What Parents Need To Know About Mobile Gaming for Their Kids

What Parents Need To Know About Mobile Gaming for Their Kids

Our kids have adopted mobile devices faster than we can blink but just because they understand how to work these devices doesn’t mean they know everything. One of the most popular things for kids to do on smartphones and tablets is to play games. You may not have to teach them how to actually play the game, but you still … Continue Reading →
Light Therapy to Fight Acne with illuMask

Light Therapy to Fight Acne with illuMask

I hate pimples, well I guess everyone hates them really. At 45 I would have thought I would be done with acne, but no, I still get pimples even at my age. It is not nearly as bad as when I was a teenager though thank goodness. Nevertheless, it is still annoying. Most of us have tried all sorts of … Continue Reading →
Using Photos for Writing Prompts for Kids, Teens, and Adults

Using Photos for Writing Prompts for Kids, Teens, and Adults

During summer break kids, of all ages, can really get creative with their writing. I’ve done a few posts with lists of writing prompts for diaries, journals, and stories, 83 Teen Writing Prompts and 77 More Teen Writing Prompts. Today I want to share another great way to get minds thinking by using photos as writing prompts. There is no right … Continue Reading →
Do your kids know what to do in a vehicle emergency?

Do your kids know what to do in a vehicle emergency?

We are a nation of on-the-go people. On average, Americans spend 541 hours per year in a car. That’s a lot of time spent, even if you are a child just riding in the car. There are approximately 5.25 million driving accidents per year – yikes! Now add to that vehicle emergencies that are not actual accidents and that number … Continue Reading →
Tips for Keeping Your Kids Safer Online

Tips for Keeping Your Kids Safer Online

My son is now 20 and out on his own. Growing up he has always been immersed in the digital world though because I am so much. There have been so many changes with the internet since he was little and I had to stay on top of these changes through the years. All parents and caregivers need to have … Continue Reading →
Learn about illuMask at #FightAcne Twitter Party

Learn about illuMask at #FightAcne Twitter Party

Disclosure: I am being compensated for sharing this information and participating in the Twitter chat. Opinions are my own. So who of us does not remember the dreaded acne of teenage years? I had very bad acne as a teenager and it was a constant battle. My son had acne as a teen as well, but thankfully not nearly like … Continue Reading →
Going Beyond the Driving Test and Win a Set of Michelin Tires

Going Beyond the Driving Test and Win a Set of Michelin Tires

Disclosure: I have been compensated by SheBuysCars and Michelin to be a part of the #SafeTires and Safe Teen Driving Initiative. When our kids get to driving age we worry about lots of things… will our child be a safe driver? will our child make good decisions about driving? will our child’s friends be safe drivers? As parents, we help … Continue Reading →
INFOGRAPHIC: Get a College Degree Without Breaking the Bank

INFOGRAPHIC: Get a College Degree Without Breaking the Bank

There has been a lot of talk about college in the last couple of days with President Obama’s idea for free community college. I am for that idea and think it would benefit a great many students. Since that plan is not in place yet I found this week’s infographic which talks about getting a college degree without breaking the … Continue Reading →