The Simple and Hassle Free Way to Teach Kids Financial Responsibility

Becoming financially responsible has been a huge topic in our home recently. With two older kids we want to make sure they are fiscally responsible and we know it’s our job as parents to make sure they are ready for the real world. We have set up budgets and jobs for all of our kids, but it can be difficult to distribute that money to them. Gone are the days of a piggy bank. In this day in age with so much technology it just seems so antiquated.

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Authentic Pho You can Easily Make at Home!

August 2019
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I love bringing my favorite flavors and recipes from around the world back home with me and anytime I can make an international dish at home it makes me happy. So when I tried to make Pho I knew it would be amazing and I couldn't wait to see what my family thought. The flavors of Pho are just amazing and it's a dish you will never forget. While it does require a few more ingredients than other dishes it is well worth it and you'll be so thrilled to taste this amazing dish straight from your kitchen!

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Car Safety Tips to Prevent Vehicular Heatstroke

July 2019
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This post was sponsored Auto Alliance as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.

It’s heating up outside! That means as parents or caregivers we need to be more vigilant when we have kiddos in the car. You hear so many stories where a caregiver either thought they could just leave the car for a minute or they accidentally forgot their child was in the car. This is something you never think will happen to you until it does.

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Can Family Dinners Improve Your Finances?

July 2019

We all hear it all the time: having dinner at home with our family is good for us. We all know the health benefits, but is there even more to it? Can having family dinners make a big difference on our bank account as well?

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Using First Alert Technology to Keep Your Home Safer

There are many types of moms. Personally, I’m what you would call the “overprotective mom.” I’m always concerned about the possible dangers that my kids might face. I’ll be the mom holding my son’s hand all the way to school… when he’s 15! I’m always jealous of friends who just let go and don’t fret over every little thing their kids do. I try to let go whenever I can to help my kids have more independence and freedom, but there are some areas that every mom or parent should be overprotective. One of these is home safety. Proper smoke and carbon monoxide alarms are such an important safety measure for our homes and yet it isn’t something we think about often.

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