Family Fun, Money Saving Tips | Thursday, June 9th, 2016

4 Tips on Saving Money during Summer

Summer is a time for families to do things together and bond, as kids are out of school with little to do, but is also often a financially stressful time for parents because of the money kids typically spend during summer. However, there are many ways to save money during the summer and beyond. Take… View Article

Family Fun, Family Organization, Parenting | Thursday, May 26th, 2016

Nomadic Parenting: 5 Tips to Make Your Family’s Transition Easier

The tickets are booked, visas are secured and a framework itinerary is planned. It seems too good to be true, but you and your family are set to head off for a few months of travel in a matter of weeks. While you couldn’t be more excited for the adventures that await, you are a… View Article

Family Fun, Money Saving Tips | Wednesday, December 30th, 2015

The Budget-Conscious Sports Fan: Catch the Big Game on the Cheap

The biggest fans always make the biggest games, but championships are always the contests that cost the most. Fortunately, you can keep these costs to a minimum if you prepare and plan your trip in advance. Not sure where you can get the best deals? Don’t worry, here’s a guide for budget-conscious sports fans. Game… View Article

Family Fun | Wednesday, October 7th, 2015

Pros and Cons of Homemade and Store-Bought Halloween Costumes

It’s hard to believe, but Halloween is just around the corner. Already stores are filling up with giant bags of candy, pumpkin decorations and colorful costumes. This means it’s time to decide if you want a DIY or store-bought costume. While you might dream of being a Pinterest mom who can transform a giant roll… View Article

Family Fun, Financial Responsibility | Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

Teach Your Child how to Socialize with Money

“The Family is a very important agent of socialization for both factual and emotional uses of money.”** Socialization is the process of learning from others, in various situations and places. It is within the social learning context that we understand the norms of what is right and wrong, identify customs, and learn skills and habits…. View Article

Family Fun, Income and Careers, Parenting | Wednesday, September 16th, 2015

Blogging 101: Help Your Young Writer Create a Blog

Tweet Starting a blog is an excellent way to encourage your child to write, and it also allows her to explore words in a different way than she can using pen and paper. Setting up The purpose of a blog is for your child to share her thoughts, feelings, hopes or dreams online, and there… View Article

Family Fun, Family Organization | Wednesday, July 29th, 2015

Pool Safety and Keeping Your Pool Deck Organized: What’s the Connection?

Tweet The backyard; it’s a source of fun and entertainment for many families, but having a messy pool deck out back can potentially be dangerous for both you and your little ones. From slips and trips to falls and spills, there are quite a few hazards to look out for around the pool. Even the… View Article

College Life, Family Fun, Parenting | Wednesday, July 1st, 2015

3 Things to Teach Your Teen Before Handing Over the Keys

Tweet As a parent, it’s your responsibility to teach your teen to drive and stay safe behind the wheel. This can be a challenge and a nerve-wracking experience since teens are notorious for making snap decisions — and they don’t always use their best judgment. Help your teen make smart driving decisions. Here are three… View Article

College Life, Family Fun | Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

Give a Memorable Experience to Your New Grad

Tweet As high school comes to a close, your graduate is looking to the future with big dreams, ambitions and new endeavors. Instead of giving him or her cash or material goods, feed your teen’s desire for adventure by providing an experience. Whether solo or with the whole family, experiences create memories that last a… View Article

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