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Sep10
Beyond Allowance: Teaching Teens Money Management

Beyond Allowance: Teaching Teens Money Management

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How to make the transition from full dependency on parents to becoming a young adult who can manage money? Here’s how to start. With allowance and More.

Sep07
School Locker Decoration Mania Trend

School Locker Decoration Mania Trend

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Back-to-school has always meant the purchase of new clothes and new supplies for our kids, but now there’s something else parents might be expected to buy: locker decorations.

Sep04
Ten Steps To Make Moving with Kids Much Easier

Ten Steps To Make Moving with Kids Much Easier

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Ten steps to make moving to a new home (and state) with kids much easier. Advice to help parents and kids.

Sep03
My Rules vs. My Teens’ Style

My Rules vs. My Teens’ Style

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Whenever I think one of my kids is leaving the house looking… not quite the way I might’ve hoped, I try to remind myself that they’re teens now, and it’s good and right for them to make their own choices. But, that doesn’t mean there aren’t any “rules.”

Sep02
Be Flexible – Learning Does Not Have a “Face”

Be Flexible – Learning Does Not Have a “Face”

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The most attractive asset available for homeschooling families is flexibility. Not just the freedom to change what is not working, but releasing the notion that learning, in and of itself, has a “face”.

Aug28
What To Know About Taking Your Kids to Their First “Real” Concert

What To Know About Taking Your Kids to Their First “Real” Concert

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There are obviously a lot of variables that go into when a kid is old enough for his first “real” concert, but in my opinion, 11 or 12 years-old is ideal. Not only are the children probably fans of the artist and know his or her songs by this age, but they’re able to sit still during the boring wait times and they won’t get too exhausted when the hour gets late.

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