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Mark Griffin, M.E., Blog Writer

It’s summertime, and that means kids around Greensboro will be beating the heat. But they probably won’t be hanging out at the pool or lake like their parents did. It’s more likely they will be huddled around their electronic devices playing video games or watching YouTube. The World Health Organization has recently classified addiction to video games as a certified mental disorder. Our children are particularly susceptible during the summer months when they are out of school and have less structured activities. Continue reading →

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One thing that parents from all walks of life can commiserate over is the struggle to find child care. If you are a new parent, expecting your first child, new to the area, or just considering a change in care, there is a lot to consider when choosing a child care provider. There are several crucial criteria to keep in mind when searching for a daycare or preschool: curriculum, ratings, and your gut. Continue reading →

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By Kristina Pisano, Blog Writer, Woodruff Family Law Group

If you have been in court all morning and you need something to give you an energy boost during lunch, there are several great lunch spots in Winston-Salem that are just a few steps away from the courthouse. Continue reading →

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By Kristina Pisano, Blog Writer, Woodruff Family Law Group

Fourth of July, a day of grilled hot dogs, pool parties, and fireworks. I always look forward to this fun summer holiday both because of the traditions I have enjoyed with family growing up to now enjoying new celebrations with friends as I get older. The Triad area offers many activities to enjoy with your friends and family on this day of America’s independence. Continue reading →

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By Kristina Pisano, Blog Writer, Woodruff Family Law Group

I am just like my Father: I have come to this realization as I get older. From the red hair, the red-headed temper and the overly kind and generous heart; I thank my father. It wasn’t until recently, though, that I realized how much I am like him. Quiet at times, especially around new people; he becomes the life of the party once he is around his people. I realized that in my mid-twenties I was the same way. Turning junk into treasure, an eye for color and design and the overwhelming and sometimes heavy load of putting everyone else’s needs and worries before myself is me and my father. He taught me how to drive the wide open roads respectfully in the Pennsylvania Mountains and the unique connection you can make with a four-legged friend. I owe my Dad the world and so much more. How will you spend Father’s Day with your Dad this year? Continue reading →

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By Kristina Pisano, Blog Writer, Woodruff Family Law Group

The kids are starting to get antsy. All the final tests in school are coming to an end, and they have checked out for the year. You know what will be coming next: summer break! Last summer your kids always complained that they were bored, or they spent way too much time on their electronic devices. This summer, plan ahead and make it a fun and enjoyable time for both you and your kids. Continue reading →

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By Kristina Pisano, Blog Writer, Woodruff Family Law Group

It’s almost time to slide your toes into your favorite flip flops, shed some of that winter wardrobe and start thinking summer! The Triad offers many celebrations and fantastic events for you and your family to enjoy Memorial Day weekend locally. Continue reading →

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By Kristina Pisano, Blog Writer, Woodruff Family Law Group

It is a day to honor your best friend, your hero and your number one fan, your mom! Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 8, and the Triad offers many ways to help you celebrate that special lady who deserves the world. Continue reading →

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By Kristina Pisano, Blog Writer, Woodruff Family Law Group

It has been a long morning at the downtown Greensboro courthouse, and it is now time for lunch, where do you go? Want something quick, but not fast food; something healthy, but nothing that will break the bank. From established restaurants to new and trendy spots, Greensboro has some fantastic options for your lunch break that allow some downtime before you head back to the courthouse. Continue reading →