Archives for December 2013

Starting a household recycling program

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, less than half of the household waste eligible for recycling actually makes it into recycling bins … [Read more...]

How to be a nurse and a mom

Being a nurse is a full time job and so is being a mom, so actually finding time to live your life can be incredibly difficult. When it comes to … [Read more...]

Gift wrapping tips and techniques for kids

For moms, the holidays are the perfect time to get together with your children and bond. School is out and there is a good chance that you have a few … [Read more...]

Back pain in children: 5 potential causes

As an adult, you've probably discovered that back pain is not necessarily a cause for concern. Modern man is nothing if not abusive to the body. Many … [Read more...]

5 advantages of a private school education

There used to be a time when people thought of private school education as simply something that wealthy parents aspired for their children to have, … [Read more...]

5 hassle-free hair tips for moms

As a mother, you are constantly on the go. Between shuffling your kids from soccer practice, to art class, and finally to sleepovers, you likely don't … [Read more...]

Pros and cons of being a single-member LLC

Single member limited liability companies are LLCs owned by one person. The IRS actually disregards them, as the taxes reported will be filed using a … [Read more...]

5 ugly christmas sweater party tips

As the holidays approach, many of us enjoy throwing holiday parties to get all of our friends and loved ones together to celebrate. Instead of … [Read more...]

From Wax to LED: An illuminating history of christmas lights

Most of use Christmas lights as part of our decorations for the festive season but probably not that many give much thought to their history as they … [Read more...]