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How Not to Talk to Your Kid About Money #Ad

I know that title is a bit deceiving, but after reading Make Your Kid a Money Genius (Even If You’re Not) by Beth Kobliner I learned more about the things I was saying wrong than right! I don’t want you to focus on what you’re saying and doing wrong but more about ways to learn how to do it right. Beth Kobliner gives very insightful “teachable moments” for parents on how to really give your kids the knowledge they will need going into their little lives starting at three years…

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7 Ways to Make Your Kid a Money Genius #Ad

The thought of making my kids money genius is so foreign to me.  I mean, ask my husband if you want to know the truth. Growing up my mother showed me how to balance a checkbook but outside of that? I was on my own. And if I want to put it all out there to prove that my money thinking didn’t come out genius as a kid? I racked up crazy credit card debt in college. We’re talking thousands in credit card debt. Now, as a mother, my fear…

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#RealMomHacks – 7 Ways To Organize Your Family

I am LOSING MY MIND. I know that you think I’m kinda cool. Fun. And I may look put together from the outside? But my life is the definition of chaos. For YEARS—chaos fueled me. I loved running a thousand miles an hour and digging into unique ways to kick off the new year. This year? I am sooo tired. SOOO tired. Did I mention tired? Yes. I. Am. And as I get older worker harder is not something I think my mind and body will be able to officially…

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Time To Get My Act Together #MetaSnackID #Ad

This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/ Meta Appetite Control   The beginning of the year is always about the time that I decide to get my act together. Whatever that act may be! This year, since I lost a lot of weight in 2016, the goal is to really keep it off. What I did to lose the weight had a key ingredient. Don’t eat anything after 6PM. That’s easy for some but the worst for others. For me, I hung in there as a mom to two boys….

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Motherhood Moments: He Listened

You know those moments in motherhood when you don’t know if you’ve made an impact on your kids? That moment when you wonder if you even contributed one thing to the development of his young mind? Yeah. I often wonder that with my sports prodigy of a son. No, seriously. He is a bit of a freak for an eight-year-old and how he can spout out the mouth every player ever played…their best game of all time, their stats, and even their mothers name. (OK, maybe not the last one,…

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