Separation anxiety for children can start very early in life. It can start when they are as young as a few months but usually begins around 2 or 3. No, they aren't ready to take the car and get groceries. But they are gradually beginning to learn the … [Read more...] about Why Summer Camp is Good for Kids
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Coming up with Christmas gift ideas for a college student is difficult. The things that make my son's eyes light up are way out of the price range of our Christmas budget. I'm not buying my son a new car, or the latest iPhone for … [Read more...] about 4 Great Gift Ideas For College Students
Teaching the value of hard work is part of teaching a child how to be a productive and successful person. If you want something, and you work hard for it, you will be rewarded. There is, however, a flip side to the value of hard work. … [Read more...] about Teens And Money: Don’t Undervalue Your Hard Work
It's a parent's responsibility to teach their children about finances. As kids get older, they like to have a little money in their pocket to spend on candy, movies with friends, and countless other things. There are some odd jobs kids can do before … [Read more...] about 4 Ways To Give Your Child Allowance
My son has been at college a few weeks now and is really enjoying his classes. He likes the pace of college courses and is exploring his way around campus and a new city. Even with all those new things going on in his life, I'm taking the opportunity … [Read more...] about Teens And Finances: Personal Finances While At College
As my son prepares to move into the dorm and start his freshman year of college, he looked on the university's job board and applied for a job in their IT department. He's had a part-time job for a few years while in high school, so it … [Read more...] about Should College Freshmen Have A Job?