Do you know what’s in your medicine cabinet and first-aid kit and how to use it? Whether you’re in a remote area or in the midst of a public emergency, being prepared to handle small injuries and illnesses yourself is vital. And you can build the minor medical arsenal you need on a budget.
All over the U.S., millions of kids are facing extended school closures due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. And it’s left many parents wondering how to home school their children. If you’re one of them, don’t panic. Try these tips from a 20-year teaching veteran and mom.
Whether you’re tackling a major renovation or a small DIY project, The Home Depot has you covered. And there are tons of coupons, deals, and programs to help you save money at America’s largest home improvement superstore. Use these Home Depot hacks to slash your expenses on everything from paint to plants to lumber.
Are you setting up your first home office? Even if you’re trying to get up and running fast, you don’t have to spend a fortune. Here’s how to plan, budget for, and save on everything you need, from electronics to furniture to supplies.
If you’re working from home while your kids are out because of COVID-19 school closures, you have to find a way to keep them occupied so you can get your work done. Take these tips from a 20-year veteran teacher and mom to keep yourself productive and your kids entertained.
We all feel the effects of a cluttered and disorganized home. Being better organized can help you keep track of your stuff, shop better, increase your productivity, and even contribute to your health and happiness. But best of all, there are several ways organizing can save you money.
Do you ever wonder if you’re choosing the best dog food? Many owners wrestle with this question, but the array of options is overwhelming. That’s why it’s essential you understand those options, including the ingredients in manufactured foods and what human foods your furry friend can eat.
Adoption is rarely a financial decision, but rather a decision of the heart. Still, it’s crucial to be aware of the expenses involved so you can be financially prepared to bring home your new family member. Here are the costs you should consider if you’re planning to adopt a child.
As COVID-19 school closures continue, educators are scrambling to figure out how to keep teaching students when they can’t be in the same room. Fortunately, many companies have tools available for all grade levels, from kindergarten through college. And much of it is currently free or discounted.
With schools across the country closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic and nearly 1 in 4 Americans without paid time off, preparing for school closures is one of the most critical forms of coronavirus preparation you can do. But what can a parent do to keep themselves working and their kids learning?
Working from home is ideal for many people — and it can become necessary when you or a loved one is sick. But before you take the plunge into telecommuting, take a few minutes to consider the pros and cons of working from home to ensure your remote work experience goes off without a hitch.
When it comes to the new coronavirus, many people are more worried about the prospect of self-quarantine than the risk of contracting the virus itself. But in today’s world, you have endless options to keep yourself busy and connected — even if you didn’t plan ahead.