Albertsons & Hunger Is – to Increase Breakfast Programs for School Children

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Albertsons Company Foundation. The opinions and text are all mine. 1 in 5 K-8th grade teachers says they have personally had students come to class hungry. It is an epidemic in America, something completely avoidable yet its happening all over our country. Albertsons Hunger … [Read more...]

Talk to a Nutritionist Online With Amwell #MOMSLOVEAMWELL

This is a sponsored post from MomTrends on behalf on Amwell. I was compensated to talk to a nutritionist online through Amwell and I am so glad I got this opportunity. As a busy mom, lately it seems like we are eating out a lot more. I rely on quick snacks, and dinner ideas that are not always the best choice for an active family. I don't … [Read more...]

Chase Debit Card Fraud Prevention Tips from Brittney Castro

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of CHASE. The opinions and text are all mine. This is a partnerships about chase debit card fraud prevention tips, to help you stay safe while shopping. This is a compensated campaign in collaboration with CHASE and Latina Bloggers Connect Chase is helping families across … [Read more...]

10 Ways to Reduce Food Waste in Your Home

Food waste is a huge problem in American kitchens, and a major cost to your food budget. Did you know that over time our landfills generate methane, a greenhouse gas that is very harmful for all living beings on Earth. Methane is twenty three times more poisonous than carbon dioxide (CO2). It generates an enormous amount of heat, leading to global … [Read more...]

What to Expect For The First Year of Middle School

The middle school years can be a shock to your system as a parent. The leap from elementary school to middle school is extreme and it just so happens to come at a time when your child is going through major changes as well. The good news is that all of these things are manageable with a little bit of preparation. It all begins with learning about … [Read more...]

What to Expect In Kindergarten

Sending your child off to kindergarten for the first day is probably one of the toughest things you will ever do as a parent. It is kind of like cutting off an arm watching them climb up on that bus and go away to kindergarten. Up to now, you have likely spent day and night with them and grown quite accustomed to their being right by your side. … [Read more...]

Five Things You Should Wait to Buy Until After School Starts

Getting ready for back to school season is a nightmare when it comes to buying things and that is only multiplied if you have multiple kids. Finding ways to save money becomes absolutely necessary. One thing we noticed over the last several years is that some items are cheaper before school starts while others drop in price drastically after school … [Read more...]

Create a New Look For Your Teen With a New Designer Living Bed Set

I don't need to remind you that your kids are growing up fast. I am sure that you discovered that this summer while going through their clothes. I am sure you discovered half of those clothes are now too small. I get it. I have kids myself. I have teens, and their styles and taste are constantly evolving as they age. One thing that parents often … [Read more...]

5 Totally Clever Ways to Help Your Child With Homework

School is upon us and as parents, we have a ton of things on our plate. From changing up our morning routines, to shopping and getting to know teachers, we have our work cut out for us. To really make it through this whole back to school thing, we have to find ways to save us time and to maximize our kid’s success. One direct way to do that is to … [Read more...]

Back to School: 5 Specific Pokemon Go Learning Opportunities

Pokemon Go is officially unavoidable at this point and we as parents have our hands full. The game is everywhere and it is red hot. As parents, we need to find a way to leverage this Pokemon Go mania! Because the game is based around some pretty awesome platforms, we have a built in opportunity to teach our kids while they play. In fact, some … [Read more...]