By: Tanvi Maharaja With the tax season upon us, some of my friends were discussing investments. There are plenty of options to choose from: investment in your retirement, your kids’ education, a health fund, etc. I believe that some money should be put aside as Special Investments: the Special being You. Here are my top … More 3 Wellness Investments You Should Start Making
Parents and caregivers of children 5th grade and over should make plans to attend this free presentation on recognizing the symptoms of substance abuse in kids. Don’t think that it couldn’t happen to your child; prepare yourself today!
By: Deirdre Littlefield Let me begin by saying I believe in education. My oldest son recently graduated college and was fortunate enough to have a job in his field waiting for him. My youngest son just turned four; he has two years until kindergarten. Everywhere we go, people ask where he goes to school. People … More I Just Want To Go To Playground School, Mom
By: Mike Stanger The graduation ceremony is over. The cake is cut. Congratulations echo all around. And, then it comes. The ubiquitous question finds its way to the ears of all the recent grads: “Are you going to college?” Many answer quickly and proudly that, indeed, they are. They then go into the details about the … More Dad to Grads: No College? No Problem!
By: Heather O’Neill I work in special education and I spend most of my days trying to build kids up. Trying to make them understand that what they view as the impossible is possible. Trying to give them a light at the end of a sometimes very long, very dark tunnel. And with one statement, … More Planning for the Future
By: Mary Morris When I entered the contest for the mom blog, I sort of bragged about how my fancy journalism degree was collecting dust somewhere. And boy was it ever! It got me to thinking that not acknowledging my life B.C. – before children, was maybe not the healthiest thing to do. There is … More Importance of Goals
By: Tanya Pimental My kindergartener loves to learn. I sometimes have to encourage her to just have fun. She asks how to spell things for the books she is writing. The other day she had me write author and illustrator for her to complete her cover page. It amazes me to see her learning to … More Sight Words