Gratitude Roundup

This time of year everyone gets a renewed focus on being thankful. What are we most thankful for as we consider that? Tuckright® is grateful that we live in the land of the free, because of the brave. The USA is the best place on earth for freedom to speak our mind...

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Supersized Small Businesses

Small Business Saturday is November 25th. The objective is to encourage patronization of smaller businesses for numerous reasons. Many of the obvious reasons are that smaller businesses hire the majority of employees, provide many goods and services that larger...

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Holiday Travel Tips

There are two types of holiday travel during the season. Traveling to a party in town and traveling to relatives or friends across the state/country. Both require some thought and caution to assure safe and enjoyable travels. Holiday Party Time The issue that needs to...

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Dream List or Practical Year End Bucket List?

Do you dream about doing some things you know won’t possibly happen until the children are older, or do you have an actual Bucket List that will get accomplished by year end? It is far more fun to achieve objectives than to wish for the moon and never get it. Let’s...

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Happy Holiday Health Hints

    The song says. “It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” And, that’s true when you manage your time accordingly. It’s a time of festivity with family & friends. It’s a time of giving as you reflect on the bountiful year that is coming to a close....

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Mom’s Delight Using Tuckright®

Bedtime is a sacred time. Whether you are comforting the children at their bedtime or flopping into bed yourself at the end of the day, it is a time for moms to delight in peacefulness and relaxation. This personal refuge must be protected as it is the only way for...

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Holiday Season Preparation

It’s the holiday’s season. What a wonderful time of the year. Well, for the kids and Dad perhaps. But, for Mom, well, maybe not so much. Many moms find themselves a bit overwhelmed, experiencing some stress and anxiety regarding all they have to do and the expenses...

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Fun Fall Family Activities

Autumn is a wonderful time of the year for family activities before everyone becomes preoccupied with the holidays. Wherever you live and whatever budget you are on, there are a number of inexpensive yet fun things to do together that require little preparation. Here...

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Practical Tips For Halloween Night

    It was called “Beggar’s Night” when I was a kid. It was Halloween and we went trick or treating to get as much candy as we could. The goal is still the same for the munchkins today and the strategy remains similar. The entire event, beginning at school...

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Spruce Up Your Space

University of Iowa Hawkeyes, Kinnick Stadium, has the opponent's locker room painted pink. This locker room color was the idea of legendary Iowa coach Hayden Fry.  Fry had a psychology degree and once read that the color pink has a calming effect on people. What a...

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Children’s Bedrooms Should Be Magic Lands

Of all the area in your house, your children’s bedroom should be their own space. They own nothing, but should feel as though their bedroom is their personal sanctuary. It should be first a place for relaxation and comfort, and second, the receptacle for all their...

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Coaching Youth Sportsmanship

Who often demonstrates the worst sportsmanship at the kid’s games? It is some over-zealous dad who thinks he is the authority on every issue! These are usually embarrassing moments for the children. These dads want to win at any cost and blame the coach or ref if...

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“A Halloween Treat” National Coloring Contest

Trick or Treat has long been the theme for the Halloween events. Basically, it implies children can request a Treat or they’ll give you a Trick you won’t like. The date is surrounded with goblins and goulash characters that are intended to scare kids and glorify their...

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The Changing Season of Autumn & The Essentials To Maintain

It may be autumn, but young mothers are enjoying the springtime of their lives with all newness around them. Many have young children sprouting up with new adventures all the time. It’s a new school year with new teachers, topics and some teams. Younger moms generally...

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Advice & Opinion on Rolling into School Season

    Most people today are making their decisions based upon the thoughts, ideas and opinions of others rather than doing any extensive research for themselves. This collective “group think” is pervasive throughout our western culture. People care more about...

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School Supplies: The Latest & Greatest for 2017

Generally the public schools are requiring more support from the families for student supplies. However, most schools have moved into the computer age by supplying laptops to each student for their personal use during the school year. This laptop, along with a...

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Managed Lifestyle is Key to Back to School Regimens

    The humdrum back to school regimen for the family usually means mom has her to do’s and the kids have theirs. Meal planning, keeping up with the wash and driving the munchkins to wherever and everywhere too is mom’s routine now. The kids have a routine...

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Survival Tips For The Back To School Daze

You shopped and shopped and finally purchased the perfect backpack, ideal lunch box and of course the “in” clothing all necessary for that first day of school. Now school has begun and everyone is back in the classroom and you have a whole new set of issues...

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