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We love our children and we hate to see them struggle, right? But are we harming them in the long run by making things too easy for them? Greg Lais, founding director of Wilderness Inquiry, thinks so and has spent the past 35 years taking people of all ages and abilities into nature to meet…

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Marti joined Brandon Ezuck from Radio Disney and Josh Garubanda, program manager at Wilderness Inquiry, for an on-air “News You Can Use” interview about the importance of getting children connected to the outdoors. Research shows nature experience, or outdoor time, is connected to children’s health, learning and development. Exploring and playing freely, and not just structured outdoor…

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Many of us believe that bullying is more rampant today than in previous decades But is that true? And how do technology and social media shape bullying behavior and its impact today? Most important, what should we be doing to support a deeper understanding of – and more effective response to – this complex problem?…

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When talking about an influential woman in our lives, we often say: “She’s like a mom to me.” She can be anyone: a favorite teacher, a cool aunt, a family friend. She can work in the cubicle next to you, live down the street or be a member of your cooking club.   Women who…

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Family trip to Paris with Envirosax bags. Linda sticks her bag in her luggage and uses it as a carry-on for heavy stuff (shoes, books) if her luggage is too heavy.

Send us a picture of you using a Mom Enough bag somewhere near or far! And if you’re looking for instructions on how to fold your Envirosax – it rolls up to the size of a piece of sushi – see the graphic below.

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