How to Raise Entrepreneurial Kids

How to Raise Entrepreneurial Kids

Independent, creative and tenacious. These are the qualities I think about when asked to describe an entrepreneur. Raising entrepreneurial kids is something all parents should strive to achieve. For as long as I can remember, I’ve had an entrepreneurial spirit inside...
How to Have a Positive Potty Training Experience

How to Have a Positive Potty Training Experience

It’s official. You’ve reached that point in parenthood that every parent dreads: The Potty Training Stage. Regardless of whether you’re a mom to a girl or boy, potty training is never easy. If you don’t think that sentence applies to you, please tell us your secrets!...
Video: How To Teach Kids to Budget: Important Life Skills

Video: How To Teach Kids to Budget: Important Life Skills

Money management is an important skill we all need to learn. To give them a head start in the world you can, and should teach kids to budget now! Teaching them at an early age is extremely beneficial. Because unfortunately, many of us don’t figure it out until...
How To Teach Your Kids To Save Money

How To Teach Your Kids To Save Money

As parents, one thing we should know or want to know is how to teach your kids to save money. When children grow up without understanding the consequences of excessive spending, they can be heading down the slope of debt problems and bankruptcy. On the contrary, those...
5 Must Read Bedtime Stories for Kids

5 Must Read Bedtime Stories for Kids

Bedtime reading is such a precious time. It has always been the pause at the end of our day, and I always take the opportunity to learn more about each of my 3 kids’ days.  Although we always mix it up, in our house we have 5 go to bedtime stories for kids. Now that...
Kid’s Chores- How To Organize On School Nights

Kid’s Chores- How To Organize On School Nights

School nights can be hard, making kid’s chores sometimes impossible to get completed. Our kids are up early, they spend an entire day at school, and their jobs aren’t done when they get home. My twin daughters are in third grade.  Not only do they have a decent...