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Local Dentist Fundraising for Ceicil

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Adventure Smiles Dentistry for Children in Las Vegas is doing something really cool!  They are donating money for each lion colored at their office.   “The only Lion we want on our walls, are the ones you’ve colored! We were shocked and saddened by the recent senseless death of Cecil the Lion at the hands of an American dentist. Adventure Smiles wants to celebrate wildlife by decorating the walls with pictures of lions, our patients have colored.  Adventure Smiles will donate $1 to the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit for peach patient who colors a picture of the Lion to display in their office.” We at Moms in Vegas hope other Dentists will find ways to donate money for this important cause!  Thanks Adventure...

Like a Local Business And Share It With Our Community

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I was thinking about what would benefit our community of moms and then it hit me – lets start a “Like It Local Vegas” campaign on Facebook where we post local business Facebook Pages that we love and let other moms see and like those businesses – it helps the business and our community. So here is my first “Like It Local Vegas” campaign. EVERY THURSDAY WE WILL POST A NEW “Like It Local Vegas” POST TO SHARE WITH THE COMMUNITY. Step 1:  Visit our Moms in Vegas Facebook Page Step 2:  Comment on the “Like It Vegas” Post we create every Thursday with the Facebook page of the local business you love and why you love it Step 3:  Scroll through the businesses and like any of them that you also like or want to follow In this way we can build the success of the local businesses we want to see...

Training Future Entrepreneurs – A Love Letter to Moms

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Dear Mom and Future Entrepreneur, I’ve been where you are. A young adult ready to take on the world, start a family and a career. A new mom with a bundle of joy who demands all of your waking attention, making tasks like dishes, work, laundry, errands next to impossible and utterly slow. A mom of two with a toddler and a baby demanding all your waking attention, making work and extra money challenging. A mom of young school children – where suddenly some of your time has returned but it is difficult to return to the work force and you can’t seem to find the right fit …. plus you need a flexible schedule and want to be able to stay home with your kids when they are sick. A mom of school children – your time has returned but you still want a flexible schedule and to be involved in your kids lives. So, what do we do?  Some of us work a full work week and have...

Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road?

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This was sent to me in a chain of emails and I thought it was pretty funny Enjoy! Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road? SARAH PALIN:  The chicken crossed the road because, gosh-darn it, he’s a maverick! BARACK OBAMA: Let me be perfectly clear, if the chickens like their eggs they can keep their eggs.  No chicken will be required to cross the road to surrender her eggs.  Period. JOHN McCAIN:  My friends, the chicken crossed the road because he recognized the need to engage in cooperation and dialogue with all the chickens on the other side of the road. HILLARY CLINTON:  What difference at this point does it make why the chicken crossed the road. GEORGE W. BUSH:  We don’t really care why the chicken crossed the road.  We just want to know if the chicken is on our side of the road or not.  The chicken is either with us or against us.  There is no middle ground here. DICK...

Don’t Talk To Strangers in 2014

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What Does Your “Don’t Talk To Strangers” Look Like in 2014? I am almost 40 – yep, not embarrassed to say it.  I think age is a state of mind and an adventure.  When I was 10, I remember some sort of big dog animal character coming to our school and talking  about safety with stickers and bags.  Things like “don’t talk to people you don’t know,”  “don’t get near the car if someone you don’t know is trying to talk to you,”  “don’t take food from someone you don’t know.”  The basics.  I also remember something about a razor blade in Halloween candy on the news at some point in time, but for the most part I was well cared for… I was watched after … I was rarely in a situation where someone could approach me. I also grew up in a big city (mostly) and my mom and dad would warn me about...