This post has been sponsored by Disney Book Group. All opinions are 100% mine. “Mom, we should totally go on this road trip!” In April, my son discovered a 30 day “ultimate” U.S. road trip on Facebook and wanted to do it THIS summer. “Hey buddy, that sounds cool but I’m not sure if it’s do-able.” A thousand requests from him and two months later,
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and Gold Peak Tea. All opinions are mine alone. #MyGoldPeak #CollectiveBias The summer’s coming to an end and I’m all nostalgic for summers past. There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned picnic with iced tea and all the fixin’s to bring the summer to a close. Unplugging from technology is a great way to get the family to
Inside: My kids weren’t doing their chores … same for you? Get this free printable chore chart and my system for motivating the kids to do their chores and stop fighting about it. No one wants to do chores, especially our kids. Chores are an honorable way to teach kids responsibility, to hold themselves accountable for their space, and make sure they understand that we
This post is sponsored by Chase Slate. I’m part of the Mom It Forward Influencer Network. All opinions are my own. Growing up, I learned a lot of the wrong lessons about credit. Now, we want to make sure that the lessons we’re teaching our kids about credit will help them avoid mistakes and be more knowledgeable about credit decisions and scores. And we’re not alone.
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #doingthe99 #99yourschoolyear #CollectiveBias We got the list of school supplies from the elementary school this week and it is really long. Have you gotten the same HUGE list from your schools this year? I headed to the 99 Cents Only Store, our one-stop shop for amazing deals on
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #KeepingMomsCool #CollectiveBias Teaching the kids how to choose healthy snacks and meals is so important to helping them grow into adults who make smart choices. We’re working with our son Matthew to teach him how to make better choices at meals and snack times by using a printable snack
How does “mom wisdom” show up in what you teach your kids? Because I grew up in a house with two cultures, I got a variety of wisdom from several different viewpoints from my mom and my grandparents. In my family, there was a disconnect between the experiences of my mom’s family and my dad’s family. On the one hand, we had the White middle