This Week in Local Voices: Job Seeking Suggestions, Health Advice and More

A look at this week's blog posts from around the region.

It's time again for our weekly round up of Patch bloggers in the region. Here's what your neighbors had to say this week. 

Looking for a job? Check out Neighbors helping Neighbors, a peer support network 18 weekly meetings for job seekers across New Jersey. Hoping to work from home? Check out these sources from home-based mompreneur Kate Gilbert

In health tips this week, Chiropractor Dr. Vic Naumov gives advice for kicking the sugar habit and Katerin Rodriguez details how to prevent injuries while running or jogging

Thinking about moving? Local realtors share tips on Mahwah's townhouse market and first-time buyers looking into two-family houses. If you are thinking about selling, follow these tips for amping up your curb appeal

In family-friendly news this week, NNJ Family explores local gem, Van Saun Park. BergenMamma is excited for Westwood's annual shopping event. Hulafrog offers 10 summer camp ideas. Meanwhile Alison Sanna shares tips for celebrating the Week of the Young Child.

Two very thought-provoking posts this week: In Fort Lee, Howard Pearl tackles the topic of religious freedom in this week's Pearls of wisdom. In Fair Lawn, Allan Fineberg talks about undocumented workers. Both posts are worth reading and commenting on.  

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