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How To Teach Children About Money
Encourage goal setting. Have your child make a wish list along with a deadline: a skateboard by the end of the summer, a bike by the end of the year.
It's Never Too Late To Get Your High School Diploma
Itís never too late to get your high school diploma. In fact, some pretty famous people never made it through high school but instead took the GED exam. The stigma that was once attached to the GED is no more.
Reading to Relax
Generally "getting a little R&R" means rest and relaxation, but it can also mean reading and relaxation. Reading an enjoyable novel in the evening or at night before to go to bed can take your mind away from the frustrations of the day.
Happy St. Patrick's Day
St. Patrickís Day is celebrated on March 17 and in much of the world it is treated as a day of drinking and revelry. However, until the 1970s there was a mandate that ordered pubs closed on March 17 in Ireland
Want A Better Complexion? Look In Your Refrigerator
Your mother was right. What you eat really does affect your complexion. In her book Smart Medicine for Your Skin, dermatologist Jeanette Jacknin pinpoints which foods to eat to combat specific skin conditions.
Safety For The Whole House
Every year about 30,000 fatal accidents occur in peopleís homes, tragic events that were largely preventable. Making your home accident-proof isnít hard. It just takes a bit of time and some light handyman work.
Teach Your Child To Solve Problems
Problem-solving is a skill that's applicable to all facets of your children's lives--from school work to relationships.
Home Improvement Safety Reminders
More than 4 million people who undergo home improvement projects get injured each year.
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! He Never Gave Up
Have you read the catchy lines of Green Eggs and Ham or The Cat in the Hat out loud so many times to your children that youíve come to either adore or resent the man who wrote them?
The Family CFO The Couple's Business Plan for Love and Money - Book Review
The concept of this book is that couples can and should run the financial side of their homes like a business. One of the first things The Family CFO authors do is to help couples get past the idea of not talking and sharing personal information about money.
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