Family Fun, Parenting | Friday, September 7th, 2018

Keep Your Kids Safe Online: Teach Them the Right Habits Early On

There’s no way to prevent online dangers, threats, and nuisances. As a parent, the best you can do is teach your child how to avoid those dangers and stay safe while they’re online. While you can utilize safety controls and features to block them from visiting specific sites, at some point, your kids are going… View Article

Financial Responsibility, Parenting | Friday, August 31st, 2018

How Pets Can Teach Kids Financial Lessons

Pets can teach our children a number of important life lessons, including how to love and care for someone who is dependent on our care, patience and a good sense of responsibility. As it turns out, our four-legged friends can also help teach our children some pretty important lessons about money. While financial concepts can… View Article

Family Organization, Parenting | Thursday, August 16th, 2018

4 Ways to Teach Your Kids Solid Safety Habits Around the House

As a parent, it goes without saying that you want your kiddos to be safe and secure at all times. While the onus of this responsibility has probably fallen on you over the years — things like checking to be sure the doors are locked at night, installing security camera systems and more — now… View Article

Family Organization, Parenting | Monday, July 23rd, 2018

3 Ways to Improve your Family Dynamic

Is your family is so busy? Is it hard not to feel like ships passing in the night? Between work, grocery runs, soccer practice, the gym, voice lessons, violin instruction, swim team and finals, you and your family are overscheduled and exhausted. The nonstop activity can make it tricky to find time to reconnect together…. View Article

Parenting | Tuesday, February 20th, 2018

Simple Ways Your Family can Save on Dental Care

As the cost of dental care rises, families need to reevaluate their dental care approach. Having a healthy oral routine is not only good for your family’s health, but it is also a great way to stay within your budget. With the right plan, you will steer clear of emergencies and unexpected medical expenses. Below… View Article

Family Fun, Parenting | Wednesday, November 29th, 2017

A Guide to Parental Controls for Your Child’s Digital Devices

Your child greatly benefits from the use of digital devices. Devices and their apps can support your child’s learning, create channels for parent-child communication and also entertain your kids. However, digital tools also grant your kids access to apps and content that can lead to serious repercussions. If you don’t want your kid to make… View Article

Family Organization, Financial Responsibility, Parenting | Friday, September 29th, 2017

Family Finance: How to deal with impacts of divorce

Source: Going through a divorce is never easy, and yet, sometimes that’s the only action left to take. Separating physically is one thing and it certainly takes its toll on both parties involved, but separating finances is a whole other ballgame. Each situation is different and requires our full attention so there aren’t any… View Article

College Life, Parenting | Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017

Expanding Your Teen’s Horizons with International Travel

Travel is very important to a growing child and international travel doubly so. Exposing a child or teen to new cultures and experiences helps them learn and develop communication skills, critical thinking skills and more. Former U.S. Secretary of Commerce, Penny Pritzker, encourages her children to travel abroad “not simply for fun, but to develop… View Article

Family Organization, Money Saving Tips, Parenting | Thursday, August 17th, 2017

Back to School Advice for Families

We’re quickly approaching end of August…it’s that time of year again! Summer is wrapping up and families are gearing up for the fall when everyone goes back to school. This time can be difficult because children would much rather continue their days at the pool or summer camp than inside a classroom. As for parents,… View Article

Financial Responsibility, Parenting, Planning & Money Management | Monday, August 7th, 2017

3 Ways to Help Loved Ones and Friends with Big Life Decisions

When friends and family are faced with making big life decisions, it can sometimes feel like you need to step in and offer your own two cents. Lending moral support can go a long way, but always acting as a crutch may not help them in future decision-making. Remember, while you may experience the same… View Article

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