“Did Mika eat his lunch today?” “Was Johnny mean to his friends again?” “Did Anna take a nap?” I used to be a preschool teacher. Those were the types of questions that I answered every day when parents came to pick up their little ones. Of course, I was glad
I’ll cut to the chase here. I have a college degree. Two of them, actually. One’s an AA in Elementary Education; the other, a BA in English. I also own a freelance writing business. You could assume that my English degree helped get me to where I am today as
I’ve always been a planner. I thrive on organization and knowing what’s coming next. With that being said, I’m not a big surprise person. Until this year. It’s now 2018. A new year with new goals. As you may know already, I just finished up my first full year as
I did it! I can proudly say I’ve made it past my first year as a full-time freelancer (plus two months!). Hallelujah! This is quite an accomplishment, especially from a worry-wart like myself. I’m one of those people that worries about things before they even happen. You can imagine how much I’ve
A Home Based Business with No Money Necessary? If you would like to start your very own home-based business, and you want to do so without spending any money to get it started, then this one’s for you. There are multiple ways almost anyone can start a home-based business without
September is technically National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. But, as parents, we probably should focus on childhood obesity every month, right? Still, it’s important to bring awareness to such an important subject. As pant sizes in the United States keep getting larger, so do our kiddos. Their weight as kids
I have an almost-13-year-old daughter. Her growing up is one of the scariest things in the world for me. I see how kids treat each other. Girls, especially, can be brutal. My daughter has always had the confidence to stand up in front of her class and give a presentation.
Have you heard of the organization, MomsRising? If not, you soon will. On August 7th, members of the organization are going to pack up their babies in their strollers and head over to the offices of government officials to hand deliver letters, according to the press release. The letters will
I think most people have this vision in their heads of what working from home means. Rolling out of bed at whatever time you wish. Strolling into the kitchen to grab a cup of coffee. Still in your pajamas, you make your way to your desk and leisurely begin work.
Dads get a lot of flack. In America alone, 24 million children grow up without their dads. It’s not only sad, it’s horrific. But, not all dads fit the statistics. Some dads are single parents, too, through no choice of their own. Others are amazing daddies who act like adults