I read Next Avenue which is a site devoted to topics on aging, longevity, vitality, estate planning, generally anything people in the last third of their lives might find relevant. The more I read their articles, however, the more I see things that could easily interest anyone, at any age of adulthood. After all, we’re all aging and why wait to learn some of this good stuff? Like, ways to make life easier. [Read more…]
It’s just tax season so stop pulling your hair out! IRS, taxes, audits, new laws every year, deadlines. Any of this can give just about anyone reason to worry, but I’ve noticed that worrying about tax season makes things far worse than actually dealing with it. So, banish any fear and procrastination and read on to see how to keep it simple and get it done using these tax season tips. [Read more…]
Have you ever tried to waste less food? How does that go for you? I always feel like I could do better even though we really don’t waste shameful amounts of food at all. That being said, as I write this post it’s summer and it’s food bonanza season, with lots of beautiful fresh food in the fridge, overflowing gardens, and loaded produce shelves. Our kitchen is bursting at the seams, and that kicked in my perfectionism. Now I’m sprinting off on a “waste less food” marathon ….again.
How about some relief? I found some high quality links to topics that most parents encounter on and off as they raise children. Topics like how to keep your family healthy, how to maximize calm for you and your children, information on interesting books worth the time it takes to read them, and more. Topics that can get in your head and bother you until you figure out how to get relief.
These links will also be added to the master Resources list for ParentWhiz. Enjoy! [Read more…]
College, student loans, career planning, and how to put it all together isn’t easy. Understandably, most of the deliberation centers around cost vs. potential earning. College funded by student loans has gotten a lot of press, and sometimes I see people shying away from college all together. They do this primarily because of the fear of debt. Going to college, and borrowing money to do it, are major life decisions. So, it makes sense to have a good plan first, and hopefully these ideas will help. [Read more…]