Back in April, I told you that you shouldn’t let your kids learn alone. Today is our first day of our new school year, and in keeping with the spirit of that blog post, I’m trying to take a new approach to our school day. As my kids get older, they are more and more … Continue reading Setting the learning example
If you follow me on Facebook or Twitter, then you probably already know about this. But it’s so exciting that I just have to share it again. What you may or may not know is that, once upon a time, I did some freelance writing. Well, actually, I still do on occasion, but given everything … Continue reading I’ve been quoted in a book!
For many single parents, money is often an issue. Maybe your ex isn’t paying the child support that they were ordered to pay, or your rent’s gone up but your pay hasn’t, or you were out of the workforce for years and now that you’ve returned, you’re basically starting over, both skills- and salary-wise. Regardless … Continue reading Is it worth investing in an ereader?
I like to try to find gifts to buy my kids that can double with an educational purpose – bonus points if they don’t realize what I’m doing. Today, I thought I’d share a few of the things I’ve bought them in past years that were big hits and also had that educational side (I’d … Continue reading Buying educational gifts for Christmas