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Simple Financial Hacks That Work For Busy Families

It’s a fact: raising a family is expensive. According to the latest stats, the average cost of raising one child from birth to their 18th birthday costs parents $233,610. That breaks down to about $1,081 every month per child. Parenthood changes your life in a lot of ways. You’ll face sleepless nights, dirty diapers, and an empty wallet. If you’re one of the many parents struggling to balance their finances, use these life hacks to stay out of the red. Become financially literate Financial

Teaching Your Kids How To Participate In Household Chores

In a world full of distractions like iPads and Nintendo Switches, your children are probably glued to their screens. This rings especially true when it comes time for them to pitch in and clean up the house. If you’ve had to drag them away from watching Steven Universe or playing Breath of the Wild when you needed help with the chores, it’s time you take a more direct approach. Take some time to go over the following tips with your kids. This quick guide can help you instill a sense of responsibility

What is Your Family Planning This Summer?

Is it ever too early to start thinking about summertime plans? For many families, summer is a time of the year to get away from it all. Whether this means school, work, holidays or other things, all families need a break. With that in mind, what is your family planning this summer? From Vacations to Camp, Make it Fun So that your family has the best chance to make it a fun summer, keep these ideas in mind: Vacation – One or more family summer vacations gives all something to

Is Your Young Child Exhibiting Symptoms Of A Language Disorder?

If by preschool age, you find your child is struggling with speaking, if there’s an inability to join words together, or grasp simple grammatical concepts when putting together short sentences, they might be experiencing speech-language delays. These difficulties can manifest in the production of speech, the understanding or comprehension of words, or more subtle challenges. A child for example may be able to follow directions or identify objects when asked, but struggle to produce complex