1. Mother’s Day Quiz: What’s Your Parenting Style?

    parenting style quizMost parents don’t use the same parenting style to raise their children. Different strokes, after all. You may have developed your parenting style from a combination of sources: information you’ve read or heard, advice you’ve received from relatives and other parents, lessons you were taught while growing up, and your parental instinct.

    Which of four basic kinds of parenting style are you using? Take our quiz to find out:

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  2. Quiz: What’s Your Guilty Pleasure?

    Drawing of ice cream sundaeWe all probably have a “guilty pleasure” that we like to indulge in from time to time. Maybe it’s mint chocolate chip ice cream, or a trip to a favorite clothing store for a new outfit. It’s important as well as fun to spoil ourselves every now and again, but what if we found ways for saving money while doing an activity we already love?

    Take our quiz below about what you love to splurge on – and then get some great tips on how to save money while doing so.

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  3. Quiz: How Resourceful Are You?

    Woman with pitchfork next to large pile of laundrySometimes problems pop up that don’t have clear solutions. Maybe you need to peel a large amount of garlic, but don’t have the 30 minutes it will take. Or maybe you need to clear up your car’s hazy headlights, but can’t afford the expensive cleaner.

    When these issues arise, are you able to use your resources to find a solution? Take our creative problem-solving quiz to find out how resourceful you are:

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  4. Holiday Trivia: Test your knowledge of the history behind this season of magic and merriment!

    Holiday Cookies’Tis the season for joyful times in the company of family and friends during the winter holidays of Christmas, Chanukah and Kwanzaa. For young and old alike, the holidays are filled with anticipation and excitement. There may be parties aplenty and gifts galore, but the true meaning of the holidays lies in intangibles such as kindness, gratitude and peace.

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  5. Put Gratitude on the Menu This Thanksgiving Day

    Children Ready to Eat Pumpkin PieThanksgiving will be celebrated on November 27 this year, and families and groups of friends will bond at dinner tables across the country. While a big turkey and a smorgasbord of trimmings are featured at most meals, it’s not what’s on the menu that’s important.

    Giving thanks is the true heart of Thanksgiving, which is traditionally celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November. It’s the theme that gives the holiday lasting meaning and resonance across generations.

    So, as autumn winds down, let’s take time to be thankful for the big and little things in our lives.

    Let’s also have some fun, with this Thanksgiving quiz:

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