real goal: an in-person meeting with the hiring manager.
Phone interviews are usually brief (typically about 30 minutes), so you need to be prepared to make a good…

For retailers, contactless cards would speed up transactions and improve customer loyalty.