Holiday Savings Alert | Free HTC EVO from Sprint

This post brought to you by Sprint. All opinions are 100% mine. Smart phones are one of the hottest gifts this season. I have good news for last minute moms and dads; last minute shopping oftentimes offers the best values! You see I have wanted a tablet for a long time now but simply could […]

So Many Features – Affordable Cell Phones

This post brought to you by TracFone. All opinions are 100% mine. Parents looking for an inexpensive alternative to a monthly cell phone bill will find the answer with TracFone. The TracFone requires no contracts, credit checks, activation, and/or cancelation fees, and as such has become one of the favorite cell phone providers among parents. […]

The Benefits of Cooking With Kids

Cookbooks for children are a wonderful way to initiate a healthy lifestyle. Involving your kids in cooking can open the door to related topics like nutrition, meal planning, and perhaps even gardening. Having been blessed with two sons did not stop me from encouraging them to cook. In fact, cooking, cleaning, and outdoor chores were part of our regular […]

Family Budget – Kids and Cell Phones

This post brought to you by Straight Talk. All opinions are 100% mine. The question of whether kids need cell phones is controversial to some. With news headlines depicting continued financial instability and decline, the family budgets tighten even more. Common sense articulates budget cuts in this unstable environment. On the other hand, the recent […]

TracFone – Affordable Summer Communication for Parents

This post brought to you by TracFone. All opinions are 100% mine. Summer vacation oftentimes leaves parents looking for an inexpensive alternative to keep in communication with the children. An expensive monthly cell phone bill is not a likely solution. TracFone is one of the least expensive cell phones in America, requiring no contracts, credit […]

Summer Movie Events – One for the Girls

This post brought to you by Monte Carlo. All opinions are 100% mine. Parents certainly do not need a date to know summer has officially begun. With the school year closing events completed, the house is filled with the excitement of summer planning. One such exciting activity for my kids was deciding which of the […]

End of Life Arrangements, Better Late than Never

Death, a tough but necessary topic to discuss Anyone who has lost a loved one recognizes how difficult loss can be. This emotional occurrence can be overwhelming. Without financial preparedness, loved ones may face unneeded financial burdens as well. Advanced planning is one of the most loving measures a parent can take on behalf of […]

Evie, Driving Hands Free for IPhone Moms

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Evie. All opinions are 100% mine. The question of cell phone safety remains a top news item. Just the other day a girl fell into a fountain in a local mall while texting rather than paying attention to where she was going. More frequently […]

Parenting Tip: Cyberbullying Safeguards

Parents’ concerns about Internet safety were at one time confined to the computer. Today, kids have unlimited access to the Internet via smart phones and gaming devices. The potential for cyberbullying is alarmingly greater than ever. Cyberbullying is when one minor uses technology as a weapon to target another young person. According to StopCyberbullying.org, elementary and […]

Parenting Tip: Child Activities & Stress Relief

Parenting and stress go hand in hand when kids are busy. If you’re a working or single parent, don’t let stress weigh you down like a bag of hammers. Stress Solutions by Jean Tracy, MSS, relieves the “stress” hammers and helps you to enjoying your family life. First Stress Problem for Parents Let’s say you […]