Smart Parents in the Know: December Wins

Smart Parents in the Know: December Wins

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Ideas for Parents in December

Here are some ideas for parents in December, and what I’m learning and loving this month! This may include books, movies, gadgets, etc.  

I will do this sometime during each month. (Here are September and October and November) Let me know what you are learning and loving so that I can add that to future posts!

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Learning:

Do you have a high school student? Are they starting to think about college? This is such a fun time! But, beware of the price tag for college! Help your student to be more aware of what these costs will be now and in the future.

Give you student the gift of knowledge this holiday season! Student loan debt is no joke. Here are some links to articles that will give you some help when having this conversation with your student, significant other, and anyone else involved in the education of your teen.

Most College Grads Consider Their Student Loan Debt a Life Sentence

How Will We Pay For College Next Fall?

The Truth About Student Loan Debt

Loving:

Book:

The Book of Lost Names -Harmel

This was such a great book! I read it about a month ago, and it has really stuck with me. It was inspired by the true story of a young woman who was talented in forgery during WW2.

The story starts as Eva, an older woman finishing out her career as a librarian, sees a story on the news that instantly takes her back in her memories to Paris in 1942. She travels back in her mind as well as on an airplane to seek the man who had shown the Book of Lost Names on the news. He had wondered what the importance of the book was on that news story.

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Movie:

Jojo Rabbit– This movie is amazing! My husband and I took all 3 of our boys to this movie last year this time.

It’s the totally amazing story of a 10 year old boy (Jojo) who is a staunch Nazi. His whole life revolves around his beliefs including his imaginary friend, Adolf Hitler.

The only problem is that he doesn’t really know what a Nazi really is, and even though he “hates” Jews, he doesn’t even know how to identify one. Through a series of events in this satire, Jojo grows up and realizes many things as he comes of age in this sad, funny, amazing film. (There is some language and violence, maybe for 14+)

We all loved this movie; our teens, my husband and I, and my parents!

Gadgets:

Christmas Tree– We ordered this one from Amazon, and I am so happy with it! The price was right, and we have needed a new one for a few years. I thought that if it didn’t work, then I would just return it. Amazon is so awesome with returns!

I love the way this looks real after I fluffed it all up. This is a huge thing for me since we cannot have a real tree because of one of my boy’s allergies.

Have you seen this thing?? It can fix lights on strands or a tree!  Lightkeeper Pro

Gift wrapping Station This cart is a game-changer! You can have all your supplies right at hand with a flat surface to wrap on. My girlfriend has this, and I am jealous! This is all I want for this for Christmas!

 

Quote:

“Blessed is the season which engages the whole world in a conspiracy of love.” – Hamilton Wright Mabie

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Holidays:

Pearl Harbor Day (7), Chanukah (varies yearly), Christmas Card Day (9), Ice Cream Day (13), Bake Cookies Day (18), National Ugly Sweater Day (the third Friday), Winter Solstice (21), Christmas Day (25), Card Playing Day (28), New Year’s Eve (31)

Gift guides:

Need some ideas for shopping this holiday season? Here are some: Gift Guides for Teen Girls, Gift Guides for Teen Boys, Stocking Stuffers for Teens

Help your teen with their finals with these tips!

Watch some great holiday movies!

I hope that you have learned some things with these ideas for parents in December!

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Smart Parents in the Know: November Wins

Smart Parents in the Know: November Wins

 

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What I’m learning and loving in the month of November! “Smart Parents” is a series that I’m continuing.  I will talk about a few things that I am learning and loving in my life right now. This may include recipes, books, movies and gadgets. Send me any ideas so that I may add them to a future post!

I will do this sometime during each month.  (Here are September and October) Let me know what you are learning and loving so that I can add that to future posts!

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Learning:

Did you know that there is a huge Holocaust archive?  Over 30 million documents.  Check out this post and video.

There are definite benefits of playing games with your kids like increased attention span and getting to spend time with the ones that you love. With the holidays coming up, this might be a good activity to plan ahead for. Here is a link to an article about the benefits by Scholastic.com and another by Family Time Magazine. 

Family game time is a definite plus for learning and loving!

Another fun activity for the upcoming month is Advent calendars, order one now! Here’s the link to my post –25+ Advent calendars!

