Students are starting to get their acceptance letters and some of the anxiety that comes with starting college may have already begun. This contributed post lists some great strategies for taking it one step at … Continue reading Surviving The Make-Or-Break Environment Of College
Have you started studying for exams? Great tips in this contributed post to stay on track. Exam season is always a fast-paced moment of our lives. College is a place of discovery, but it’s also … Continue reading Techniques For Taking The Stress Out Of Preparing For Exams
Great tips in this contributed post on how to help your children survive their senior year of high school. I must say I’m finding my sons last year of elementary to be very similar. Once … Continue reading Help Your Kids Survive Senior Year With These Handy Hacks
Do you have an after school routine? There is a lot of talk about morning routines because there is a short amount of time to get everything together and head out the door. An afterschool … Continue reading Sanity Check: The After School Routine
Kids Chore App I discovered a kids chore app that has stopped all of my nagging. It is called Chore Monster. I can’t remember now how I came across it, but I decided to download … Continue reading Kids Chore App That Stops The Nagging
I came across the article today about children and chores. We struggle with chores at my house. I want my child to do chores so he learns responsibility, but something always seems to … Continue reading An Interesting Take on Kids and Chores
When my son was a toddler, he didn’t want to get rid of any of his broken toys or the items he had outgrown. It was very traumatic for him. He wanted to hang … Continue reading How I Got My Child To Let Go Of What He No Longer Needed
A great article by Sarah Cottrell. I have made all of these parenting decisions and they worked out in just about the same way. How about you? What parenting decision did you make that you wish you could take back?