Use this free printable Babysitter Information Sheet to help you share the information to keep your children & the babysitter safe & give you peace of mind.
Managing your finances when you’re on your own can be a challenge. The free best budget worksheet for graduates & bonus free printables will get you started.
These simple tips make it possible to have the best shower caddy in college, one that really works for you and makes dorm life easier.
Set the goal of establishing responsibility and independence in your children with these Back-to-School Morning Routine free printables and tips.
Teaching children about saving money is one of the critical life skills parents should teach. Use this free printable My Saving Money Chart to help.
Eight tips to encourage lifelong learning in STEM subjects from a parent educator and mother of three. Parents can encourage an interest in science, technology, engineering and math or “STEM” in their children by making simple choices.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Finest Hours for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. My family is always excited for a family movie night. But as the mother of three and a parent educator, it’s always been important to me to carefully choose the movies we see togetherKeep Reading…
Learning about the unexpected and hidden costs of college will help you and your student plan for and obtain financial aid for college that you need.
Thanks to the Follett Corporation for sponsoring this post. As always, all opinions are my own. #FallBackToSchool As a mother of three, I’ve helped my children with homework for over 30 years combined. Whew! As a parent educator I’ve taught many classes for parents sharing tips to help with homework without doing the homework yourself.Keep Reading…
I’m a bit old fashioned when it comes to technology. I believe that it’s important for parents to set boundaries on their children’s use of technology. Gasp! I know. I’m not so old fashioned that I don’t embrace the communication advantages (like staying in touch with your college student) and access to infinite information (and blogs)Keep Reading…