How To Survive A Road Trip With Your Kids

A road trip can be a fun way to enjoy a summer vacation with the family. Driving down long stretches of road with the sun on your back can seem idyllic and peaceful, but we all know that’s not the case when there are children are involved. The good news is that it is possible

Financial Guidance to Pass Onto Your Kids

One of the most useful lessons that you can teach to your kids that will stand them in good stead throughout their lives is how to manage their money effectively. As a parent, it is your job to not only pass on this wisdom, but also to set a good example to them which is

FAQ: Teaching Kids To Cross The Street

As a parent, one of your primary roles in life is to prepare your children for the world outside of your home. You have to ensure they get a good education, that they know how to manage their health, and — perhaps most importantly — how to keep themselves safe. A Key Element Of Safety:

How To Handle a Rebellious Teenager

Growing up isn’t an easy thing to do. A lot is being asked of you, you rarely have a deep understanding of how to do it, and at the same time, you’re wrestling with a bunch of emotions that are new – and scary! So it’s no wonder that teenagers can be difficult to manage.

Parenting Duties Don’t End When Your Kids Head Off To College…

College is a wonderful time in your teen’s life. It’s one that allows them to work their way towards the career they want while meeting new people and discovering new passions. Moreover, it’s a period where they will learn to gain independence and maturity as they make the transition into adulthood. Still, that doesn’t mean

Raising Money-Savvy Kids


Money makes the world go round, so it’s never too early to teach children a few tricks to help them survive the financial world they will soon inhabit. The lessons can vary depending on how old your children are, but these are definitely some skills that should not be put off until the week before

5 Tips To Keep Your Kids Safe Online


The time we live in is great in many ways. The technology at our disposal has transformed the way we live our lives (not all changes are positive).   Those of us who have children now have an entire new list of things to worry about.   There are many…many dangers online for children.  Not

The Great Sleepover Adventure

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This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #ConfidentKids #CollectiveBias Do you remember sleepovers as a kid?  I do and they were so much fun.  My first sleepovers were with my cousins and we always had a lot of fun (until we started fighting).  Well, my

Review: Screen Time Parental Control for Android

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Oh how I love technology.  I work in the tech field so I am all about smartphones, tablets, laptops, chromebooks, desktops, and servers.   We also know that kids in general love their electronics.  So my kids have their natural love as kids and then they get another dose from me.  My boys received Android

Buying My 11 Year Old His First Cell Phone

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My wife and I decided to take the plunge and get our 11 year old his own cell phone.  We have been avoiding it and telling him he is too young but literally every other person in his class has one.  Now, I know that’s no reason to buy him one but it did play