Between packing lunches, signing homework and locating lost mittens, getting your kids out the door in the morning can be hurried, chaotic and downright stressful – and your day has only just started!
Tattoos are so common these days that it’s not unusual to see your co-worker, your bus driver or your local barista sporting ink. However, just because they are more socially acceptable doesn’t mean you’re eager to let your teen get tatted up too.
You’ve heard it from numerous family members and friends over the years. It has become almost mundane, to the point where you think, “yes, of course I must be careful,” but then overburden yourself anyway.
If you’re tired of the clutter, the arguments and the constant declarations of, “I’m bored!” then you might want to think about minimizing your family’s toy collection.
Whirlwind emotions, raging hormones, body changes and a period of self-discovery; these are all elements involved in becoming a teenager that make this transitional period both incredibly exciting but also very scary and frustrating at the same time.
You’re so used to hearing it now you don’t even notice anymore. “It’s mine!” “I want…” or “I need…” Kids by their very nature are mostly concerned with their own feelings rather than the feelings of others.
Money is one of the most important things everyone needs to understand, yet it’s not something covered much by schools. They’ll help out with the math, but everything else is largely on our shoulders.