Best Baby Products To Get You Through The First Month

Hey, you there! Quick question: how would you like to be thrown into a situation you’re completely unprepared for, get mixed advice from everyone, and it lasts for the rest of your life? Sound...

Ideas to Help Reduce Math Brain Drain During Holiday Break

The holidays are for fun and relaxation. There’s no school, no homework, and lots of free time. But a prolonged break from the classroom can cause math brain drain. This means some students will...

How to Decrease Math Anxiety

Your alarm sounds, and you immediately jump out of the bed feeling fresh and re-energized for the day. But as you slowly begin to think through the day, a familiar feeling of fear and...

How To Increase SAT and ACT Scores

Preparing for the SAT and ACT can be a stressful process. Everyone understands the implications that test scores hold, and their importance for college placement. Check out these tips to make sure you’re ready...

How To Improve Your Child’s Math Skills

Math is one of the most difficult subjects for many people, and for kids, it can be especially frustrating. As a parent, you may feel helpless, standing by as your child struggles. You don’t...

How To Reduce Math Homework Struggles

Every child has strengths and weaknesses, and it is important to help them with the subjects they find challenging while allowing them to flourish subjects they have a more natural affinity for. When a...

How To Boost Your Child’s Confidence To Be A Life Long Learner

If you are reading this, you are probably a lifelong learner, understand the advantages of that mindset, and hope to instill the same love of learning in your child. People who continue to learn...

10 Things I Want My Middle Schooler To Know

Middle school today, gone tomorrow, if only our sons and daughters could understand this statement. My son is in middle school and our lives have changed. Long gone are the days of color pages...

5 Ways To Teach Your Kids To Be Thankful This Thanksgiving

“A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all the other virtues.” – Cicero Gratitude – or a lack thereof – is something all parents encounter during the process of...

The Bond from Breastfeeding

New Study Shows that Bond in Breastfeeding Lasts Beyond Toddler Years Past studies have shown that breastfeeding can have a number of benefits, one of which is the unique bond that it builds between mother...

Feeling Like The Third Wheel? Coping Strategies for Stepmoms

When I first became a stepmom, I thought I had at least a vague idea of what I was getting into. Sure, I didn’t have kids of my own, but how hard could this...

Brooke Burke’s Fall Farro Salad Recipe

This is my new favorite salad – it’s hearty, sweet and crunchy. Ingredients 1 cup chopped pitted dates 2 cups farro, cooked (see package instructions) 1 cup marcona almonds 1 apple cut into 1/2 chunks 5 cups of crunchy mixed...