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30 Days to Life Success Giveaway! Ends 8/6

This Little Parent Stayed Home is hosting a Fan Giveaway!   This Week's Giveaway:   Speaker, business strategist, and life coach, Jennifer…

Started by Roz Kirby Walker

0 Aug 2, 2012

Chief Daddy Officer Giveaway - Apply Business Skills to the Business of Parenting & Personal Relationships

This Little Parent Stayed Home is hosting a Fan Giveaway!   This Week's Giveaway!   Entrepreneur, business leader, international speaker, a…

Started by Roz Kirby Walker

0 Jul 26, 2012

HAVE A BODY & A BRAIN? THEN YOU'RE A LEADER - HERE’S TO BECOMING A GREAT ONE!

This Little Parent Stayed Home is hosting a Fan Giveaway!   This Week's Giveaway!   Dori Klass is a professional coach who specializes in p…

Started by Roz Kirby Walker

0 Jul 19, 2012

Great Giveaway for Parents with College-Bound Kids - Low Entries!!

This Little Parent Stayed Home is hosting a Fan Giveaway!   Dr. Nancy Berk is an award-winning humorist who puts life on the couch for a l…

Started by Roz Kirby Walker

0 Jun 22, 2012

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