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.
Thanksgiving is quickly approaching, and if you’re hosting the dinner this year, it’s time to start planning. That’s why I’ve put together a helpful Thanksgiving checklist to relieve some of the stress. There’s even a downloadable PDF version so you can check it off as you go!
As 2014 draws to a close, flu season is just getting started. How do flu vaccines work? Should you get them? And what could happen if you get, or choose not to get, a flu shot?
Kids have been in school for a little over a month now, and that means it’s nearly time to meet with your child’s teacher. How can you make the most of the limited amount of time allotted for discussing your child’s progress?
It’s no surprise that kids’ Halloween costumes are expensive, ranging anywhere from $30 to $60! So, how do you make sure your child has a fun Halloween experience without spending upwards of $50? Make a costume yourself!
Pumpkins are usually the star this time of year. We pick them at pumpkin patches, buy pumpkin desserts and think of clever ways to decorate them for our homes. Pumpkins reign supreme, but they aren’t the only fall food out there! Let’s take a look at a few different kinds of squashes and gourds that you can use for cooking or decorating this fall.
Are you having a baby? Here’s a handy, downloadable PDF with a list of 50 essential items you’ll need for your new baby. Whether you’re sorting through your baby shower gifts or drafting your shopping list, these tips may help you figure out what you need most.
Let’s face it: We live in a technology-dominated world. In the spirit of unplugging and reconnecting with the ones you love, here are some ideas for you and your family to enjoy a vacation with minimal technological interferences.
With our society constantly increasing the importance and integration of technology in our modern lives, it is necessary that every family remains vigilant to protect the people and assets that matter most.