With free GPS phone tracker apps now an inbuilt feature of our mobile devices, it is imperative that you are in the know about the GPS apps and systems the market. It is even more important with the regular release of new ones in the market to really know if at all and how they are better than what … [Read more...] about Free GPS Phone Trackers
There are times in just about everyone's life where things start to feel a little stale. We all know the feeling. You and your family can all feel yourselves slipping into the same old routine, and none of you are really feeling that joy in life that you used to. The first thing you need to do? … [Read more...] about Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes Is It Time To Shake Things Up
People generally don’t react well to changes. This is especially true when it comes to divorce and disruption of the settled daily life, not to mention the possible heartbreak involved. Still, any kind of divorce is always better than a bad marriage, which can actually reflect much worse in the … [Read more...] about How to Survive a Divorce 101
Family life is seriously expensive, or it can be. Today, more and more families are struggling to make ends meet, and are struggling to deal with some serious money worries. But, does it have to be this way? Does family life have to break the bank - of course it doesn’t. What causes money problems … [Read more...] about The Golden Question: Does Family Life Have To Break The Bank?
The thought of a rodent infestation in your home is not pleasant, but many people experience problems with rodents at some point. Besides the damage they can cause, rodents can also be responsible for transmitting a whole host of nasty diseases. Here are some of the ones to look out for, as well as … [Read more...] about Not So Cute and Cuddly: Diseases You Can Contract from Rodents
Disclosure: This post was created in partnership with Mom Buzz Media. I received this product free of charge in exchange for my honest opinion. For the past ten years or more, I have been a champion of melatonin. Having a child diagnosed with ADHD at the age of five, you soon learn that sleep … [Read more...] about Having Trouble Falling Asleep? Melatonin Could Be the Answer You Seek
I've dealt with anger in children for roughly the past fifteen years. My boys seem to jump to anger quicker than my daughter ever did, or perhaps she was just better at being able to hide the level and strength of her anger than her brothers are capable of doing. Both of my boys have their father's … [Read more...] about Tweens and Teens and Self-Esteem
I am a white woman. I am married to a black man. I have a white daughter from my first marriage, and two biracial sons from my second marriage. We are a biracial family. My grandparents would not have approved. My mother would not have approved, at first, but I like to believe that given time, she … [Read more...] about Living Life as an American Biracial Family
I've had a difficult time relating to my boys in the 15 years that they have been on this earth. Everything just came more natural with my daughter, simply because she was a girl I suppose. There have been days where I just didn't get them you know? Over the past several years, I have watched each … [Read more...] about How Zombies and Screams Gave Me a Mom Moment
Drug addiction starts out as a choice, but then becomes an obsession. It causes problems with your health, your job, and your family. But your addiction is not just affecting your life; it is also ruining the lives of those who care about you. It is important to understand the different ways that … [Read more...] about It’s Not Just You: Five Ways Addiction Impacts Your Loved Ones
You never really fully comprehend how much family means until it is taken away from you. Monday evening, my husband was injured when a truck fell on him, crushing the bones in the top of his right hand and destroying his index finger knuckle and breaking his index finger. He spent the entire … [Read more...] about Saying Goodbye to My Dad
Those of you who have followed The MAD White Woman and TBK Designs know that my eldest son, J., has ADHD and has struggled for many years with issues in school and at home due to this disorder. We have tried several different options, some of which have worked, others which have not. The … [Read more...] about Actions, Consequences and Parenting Styles
They are not going to make it through the summer – and they are not even out of school yet. Still have one more week of school to go, they get out next Friday. Either they are going to need some serious intervention from Dr. Phil or the good doctor is going to have me on a … [Read more...] about Instead of 911 I Need Dial Dr. Phil!