Loving:

Book:

Do you love a good book series?  I loved the Outlander series.  If you have not read the actual books, then you don’t know what you have missed! Whenever someone tells me that they are reading this for the first time, I am jealous.  If you’ve watched the series, you have only had a taste.  I didn’t love the series after reading the books, so if you didn’t like the series, you could still LOVE the books.  Get to know Jamie and Claire for real! Disclaimer… I have only read the first 6 books in the series.  Someday, when I have time, I’d like to reread those and then the rest of the series.

Book One: Outlander by Diane Galbadon

Movie:

10 Things I Hate About You This is a great movie to watch with your teen.  The whole cast is great including the late, great Heath Ledger. It has all the elements of classic high school drama with humor throughout.  Sibling rivalry, puppy love, cliques… I love the dad! Lots of great discussions to be had with this one. The 10 Year Anniversary Edition is available here.

Game

‘Tis The Season Christmas Trivia Game We have had this set of cards for years.  They are fun to have out while you are just hanging around or after a holiday meal.  We don’t ever really set up a game board, although I am sure that you are supposed to!  We just have fun seeing who can come up with the most right answers. 

Recipe:

Gomer Pyle’s Chile (aka my mom’s) This recipe was published long ago in some magazine that my mom used to get.  She cut out the recipe, and made it one fall night.  We all loved it, and now it’s our one-and-only chili recipe.  My college boys insist that I make too much on purpose, so that they can come get a portion. Here’s a picture of my recipe card.  This is so easy to make, and delicious! (All cans are 15 oz.)

Learning and loving a hot pot of chili in the month of November!

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I loved watching Gomer Pyle when I was younger!

Gadget:

3-Outlet Surge Protector with 2 USB ports  Can I tell you how many places I have these?!  We have one for each bathroom and our master bedroom.  The kitchen and family room as well.  I got one for each of our college boys to have as well.  

Holidays:

Daylight Savings (1), Dias de Los Muertos (1-2), National Nacho Day (6), Book Lover’s Day (first Saturday of the month), Veteran’s Day (11), Sadie Hawkins Day (13), World Peace Day (17), Thanksgiving (fourth Thursday), Advent begins (29)

Quote:

It was November, the month of crimson sunsets, parting birds, deep, sad hymns of the sea, passionate wind -songs in the pines.” – Anne of Green Gables

I hope that you have found what I am learning and loving helpful for your November or anytime.  

Have you read these posts?  Fun Movies to Watch With Your Teen for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas, Things to Know About Amazon for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, How You Can Support Your Teen During Finals, Budget Friendly Ideas for the Holidays!

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Budget Friendly Ideas for the Holidays!

Budget Friendly Ideas for the Holidays!

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Budgeting for the Holidays-Fun Strategies

Are you ready to do more with less this holiday season?  There are many ways to handle budgeting for the holidays.  I tell myself every year I’m going to save up or shop early and it never fails, life intervenes and my budget is shot.  Sound familiar?

Here we are just 2 months out. There is still time to plan!  I’ve have been searching the internet and asking friends for ideas on ways that they spend their holidays, and surprisingly, most of their favorite gifts don’t cost anything, or at least not much. There are so many ways to celebrate the season, you don’t have to spend a lot of money. Here are my best ideas for budgeting for the holidays!

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Here Are Some Low Budget Suggestions

The 4 Gift Rule

I’m sure many of you have heard of the 4 Gift Rule.  It goes like this.  You tell your family that they will each receive 4 gifts this year: something they NEED, something they WANT, something to WEAR, and something to READ.

If you don’t want to do just 4 gifts. You can do variations and/or additions to this rule which can be:  a gift to MAKE, a gift to EAT, and ONE more thing.  Of course, any variation of this is great! The 4 Gift Rule can really help your budget and also help your child focus on what’s important and what they really want.

My family has our own gift giving tradition.  Since there were three Wise Men that visited baby Jesus, that meant that there were three gifts.  Our boys each received three gifts for Christmas while they were growing up from both us and Santa.

Now, obviously, the gifts are just from us, no more Santa.  This is/was great because it really limits the amount of shopping that we have to do.  We also love to do lots of inexpensive and fun items for each stocking (see my post about best stocking stuffers for your teens) which I look for all year long.  


Give to Charities

Another option for giving gifts, would be to look outside of the home to the many charities out there that do great things all over the world.  Charities can be local, national, or international.  Some great organizations to look into would be:  Heifer International, Samaritan’s Purse, Operation Christmas Child box, Operation Gratitude for soldiers overseas, Angel Tree which gives gifts to children whose parents are in prison, or your local food bank.

