8 GoodLifeFamilyMag.com MARCH | APRIL 2019 GOODTO GO 41 Summer Camps Planning Guide The Go-To Source for Parents of Kids Tweens to Twenties MARCH | APRIL CONTENTS goodLIFEfamily LIVE. LEARN. LAUGH. REPEAT. Everyefforthasbeenmadetoauthenticatetheinformationcontainedonthesepages.Shouldyoufindanerror,omissionorissuewiththecontent,pleasecontactus.Theopinionsandexpressionscontained herein are those of the myriad of specialists and of parents and children who were willing to offer their input, and are not necessarily endorsed or shared by the staff or ownership of Good Life Family or its parent company, SLP & Company, LLC. AND MUCH MORE! “I know what it’s like to wear the shackles of shame that so often accompany this crime. When you break free from those shackles, you want others to be free, too.” Jenna Quinn on why she is dedicated to speaking up about child abuse | Pg 12 GOOD ADVICE 16 Knowing Yourself in 2019 Answer these 7 questions to grow into your best you 18 Blended Bliss Sage advice for successful blended families 50 Embracing Learning Differences 4 critical strategies for parents of kids with ADHD 56 Money Management Advice to get your kids financially ready for college 58 Sandwiched Between Teens and Aging Parents? Here’s some smart legal counsel you NEED to know GOOD HEALTH 26 Tips to Stop Mosquito-Borne Illnesses 38 It’s the Sneezing Season How to know if it’s a cold, allergies or sinusitis 52 Myths about Cutting GOOD EATS 34 Al Fresco Dining 10 spots to plant yourself this spring 68 Good Eats Dining Guide Check out our editors’favorite dining destinations GOOD PEOPLE 61 The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From The Tree Meet 4 young adults who are proudly following in their parent’s footsteps GOOD LOOKS 28 Spring Break Fashion Trends Stylist Amy Levenson Krumholz helps you refresh and renew your wardrobe GOOD IDEAS 20 Spring Spruce Up Tips to clear the clutter 22 Home is Where Your Yard Is Tips for creating a backyard paradise “Helping the kids through the game that I love has been so fulfilling. I’ll do this ‘til I die, and then my kids will.” TJ Cline on following in his mom, Nancy Lieberman’s very big footsteps | PAGE 64