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)
Find out how preeclampsia affected my pregnancy and birth and what I learned in the process. Educate yourself about possible risk factors and the early warning signs of preeclampsia. It could save both your lives.
The New Childhood: Raising Kids to Thrive in a Connected World by Jordan Shapiro guides parents on how to use digital technology to help their kids be connected—to themselves, their families, and their communities.
Life as an expat certainly has its perks, but getting pregnant and giving birth abroad can provide a whole new set of challenges. A mom of two discusses how each of her pregnancies gave access to different levels of care and offers tips to expats
If you want a no-nonsense, super engaging read, then this book is well worth your time. This certainly is one of the most practical parenting books I’ve read in a long time. So, find yourself a kids-free corner, curl up, and give it a go.
Ingredient lists are an important part of food labels, as highly processed foods contain ingredients you can’t pronounce. Knowing how to decode these ingredients will keep you and your family healthier.