Let’s Make Sure Halloween’s Not That Scary This Year!

Let’s face it: 2020 is pretty exhausting – and scary. Going outside with a mask on can make you feel like a character from a movie— say Jason Voorhees or Michael Meyers? Staying home in quarantine for so long can make you feel like a ghost. And now, with apples being picked and the fall […]

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How We Choose To Act During Coronavirus Will Define Us

By Madeline Marzano-Lesnevich, Esq. – Published in Primerus’s LADY JUSTICE, July 2020 Edition See The Publication

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Remote Learning During COVID-19

Welcome Back to School! Please turn on your webcam. Even with a late Labor Day on Monday, September 7th, August is when our thoughts traditionally turn to back-to-school. Of course, this year, due to the ongoing pandemic, more and more schools in New Jersey are starting either with a hybrid of in-person and online learning […]

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Caught In a Divorce During Coronavirus

Being With Your Spouse 24/7 – And/Or Starting to Reopen In the last few weeks, a pair of articles in The New York Times has caught my eye: “Missing the Partner You See 24/7,” and “Tackling Reopening Choices As a Couple.” Even in a state like New Jersey, which thankfully hasn’t seen a reoccurrence of […]

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Back to School During COVID-19

Back to School – With a Lot of Questions Yes, it’s summer— and most children do not like thinking about going back to school when it is still summer! There’s still so much to enjoy of summer, and you may find my blog posts on enjoying (or enduring) this particular summer here and here. Soon […]

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Summer Sun – And Summer Burnout

How to Work From Home With Kids Tired, stressed, angry— burnt-out. The summer sun’s out, the school’s out, and parents are burnt-out. That was the takeaway in an interesting piece The New York Times published recently, and honestly, who couldn’t relate? With various states in various stages of reopening (and re-closing), many of us are […]

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