Another great idea is to do a service project with your family for a favorite charity.

“No Money” Gifts

There are many “no money” gift ideas.  These include things that your kids can make or ways to spend time with them which is already a great gift!  I’ve listed some ideas below but I am sure that you could come up with some on your own, once I get you started… And, here is a link to some $5 ideas to start for Christmas:)

 

1. Bake holiday cookies,  (this is a link to some yummy recipes!) –preferably ones that you can decorate because that is so much more fun!  Take some to an elderly neighbor or a teacher.

2.  Create a scavenger hunt around the house, neighborhood or city. Invite friends and have a friendly competition. Then meet for dinner at a favorite local restaurant and give out prizes for the most original treasures that were found.

3.  Make hot chocolate, this Godiva chocolate mix is heaven!, and head out to see the local Christmas lights.  Check out my post on self-care for the holiday season.  So many good ideas!

4.  Pop in a holiday movie -check out my post with 49 holiday movie ideas for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas!) and string popcorn and cranberries for your tree.



5.  Have a family game night with your favorite carols playing in the background.

6.  Start a holiday journal.  Keep track of things your family is grateful for, traditions that you celebrate each year and new ones that you would like to start.

7.  Send a handwritten letter to someone far away by snail mail.  Tell them your favorite memory that you have with them or something that makes them special to you.


Budgeting for the holidays can be fun!

Does this put you in the mood for Christmas?  It is a little early, but sometimes with a little planning and thought, the actual season might be a little more relaxing and enjoyable.  I hope that some of these ideas help you in the coming months.  Here are gift guides for stocking stuffersteen guys, Advent Calendars for Teens, and teen gals!

And, moms, here are a couple of self-care posts for you!  Take a mom time-out! and Give Yourself the Gift of 4:15.

Let me know if your family has any holiday traditions that I should try!

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Smart Parents in the Know:  October “Wins”

Smart Parents in the Know: October “Wins”

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What I’m learning and loving in this month of October!  “Smart Parents” in October is a series that I’m continuing.  I will talk about a few things that I am learning in my life, and also a few things that I am loving.

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Learning:

Here is an amazing story of one man who made a huge difference by trial and error.  He spent his own money and time getting arid, desert land to become fertile.  It reminds me of the movie Biggest Little Farm.  If you haven’t seen that one–it’s the wonderful story of a family who has done the same thing in California!

These are great stories of perserverance, resiliance, and hard-work with awesome results.  All traits that our kids need more of, my own included!

There is a book by Rose-Lynn Fisher, she’s a photographer, called Topography of Tears.  It shows amazing pictures of tears under the microscope. Did you know that crying can release stress?  They can also release toxins. Here is an interesting article about this.

Loving:

Book:

This was my favorite book that I read this summer! It is such an unusual coming of age book. Wavy is a young girl growing up in a horrible environment. She forms a friendship with an unlikely person who is eventually deemed inappropriate by a well-meaning caretaker. I don’t know how I missed this when it was new! Sooooooo good…

Show:

The 100–Have you ever watched?  I am on season 2 with our 16 year old, and at a different spot with our 20 year old!  This is a dystopian series with a little twist.  Think Hunger Games crossed with Divergent. Find a show that you enjoy with your teen, it’s really fun to have them share time with you! (Heads up-this is definitely for older teens)

Movie:

Top Gun–Can you believe that this came out in 1986?!  I remember watching this with a good friend in college.  We were both dating pilots at the time!  A current movie that you need to go to if you haven’t already seen is Downton Abbey!  It was sooooo good!

Gadget:

Stainless steel straws–This are great for you to take anywhere, and bonus, you are helping to save the environment!

Recipe:

Chocolate Eclair Cake: Super easy!!

1 box graham crackers, 1 8 oz. tub Cool Whip (thawed), 2 (3.4) oz packages vanilla pudding, 3 1/2 c. milk, an 1 can chocolate frosting

Whisk together the milk and pudding mix.  Then fold in the Cool Whip.

Line the bottom of a 9″ x 13″ pan with a single layer of graham crackers.  You may need to break some.

Spread half of the pudding mix.

Top this with another single layer of graham crackers.

Spread other half of the pudding mix.

Put down one more layer of graham crackers.

Soften can of frosting in microwave in 15 second increments till pourable.  Stir well, and pour over the top layer of graham crackers.  Spread to cover.

