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“Life is more fun if you play games (with your teens)!“–Roald Dahl
This is so true, and I am going to help you out this season to find some really great games to play with your teens!
Follow my blog with Bloglovin 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,...
Great ideas: good gifts for a teenage girl! Attention parents and grandparents of teenage girls, are you wondering what are good gifts for a teenage girl? Not sure what to get your teenage girl? This list is vetted by a number of teenage girls that I have reached out...
"Advent calendars that teens will love" has been so much fun to write. I was wanting to write a new holiday post, and I realized how many fun advent calendars there are available! I decided that this would be a fun post, and my boys and a couple of their girlfriends...
Smart Parents in September Here are some things I'm learning and loving in the month of September. I talk about a few things that I am learning and loving in my life right now. This includes recipes, books, movies and gadgets, etc. Here are some ideas for smart...
Melanie Prather Studer has spent the last thirty years as a mother and teacher- preschool through middle school. When her kids became teenagers, Melanie started keeping notes and doing research to help her children get a head start on getting into college and ultimately out into the real world.
Resources I Recommend
Learn exactly what you need to talk about with your middle and high schoolers who are planning to go to college and why.
The College Preparation Planner
This 142 page planner has everything you need to organize the college search, preparation, and application process.
How to Win Scholarships
This guide shows exactly what parents can do to help their students prepare their scholarship applications in a way that will set them apart and get them noticed by the judges