Please enjoy the following guest post with some advice on how to prepare for the holidays with less stress.
Christopher Haymon has learned the value of saving and budgeting the hard way. He created Adulting Digest to help others who need help navigating the world of adult finances.
In the best of times, prepping for the holidays can be stressful and overwhelming. And though gatherings might be looking a bit different this season, undertones of panic likely remain, running through your preparations. Whether you’re downsizing your holiday celebration or are changing things up entirely, consider these tips to remain mindful and family-focused this season, presented to you below by Love After Kids.
Please enjoy the following guest post about teaching your kids about responsibility with chores.
Teaching your kids responsibilities is very important for many reasons. By giving them chores, you will teach them valuable skills while at the same time making them feel helpful. If you are not sure how to start teaching them these important lessons, here is our age-by-age guide to chores and responsibilities for kids.
You will be surprised how much your kids are capable of and how much they can contribute, even if they are just toddlers. However, keep in mind that every child is different and matures at a different pace. Therefore, you should consider various factors, not only age, when determining which chore is suitable for your kids.
Please enjoy the following guest post about helping your kids to cultivate responsibility.
As parents, you have seen some scenarios where kids offer themselves to help their parents do chores or witness a kid walk an older adult across the street, hoping your children will be those children. It is not impossible to imagine that their instincts to do well for others and themselves will take them far in life. But how does a kid without these instincts obtain the same skills? How do we convey the value of responsibility and guide our children to be reliable and conscientious? The most effective way to do this is by motivating your kids to learn and grow responsibly. So here are eight ways you can try for your child.