Want to protect your hard-earned cash? Military discounts go a long way. Always ask retailers, restaurants, airlines, motels and other establishments, “Do you have a military discount?” Meanwhile, here are 25 other money-saving tips. Go ahead, wave your frugal flag.
Everyone has a lot of questions about COVID-19, including children. As parents, it’s difficult to know how to share information with our kids without overwhelming or scaring them. No one wants to be an alarmist, but we also need to be honest and share real information.
Are you tired of long lectures delivered with PowerPoint presentations? Do you wish there was training you could do on your own time, on your mobile device, when you have a minute or two at the airport or waiting in line to place a food order?
Not too long ago I hopped on a plane to England to start my third high school as a military child. As different as I knew it would be leaving the American public-school system, I didn’t know the extent of the impact the new school would have on me.
School’s (almost) out and the kids are anxious to get outdoors – rain or shine. Sometimes the timing isn’t right for travel or a vacation. But, there are endless of inexpensive kid crafts to make right at home. Who needs a beach?
The morning rush—all parents have been there. Getting the kids up, dressed, fed, washed and over to school on time can sometimes feel like a marathon. Even more so if parents themselves have to be prepared for their own day.
Fall in Europe is beautiful. Cool, crisp mornings, leaves turning brilliant shades of copper and burgundy, and of course, plenty of football. Not just American football, but European as well. European football (or soccer in the States) has plenty of drama and theatrics.