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Just for Licks - Healthy Labor Day Frozen Treats!

Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer (womp, womp), but it's a great reason to “chill” with loved ones. Here are some tips for making healthy frozen treat recipes to keep things cool! Step 1: Grab some silicone molds! I ordered mine off Amazon: Lebice Popsicle Molds (BPA Free, 6 Ice Pop Makers and only $9.45). These reusable pop makers have a drip tray, a big handle, and are dishwasher safe. Step 2: Peruse the produce aisle at your fave grocery store and start grabbing fresh fruit! I encourage you to be creative, but if you need some inspiration, here are my two go-tos. I find that simple is best (especially for ...
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Substance and Style Q&A with Lisa Friedman from the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Foundation

Full name: Lisa FriedmanOccupation: Fundraiser for the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic FoundationFavorite Little Activists message from our product line?  I love the new collection that you are launching with the message “I’Mpossible" because as Audrey Hepburn said, “Nothing is impossible. The word itself says 'I’M Possible'.” Proudest Mommy Moment? The moment I held my girls for the first time.Best piece of advice for your children?  Always have a kind heart, a fierce mind and a brave spirit.What do you consider your biggest accomplishment and how did you achieve it?  My impulse is to answer this question by saying that m...
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Project aWEARness Q&A with Amy Conroy - Founder of the Dandelion Project

Our Giving Program - Project aWEARness - is the guiding force behind our brand. It’s an easy way for Little Activists and their families and friends to support causes that are close to their hearts. Our “turn key” model is easy and effective. In just three steps, you’ll be on your way to fashionable fundraising! We recently interviewed Amy Conroy, Founder & Executive Producer of Habla Blah Blah, and our current Project aWEARness beneficiary for the non profit arm of Habla Blah Blah's Dandelion Project.  Q: How did you first get involved with Habla Blah Blah?A: I started it! When I had my first child, I left my li...
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