You only have to look at some of the wealthiest people in the world in the last decade or two (Bill Gates, Steve Jobs etc.) to realise that a college degree is not the only route to job satisfaction and a financially rewarding career. In many instances, vocational careers that allow you to start your (more)
Both ideas are great. We have 529s for our kids and are constantly encouraging our family to contribute there instead of buying more toys, etc. Have you looked into a "round up" savings option? Some personal savings accounts offer this service or you could use something like Acorns. But basically, the program "rounds up" your (more)
Studies have found connections between childhood trauma and addiction. Limiting adverse childhood experiences or ACEs is the most cost-effective approach, especially for children growing up with drug addicted parents.
Baby proofing ensures child safety hence minimizing the danger of potential household injuries. While it’s tempting to pen our kids in padded areas with zero risks, they still need space—and encouragement—to explore and learn new skills.
If you think your toddler is the only one who needs to establish a daily routine, think again. Your school-aged kids also need to have a daily schedule that can guide them on when and how things should be done.
Did you know you can experience false labor pains as early as the 2nd trimester? Many women experience Braxton Hicks contractions during pregnancy, so knowing the difference between false and true labor pains can help as you get closer to your due date.
Why is taking a break and taking care of ourselves as moms so hard? Mostly we believe we don’t need breaks and we feel guilty too. If you’re going to be a great parent you need to look after yourself too.