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DFW BubbleLife Sunday Edition
 

When you’re a student, fall presents a fresh start. Your school supplies and clothes are new. Your sports team has a clean slate, and you have perfect attendance.

Even if you’re not a student, you deserve a fresh start in the fall. This week, we featured several articles that help you make this year different. You can ease stress in your home and add purpose to your volunteer work; you can make an impact in your family and community. Let real change begin – read these articles to make this week different.

 
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Top Stories of the Week
 

1. Busy Isn’t Always Better: Is Your Student Too Stressed??

Teenage students have fallen victim to the “busy trap,” an addiction to stressful schedules. For students and their over-scheduled parents, free time denotes failure; busyness is better than idleness. But if you climb out of the hazy reality of the busy trap, you’ll see that a demanding schedule is hurting your student. Read the full story to see how you can stop the busy cycle. http://bubly.us/2zYk

 

2. It’s Almost Time To Get Up And Give!

On Sept. 18, local nonprofits will join together to celebrate North Texas Giving Day. All North Texans are encouraged to participate in this online giving event that provides nonprofits the opportunity to gain recognition and donations. Learn more about North Texas Giving Day in the article. http://bubly.us/2zaI

 

3. Meet A Local Non-Stop Advocate

Introducing Cece Cox, the woman behind the first anti-harassment/anti-bullying policy at Dallas Independent School District. As CEO of Resource Center Dallas, Cox has become the definitive leader of the local LGBT civil rights movement. Read about her years of passionate activism in the full story. http://bubly.us/2zaJ

 

4. Providing Critical Care To The Community

During the summer, Lori Stevens helped serve nearly 40,000 meals to local hungry children. Stevens is the seasonal manager at GRACE in Grapevine, overseeing critical programs like Feed Our Kids and Christmas Cottage. Read about Stevens’ commitment to the community in the article. http://bubly.us/2zb7

 

5. Get Away, But Only For A Day

Summer has come and gone, but it’s not too late for an adventure. Last week in Best of BubbleLife, we asked our readers to vote for the best day trip. From dinosaurs at the Perot to exotic animals at Fossil Rim, there’s plenty to see near DFW. See the story for more day trip ideas. http://bubly.us/2zaK

 
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