Moving back home as an older adult can be a blessing, especially if it helps you get back on your feet financially. But the situation can be rife with conflict and stress. But you can overcome those challenges with patience, good communication, and these tips.
Graduating from college used to be a signal your kids were ready to start life on their own. But nowadays, many students need to move home for a year or more. For many parents, it can be worrisome. But it is possible to live with your adult children without becoming a financial enabler.
60% of parents are considering home schooling instead of sending their kids back this fall. But it can get expensive if you’re not careful. Thankfully, there are many ways to give your kids an enriching education at home on a tight budget.
It’s challenging to disconnect from the job at quitting time or stay focused on work during business hours with friends and family asking for attention. But these strategies for work-life balance help you keep your head in the game at work, then get out of the rat race when it’s time to clock out.
In the months that followed pandemic-related school closures, many families discovered that home schooling worked out well for them. And many are now considering making it permanent. But home schooling isn’t right for every family. Before taking the leap, read up on the pros and cons.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many summer day camps and sleep-away camps are closing their doors for the 2020 season. But you can recreate the camp experience at home on a budget with plenty of activities that help kids learn and pass the time. Here’s how.
What would it cost you to replace all of your worldly possessions? A renters insurance policy works much like a home or auto insurance policy and covers your belongings against losses from theft, fire, and other disasters. Learn what you can cover with renters insurance here.
While new moms and babies garner the majority of attention and gifts, once Baby’s born, dads find themselves in the parenthood trenches too. From late-night feedings to Gymboree classes to diaper changes, Dad’s going to need just as much gear as Mom. And there’s a gift for him at any price point.
Research shows that spending money on time-saving services like nannies and housekeepers can promote happiness and lead to greater life satisfaction. But it can get you into hot water if you aren’t aware of household employment taxes, also known as the nanny tax.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many parents wonder what this summer will look like for their kids. The good news is it can’t cancel summer fun. As parents, we simply have to reimagine what summer means, what we can do to keep our kids from regressing over summer break, and keep having fun.
It used to be embarrassing for young adults to have to move back in with their parents. Today, it’s almost par for the course — and it’s not easy. But there are things you can do to avoid the mutual resentment, low self-esteem, and habits of dependency.
On a typical Father’s Day, you probably celebrate all the dads in your life with a Father’s Day outing. But this year, the pandemic is putting a crimp in those plans. Fortunately, there are ways you can safely celebrate the dads and grandpas in your life — regardless of your budget.