This Mother’s Day we’re honoring the second mothers in our lives who have made an impression on us. Their presence has been invaluable and they’re irreplaceable thanks to the life lessons we’ve learned from them!
Spring is finally here! And if you’re a parent of young children, you already know the little ones are more than anxious to get outside and burn off all their extra energy. Help your kids beat the “boredom bug” this spring with these fun-filled activities!
How do you know if becoming a stay-at-home parent is right for you and your family? Before you take the plunge into making home your full-time home base, there are a few key things to consider.
What should you tell your kids about your salary and when? How can you make them understand how much things cost so you can set realistic expectations? We’ve put together a couple of tips to help you out.
Technology has made it easy for novice genealogists to get online and start learning about their family’s history. Genealogy sites have simplified the process, connecting families from all over the world.
When there’s a family dispute over an inheritance or estate, the loss of a loved one can be just the beginning of the emotional turmoil. With a few simple pointers, however, you can be prepared to help smooth out the bumps in the road of loss.
So, mom and dad want to buy another house. You really need to help them out and make sure that what they buy isn’t going to be what they want to sell soon after. There are some important considerations for seniors in the housing market.
Here are six things we can all do to reduce the number of child abductions and eliminate the risk of child trafficking. It starts with educating yourself!
Family is defined differently for everyone, whether it consists of siblings, kids, cousins, friends or pets. Despite the difference in what we call our family, most people agree that their family is the most important part of their life. Here are some ways you could spend $500 on your family.
Losing a family member is difficult enough without having to deal with settling his or her financial affairs after their passing. Ideally, there’s a will to help put those things in order. Sometimes, there isn’t. But even if there is no will, there’s still a way.