Learning how to manage your money at a young age is a life lesson that we should all learn. You don’t have to teach your toddlers how to do taxes just yet, but teaching your kids about money and how it works will help them manage their money better as adults. There are so many fun and unique ways to help teach your kids about money!
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School is out in just 2 more weeks. While everyone is excited for lazy summer days it also means I need to prepare to bring my A-game as a Mom.
No school means no strict schedule so before the kids think they can do whatever they want I need to set some boundaries.
When you are expecting, you spend lots of time mulling over names for your baby. Baby girl and baby boy nicknames can be fun to use for your little one.
In fact, plenty of time is spent on selecting what you believe to be the best official name for your baby. While the official name is important because it is what everyone will call your little one, cute nicknames for baby girls and baby boys have a different kind of importance.
Choosing a nickname for your baby is a unique experience. Your baby’s nickname will be something for you and your loved ones to share, creating a special bond between your family and the new addition. Check out Cool Nicknames for Aunts and Uncles and Fun Nicknames for Grandma and Grandpa for these special people in your life.
Do you love checking off To-Do lists? The FlyLady App fits right into that need to check off small tasks. I am a big fan of the FlyLady system. If you are wanting to learn the basics without the app then check out this post: Learning to Fly with the FlyLady.
I am always looking for easy ways to keep up with all the daily tasks to keep up with the house chores. My small lists and papers end up cluttering up the counter so I decided to try out the FlyLady App.
Hockey is a fantastic sport. Great exercise, fun to play, plus super competitive for kids and adults. Unfortunately one of the downsides of hockey is all the equipment. It is amazing how important it is to keep things dry and organized so here are my favorite hockey equipment storage ideas.
This is part of my series on Sports Equipment Storage Ideas.
There are so many great and unique nicknames for Aunts and Uncles out there. Some can be incredibly creative, like Zia for Aunt and Unkie for Uncle, while the classics like Aunt and Uncle have stood the test of time. These go hand-in-hand with our lists of Cute Nicknames for baby girls and baby boys and Nicknames for Grandma and Grandpa.
The truth is, there is probably no one in the world who will be as excited to be there for your little one like an Aunt or Uncle. Many of us have precious memories that revolve around our Aunts and Uncles. Whether they were a close family friend or a parent’s sibling, these experiences are always exciting and always a little bit cooler than hanging out with your own parents.
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My kids get so tired of the same lunch every day yet when I try to send something new they revolt. Are you in the same boat? I need some new ways to make their lunch box exciting but I am not crafty. I need easy, no fuss ways to mix up the presentation a little.
We have gathered ideas from friends, sisters and good old Google to help us mix it up a little for our kids. And trust me…I am not into making crazy character bento boxes. I wish I was that talented but it isn’t something I chose to put effort into making.
Are you looking for the game-changer for keeping your house clean? FlyLady is a system of simple daily quick tasks to keep your house under control and guest-worthy.
I have used this system for years and am not sponsored in any way but want to share because the whole system was eye-opening for me when I first discovered it.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve lived in chaos.
My dining room table is a war zone of school papers I need to look through, junk mail and fast food condiments. My nightstand is a disaster area, with me battling every night to find a clear surface to wedge my water glass into. The living room looks like a toy factory had a G.I. bug. The kitchen always needs to be cleaned from the last meal before I can prepare the current meal.
What I didn’t know was that I was that I was actually living in C.H.A.O.S.: Can’t Have Anyone Over Syndrome. How did this happen? I try so hard every day to at least make a dent in this clutter and go to bed every night feeling like a failure. I go over to friends’ homes and they say “Excuse the mess!” as they gesture towards an unfolded blanket on the sofa and a book on the floor. Why do I struggle so hard to accomplish what everyone else seems to do so naturally?
There is nothing like waking up late and running to try to get ready and not being able to find your simple things to get ready. Brush, toothbrushes, hair ties, make-up all needs to have a place. With these simple bathroom storage hacks we can make sure you can find everything you need quickly.
Tennis is such a great lifetime sport. While my kids are mainly into soccer I also try to make sure they play lifetime sports such as tennis, golf and swim during their off seasons. Since we are playing more often, I needed to find some Tennis Racquet Storage Ideas to keep all the equipment organized. With athletic kids I am all about sports equipment storage ideas.
With multiple kids racquets plus my own bag I need to keep it up off the floor of the garage. I also like to store multiple cans of balls so we are ready to play.
Here are my favorite storage hacks.
Tennis Racquet Storage Ideas So You Are Ready To Play
1.Racquet Rack – this rack can store multiple racquets plus a couple cans of balls. It will even hold the balls without the can. I like this because my boys will play in our driveway and can just grab a single ball.
2. Nail – This is my husbands no-fuss, no-cost method. For my younger kids cheap junior racquets we just stick it up on a nail. It is at their height so they can have access to the racquets without asking us for help.
3. Ball hopper – I like to keep a ball hopper for all the extra balls. It is easy to take to our neighborhood courts and get some serve practice all by myself. This is the mini version which is perfect.
4. Table Tennis Storage – If you have a table tennis or Ping Pong table you know it doesn’t come with a place to store the paddles and balls. Here is a great solution.
Tennis is one of my favorite sports. I play and enjoy watching it on TV. With all of our family’s tennis balls and racquets I needed some tennis racquet storage ideas.
I highly suggest teaching your kids some lifetime sports so they can enjoy being active their whole lives.
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