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Standard Blog Post $113.75
If the idea of saving for your child’s future seems daunting, don’t despair. Every budget has some low-hanging fruit that’s easy to pluck. A list of some of the easier, more painless ways to cut household spending to redirect those savings directly into investments for college.
Standard Blog Post $107.50
Discuss ways to save money for a vacation that don't involve having to cut out fun between now and then. Could include automatic savings websites like Digit and Acorns. Client ideas are welcomed.
Short Blog Post $82.50
This post will discuss what you need to know about using cloth diapers. Topics covered will include the materials used, tips for cleaning, and costs compared to using disposable diapers.
Short Blog Post $49.50
Article will highlight resources for parents. The goal is to help all parents learn how they can be better and do better for their kids. I'm including 5 resources for this piece.
Short Blog Post $63.75
Realizing that Santa isn't real is hard for some kids.This article will suggest ideas for creating new traditions for older kids to enjoy, such as a Toys for Tots donation, a new Christmas morning breakfast tradition, and more.
Short Blog Post $70.00
You Tube has evolved from the convenient platform of our home movies to the foundation for some innovative, surprisingly profitable entrepreneurs. With some creativity and ingenuity, anyone can follow a few guidelines to find possible You Tube riches
Short Blog Post $106.25
This article seeks to highlight 5 ways for families on a low-income to save: from using the 'jars' system of budgeting to cutting all unnecessary media expenditure. The article highlights ways in which all members of the family can take part.
Standard Blog Post $76.75
As kids and technology begin to coexist, parents are learning what they want in an app for their little ones. This post will explore how ads and in-app purchases are causing parents to turn away from apps for their kids and what to do about it.
Short Blog Post $49.50
It's back to school time, and that means head lice will rear their ugly heads in many households. Myths about lice cause many people who discover the critters on their children to be embarrassed and fail to warn other parents.