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LATE SUMMER 2016 VOL. 5, NO. 4

Neighborhood Publications LLC 9337 Spring Cypress Road, Suite #205 Spring, Texas 77379 Editor Leanne Donelson Head Writer Candy Cruz

Assistant Editor Candy Cruz


Contributing Writers Candy Cruz, Josh Arcemont

How families can cut screen time


How families can get up and go


Inexpensive activities the whole family can enjoy


How to find more time for family


How to help kids get into golf


3 ways families can reduce everyday expenses


Did you know?


Cut costs at the grocery store


How families can manage cramped quarters


College saving suggestions that won’t break the bank




Make weeknight meals healthy and simple


Simplify flying with babies in tow


Top ways you might be wasting your money


Budget-friendly family vacation tips


Help kids feel comfortable at the dentist


Warning signs of childhood vision problems


How to childhood your home


How kids can help out around the house


How to prepare a home for elderly residents

Social Media Editor Madi Wheeler Graphics Photography Mike Reeves Audree Garcia, Kellie Cataldo Publisher Neighborhood Publications

If you would like to advertise or want information about us, please call (281) 401-9143 or email: With Summer in full swing: attending day camps, other summer programs, and eagerly waiting for school to start can be very stressful. During this transition time, every family faces different challenges. Your kids may complain about being bored after a summer of fun, or perhaps you have a child starting high school or going away to college. It’s natural to feel overwhelmed during this busy transition. Fortunately, there are practical skills like communication and planning that you can use to help you manage this in-between time. By making your family a priority, you can help your whole family navigate this unpredictable period and savor what’s left of the summer. Plus, if you make the effort to spend some extra time with your family, you’ll find yourself at summer’s finish line before you know it and you may even wish that it lasted longer. Thank You, Leanne Donelson DISCLAIMER: All articles, information, website addresses and cartoons in this publication express the opinions of their authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Neighborhood Publications LLC or its employees.  Neighborhood Publications LLC is not responsible for the accuracy of any facts stated in articles, information website address and cartoons submitted by others. The Publisher Neighborhood Publications also assumes no responsibility for the advertising content with this publication and ad warranties, representations and endorsements made in the advertising content are solely that of the advertiser and any such claims regarding it’s content should be taken up with the advertiser. Neighborhood Publications LLC disclaims and denies any and all liability, therefore The publisher Neighborhood Publications LLC assumes no liability with regard to its advertisers for misprints or failure to place advertising in this publication except for the actual cost of such advertising. Although every effort is taken to avoid mistakes and /or misprints in this publication, the publisher assumes no responsibility for any errors of information or typographical mistakes. Under no circumstances shall the publisher be held liable for incidental or consequential damages, inconvenience, loss of business or services, or any other liabilities from failure to publish, or from failure to publish on a timely manner. This is not an official publication of your particular subdivision, (although we print more interesting information and take better photos) and your particular subdivision does not endorse, affiliate or associate itself or its affiliates with this publication. Neighborhood Publications and it’s Associate Publications/Business Interest, whether business or person, do not accept any assumed benefit of the QR Bar Code Readers/Bar Codes, etc. published in any of Neighborhood Publications/Great Local Families Magazine or it’s affiliate publications whether in print or electronic. The publisher is not liable for ANY DAMAGES for failure of the Post Office to deliver the magazine in a timely manner, so long as the publisher has delivered the magazine to said delivery point by the contracted date. All articles and photos in this publication are copyrighted. PUBLISHED BY: Neighborhood Publications, 9337 Spring Cypress Road, Suite 205, Spring, Texas 77379.

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