Refrigerate overnight if possible, but for sure at least 6-8 hours.  It’s so much better once the pudding starts to soak into the graham cracker layers!  Eat!

This is my youngest son’s and my dad’s favorite dessert!  So easy and delicious!

Tool:

Car Vent Organizer— This is a great way to keep organized for your daily life, road trips, etc.  I am getting one for each of us who drive in my family!


I hope that you find all of these items and ideas helpful!

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7  Helpful Ways to Help Your Student Prepare for Finals

7 Helpful Ways to Help Your Student Prepare for Finals

Ways to Help your Student Prepare for Finals

Right now our students are super stressed with finals.  Whether they are in high school or college, doesn’t matter, they are maxed out.  Now if your middle schooler is anything like mine, he’s just stressed out about having to get up and actually go to school (insert rolling eyes).  Looking for ways to help your student prepare for finals?

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So, what can we do as parents to help our kids as they are preparing for finals?  Let’s help them to have the best semester ever!  Here are a few ideas…

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(*Note: In this unusual time-fall 2020, finals may end up looking different for students. Finals may be waived. Finals may be online. However the end of the semester looks for your teen, please remember that whether these tests happen or not, this is a stressful time for our teens, and they need our support. This blog post is a good one to read for alleviating stress of any kind for our teens with or without finals!)

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Be positive!

Encouragement is great, and can go a long way to help your student prepare for finals.  I find that if I nag, then we get into a fight, and that goes nowhere fast.  So, the next time your grouchy teen snaps at you, take a deep breath, count to 10 (or 50 or 100), and respond in a non-snappy way.  I know, easier said than done, because I am the queen of snapping!  Hang in there, deal with the current situation, then go open a nice bottle of red!

Drink wine as you help your student prepare for finals!

Ask them for ways you help.

Maybe, for now, you could expect less from them around the house so that they aren’t having to deal with as much for the moment.  Stock their favorite snacks in the pantry and fridge for easy access.  My boys like me to even serve them in their rooms on a tray–I use these plates (they are compostable, and I can write a message on them!) and cups for cookies, cheese and crackers or any other goodies. ( My boys love this mix!)

This is the only time that I do this, so it’s fun to order things that I wouldn’t normally have in the house.

Know their schedule.

Send quick texts if your kids are away at school at times you know they would be between classes.  Send them a card or a pre-made finals care package, healthy and not so healthy, to ease the pain of studying.  They LOVE this!  Here is a great guest post on my blog about putting together care packages!

If they are still at home, planning a snack or meal when you know they have time for a break will go a long way towards a more energized student.  I know my boys tend towards hangry when studying and stressed, so keeping them fed is almost a full time job:)

Help your student prepare for finals in medieval times

Make your teen take a break every now and then.

Everyone needs a break.  I know one of my boys would never think to take a break, and would get mad if I even suggested it.  But, make this happen occasionally, and they might just thank you later.  Watch a favorite episode or movie.  Bake a batch of cookies together.  Run up to their favorite fast food joint together and let them order what they want.

Even just giving a quick hug or high five can be all the affirmation that they might need.  Any of these activities would be great for getting their mind off of school just for a while.  These will help your student prepare for finals all refreshed.

Post a sticky note.

Put it on their bathroom mirror or on their desk with a motivational quote or verse.  My boys have often left these for months because they knew I was thinking of them!

If your kiddo is away, even out of college and in a stressful period with maybe a first job, you can do something similar.  Send them a card with some encouraging words.  It is always so fun to actually get snail mail, and I bet they keep it!

I still have a silly card my dad sent me when I was in college during some stressful period-probably finals.  I love the fact that my dad took the time to write it (even though he mentions that my mom told him to!) It meant the world to me!

Make them breakfast.

This seems like a no brainer, but a lot of kids skip this meal.  I fix breakfast during the week for my boys for that reason alone.  If you aren’t in this habit, make the time to until finals are over.  Feed their bodies and their brains. Cooking is the way I show my love to my family.  I love to cook, and it makes my heart happy to feed everyone.

If you’re not into cooking, then maybe put out some easy snack food for your teens before bed so that it’s there in the morning to grab as they run out the door.  They will know you’ve thought of them and maybe they’ll eat a little something–bonus!  (BTW-my boys are all great cooks, I just like to start my day with them in the kitchen during the week.)

