Top 6 TV Rules for Kids

When you work at home there is always the temptation (both for kids and parents) to let the TV be the babysitter. When there are so many other electronic devices that a child might be using on his or her own, parents can feel comfort in the communal sense of TV viewing. However, too much

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Financial Help for Single Parents

  How to Get Help When You Don’t Qualify for Federal Aid Many hardworking single parents earn “too much” to qualify for benefits like food stamps, but earn too little to actually get by each month. Here are resources that can help make ends meet, including child support, WIC, TANF, food pantries, mortgage assistance, free school lunches, and community

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Safety Rules Kids Should Know

By the time your child is about 6, they are ready to head off to school and as they become a bit more independent it’s imperative that they have a few skills under their belt to help them stay safe.  Knowing these 5 basic safety rules will not only help you feel more comfortable as they go

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How to help your young adult move out

Young adults and millennials are returning home to live with their parents in record numbers. There are many reasons for this. The most prevalent reason for this return to the family nest is the fact that young adults are putting off marriage until later then ever before.It’s a lot easier Living with family instead of

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