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Renee Kemper

Mother of two active almost-grown-up teenagers, living in Arkansas with her Husband, she and her family are energetic outdoor enthusiasts. They can be found Camping, Hiking, Kayaking, and always finding new ways to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors. A country girl at heart, but living in the middle of town, she has found creative ways to make the best of both worlds. Founder of and contributing author of The Mom Quilt and The Mom Village, she writes and blogs about food, family, working from home, and their many adventures.

Saving money is critically important in today’s society. Unfortunately, a majority of adults are still struggling with high levels of debt and lack of a personal budget to help save for the future. For the past decade, Ad Council and AICPA’s Feed the Pig campaign has been working to improve financial literacy among Americans by …

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Since April is World Autism Month, I’ve decided to #LightItUpBlue to increase understanding and awareness of autism. We don’t just support autism one month out of the year, but all year long, every year. This month is set aside to bring awareness to those who are not familiar with autism and the challenges that children …

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