When kids have any kind of test and especially when you help your student prepare for finals, this is the most important meal!

Fix breakfast to help your student prepare for finals

Give them grace.

They will be tired and most likely grouchy during this time.  Encourage them to get enough sleep.  Make sure they are eating enough of the right things.  Let them know you love them.  Be patient.

This too shall pass.  Every finals season, I feel like I’m taking them too because the stress is almost contagious!!  Deal with it a minute at a time, then go hide in your room with your latest Netflix binge!

Hang in there, mamas, you got this!  Go give your kid a hug:)

Look for more ways to help your student prepare for finals.

Do you have any strategies that have worked for you as you help your student prepares for finals?  Please share!


Other links to posts for gift giving…  Stocking StuffersGuy gift guide and Girl gift guide

Also, a graduation gift guide

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Great Games to Play with Your Teens Anytime

Great Games to Play with Your Teens Anytime

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Life is more fun if you play games (with your teens)!“–Roald Dahl

This is so true, and we are going to help you out this season to find some really great games to play with your teens!

Many people think that they only have time to play games on vacation or at the holidays.  Unfortunately, we fall into that group a lot of the time.  But, when we do take the time to actually play a game, it is always so fun!

Have fun with your teens with Game Night!

Have fun with your teens with Game Night!

And, let’s face it, time with our teens is so precious.  We know that the times that they are with us is limited.  They leave for college, and are home for vacations less and less.  Also, even when they are still living under our roof, they get busier and busier with school and work.  Plus, there are real benefits for everyone if you do this!

So, my resolution for time going forward, is that we are going to try to play a game on those weekends when my boys are randomly home from college, or when we are just bored and turn on the t.v. for another binge watching session.  I know we will be glad once we have done this!

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Just play.  Have fun.  Enjoy the game!“–Michael Jordan

Here is the list of games to play with your teens that we have put together for you.  Some we have played, some have been recommended to us, and some look too great to not mention!  *This post may contain affiliate links.  This means, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a small commission if you click the link and make a purchase.

Password  (This is the original version)  I have many great memories of family and friends playing this hilarious game!  You can play it so many different ways, and each way is fun!  Here is the travel version.

Pick Your Poison -a modern day version of “Would you rather?” Super fun for all ages, and the answers just might surprise.


Spending time as a family is not a matter of convenience, it is a matter of priority.“–unknown, but true!! 

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Trivial Pursuit -This is an oldie, but a goodie. Always fun to see what your people know-or not! There are so many versions, but the original is always a good choice. Here is the Harry Potter version and the Back to the 80s Stranger Things version.

Quelf:  Obey the Card  This game is sooooo much fun!  You have to obey the card, and the commands can be super silly.  The last time we played this, we laughed so hard.  It is a more active game, and great for all ages–I’d say 12 and up.

Some games are fun even when you lose. Even when you know you are going to lose before you start.  It’s fun just playing them.“–Nevil Shute

Sequence  This is such a fun card game!  It combines a board with a card game.  It involves strategy, and can be played individually or with teams.

Wits and Wagers  Questions, guesses and bets.  Great multi-generational game with all sorts of crazy questions and answers.  I have only played this once at a friend’s house, but we had a great time!

We didn’t realize we were making memories, we just knew we were having fun.“–unknown

Spontuneous   Do your kids quote movies or song lyrics like crazy?  Then this is the game for them!  Words are given, and then the race is one to blurt out a song with that word in it.  You don’t have to sing, so no talent is required!  I think that my teens will love this one.

Goat Lords  This sounds like a crazy fun game.  The goal is to become the Goat Lord.  The way to do this is to have the biggest herd of goats (cards) at the end of the game.  There is much magic and dueling involved!

Families that play together, stay together.“–unknown



 Taboo  This game will make you laugh so much.  Get your teammate to guess the word, but the trick is to not use certain words which makes this challenging.  This is fun to play with big family groups or friends. Here is the Midnight version, for older teens and adults.

Apples to Apples  Our boys love this game.  We’ve played for hours with their cousins and my sisters.  Some very funny red apple cards have been thrown down to describe the green apple card.  Their is also a junior version and a Disney version!

I hope you enjoy playing some of these games with your teens soon!

Holidays are a great time for good family fun.  Let me know if you have any favorites that I didn’t list.  I can always add more later!

Check out these related posts:  Budget Friendly Ideas for the Holidays and Movies to Watch with Your Teens for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

More game choices below!



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