June 2017 QC Family Focus Magazine
May31

June 2017 QC Family Focus Magazine

Check out the June issue of QC Family Focus Magazine.

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New College Students: What They Should Know Before They Go
May31

New College Students: What They Should Know Before They Go

Having just graduated from the University of Northern Iowa, there are many things I wish people would have told me before I started my college journey. I may have planned my college days differently if they had passed on this knowledge to me. With that in mind, I’d like to pass on some thoughts to any students looking forward to starting college in the fall.

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Fitness Tips That Don’t Involve a Trip to the Gym
May31

Fitness Tips That Don’t Involve a Trip to the Gym

  Do you want to be in shape but can’t find time to make it to the gym because of your busy schedule? Are you constantly trying different daily routines and supplements? Many people have this problem, and according to the Washington Post, the average American working a salary-paid job puts in about 47 hours per week. With the increase of time that people are working, it becomes harder and harder to find even an hour out of your...

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A Parent’s Guide to Mature Video Games
May26

A Parent’s Guide to Mature Video Games

We all hear horror stories about children developing violent behavior as a result of playing these video games. As games become more realistic, the thought that this activity could increase comes to mind. However, with some adult supervision, parents can help their kids understand violent content, and thus help them to deal with it in constructive ways.

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Why I Love My Public Library
May26

Why I Love My Public Library

Some of my fondest childhood memories come from the time I spent at the public library. I clearly remember how excited I felt every time my family had the chance to go. The library’s calm, thoughtful atmosphere always provided a sense of security for me. As I changed houses and schools, made new friends, and learned new things, the public library was my familiar, consistent haven. As hard as we tried, my sister and I never had enough...

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