Save on Trees at Hilltop Christmas Tree Farms

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Hilltop Tree Farms and US Family Guide. All opinions are my own. At Hilltop Christmas Tree Farms we know how important it is to have the perfect Christmas tree for your festive celebrations. That is why we offering Christmas Trees, Wreaths, and Bows in several price ranges. Hilltop is a family run … [Read more...]

How to Prevent Holiday Blues With iPrevail

The holidays are coming at us fast and I can already feel the stress building up. I don't want the next few months to be full of mom guilt as I try to juggle the holidays and keep my house organized. So I am taking steps now to make sure the relationships that matter most to me are priority. I want to make sure that myself, family and my close … [Read more...]

6 Things to Think About When Your Teen Gets a Job

This is part 1 of a series for parents of teens landing their first job. Each week I will release a new blog post topic on first jobs for teens. If there is a topic you would like me to cover just leave a comment in the comment box. I always check those! When teens turn 15, in most states they are legally allowed to work. This is new … [Read more...]

What Parents Should Expect The First Year of High School

High School is a spooky time for our kids and it can be a trying experience for us parents as well. Our babies are headed off to that big, scary school and going to be mingling with a bunch of...well...basically, young adults. The new factor aside, high school is full of changes and challenges for our kids. It can seem overwhelming at times because … [Read more...]

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...]