Allen D. Fisher
If you have school-age children, you are probably one of the many parents facing the challenge of educating your kids at home. While there are countless learning options available—from virtual music classes to videos about zoo animals—financial literacy is one important subject that should not be overlooked.
Car trouble in an unfamiliar town can be daunting. However, help from strangers can turn the negative trouble into a positive experience.
More and more grocery stores have started to limit meat products, and Wendys fast-food chain has stopped selling beef products at the same time ranchers and cattlemen can't get rid of their livestock fast enough.
Keeping children content and occupied isn’t always an easy task -- especially with more and more days being spent at home. As parents and caregivers, it can also be challenging to come up with creative solutions and fun projects that differ each day. However, even if you lack crafting abilities, you can still inspire your kids and help them stretch their creative muscles with items commonly found right at home, including scissors, straws, rulers and duct tape.