Doesn’t matter what your kid does during the long days of summer to entertain himself, the fact remains that there are things that need to be done around the house and your teen is the only one NOT working to make those things happen. Continue reading Summer Chore List for Your Teenager
As we were talking about our fondest summer memories, we thought it might be fun to give you some great nostalgic ideas for how to bring back those memories for yourself and create some new ones for younger members of your family. Continue reading 20 Nostalgic Summer Fun Ideas
A Forbes article from 2013 said people spend 40% less on Father’s Day than they do on Mother’s Day. Are moms just more economical when it comes to spending for dads? Are dads more extravagant? Is it the kids that need to shower mom with more than dad? Continue reading The Father’s Day Spending Gap
Even on days when it is hard to do it — there is always one good thing that happened and the exercise of identifying it can help bring your life into better focus. Continue reading One Good Thing: Picking A Moment A Day To Celebrate
Spring means rain — which means you need ideas on how to keep yourself and the kids happy when it might feel dreary outside. Continue reading Having Fun on a Rainy Day
Weight loss is still the number one resolution for 2017 but we think that’s not what you should resolve to do this year. Continue reading You’ve Got The WRONG Resolution!
Here are some good eats and fun treats in 20+ Get My PERKS cities this week. Continue reading Great November PERKS in 20+ Cities…Find Yours!
You might have heard this story on the radio this morning but if you needed ANOTHER reason to avoid that scary clown costume, here it is… Continue reading Please: Don’t Be A Scary Clown!
It’s heartbreaking as a parent when your child says he is being bullied. It shouldn’t stand! We’re helping promote National Bullying Prevention Month. Continue reading National Bullying Prevention Month