Your Family Today
is an editorially independent online resource for parents who want advice on raising happy, healthy kids. It features simple and delicious recipes for meals and snacks; creative games and activities; and important family health information.
Gail Belsky is an editorial consultant and writer, as well as an adjunct professor of journalism. A 12-year veteran of women’s publications, she was a senior editor at Parents magazine and an executive editor at both Working Mother magazine and Time Inc.’s custom publishing division, where she created and edited two women’s service magazines for Target stores. Belsky worked on the launch of Time Inc.’s All You magazine and was an editorial consultant at Meredith Corp., where she created four custom publications for American Baby magazine. Most recently, she wrote a book for women, entitled The List: 100 Ways to Shake Up Your Life.
Natalia Macrynikola is an associate editor at Studio One Networks, which publishes Your Family Today. She has worked on a broad range of programs, ensuring quality in content and style.
Peg Rosen has contributed to numerous magazines and Web sites, including More, Self, Redbook, Real Simple, Parents, Family Circle, American Baby, ParentCenter and WebMD. She blogs at Relish-This.Blogspot.com.
Sarah Mahoney is a contributing editor at Parents and Prevention magazines. Her work also appears regularly in Family Circle and Good Housekeeping.
Nancy Kalish has written for many publications, including Parenting, Parents, Real Simple, Reader's Digest, More, Health, Prevention, Self and Fitness. She is the co-author of The Case Against Homework: How Homework Is Hurting Our Children and What We Can Do About It.
Susan Herr is a recipe developer, editor and food stylist who has worked for both national publications and commercial clients.
Aviva Patz has written for many national publications such as Parents, Parenting, Health, Self, Redbook and Marie Claire.
Patricia Berry is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in Working Mother, This Old House, New Jersey Life and The New York Times.
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