Heading straight to college is not always the best route for every high school graduate. Mighty Mommy explains the Gap Year option, and offers 5 reasons why this might make more sense for your teen. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1KjsQCJ
If your family's daily lifestyle has become dull and routine, it's time to mix things up. Mighty Mommy has 7 ways you can get your family energized in the new year. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1w0SPUG
Three-year-olds are curious, creative, and independent. But they can also be a handful. Mighty Mommy has 5 tips to help you embrace this challenging stage of toddlerhood. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/16KmFIe
Instead of letting the holidays overwhelm you with shopping, baking, and decorating, try Mighty Mommy's 7 easy ways to simplify your family life and make this the merry season it should be. Visit the website: http://bit.ly/1z0g71w
Fall is the perfect time to get outside with your family and enjoy the crisp air and the breathtaking foliage. Mighty Mommy has 5 tips to help you celebrate fall. Visit the website: http://bit.ly/1vsEq8a
Preparing for a major holiday like Thanksgiving is exciting, but definitely a lot of work. Mighty Mommy shares 6 tips to make this Thanksgiving a family affair so your kids can share in the preparation and execution of the dinner. Visit the website: http://bit.ly/1zULMBc
Today's parents are overwhelmed with taking care of the kids, cooking healthy meals, and running errands. But what if you could get some help with your to-do list for free? Mighty Mommy shares how forming (or joining) a parenting co-op can help ease your busy life.
Do you have an adult-aged child who has not quite left the nest? Mighty Mommy teams up with Money Girl to discuss how you can help your 20-something child set out onto the road to adulthood. Visit the website: http://bit.ly/1zNawOD
Are you worried about all the sugar your children eat on Halloween? Worry no more. Special guest Clever Cookstr joins Mighty Mommy with some spooktacular ideas for Halloween treats that won't make your kids bounce off the walls. Visit the website: http://bit.ly/1FQAQc3
Many kids don't come close to getting the necessary amount of sleep for proper development. Mighty Mommy has on 5 ways that you and your kids can catch more Z's. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1onhjuo
Mighty Mommy shares the 9 most important skills and values that you can teach your children at a very young age to help build and strengthen their character into adulthood. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1toJP0C
It may often seem impossible to get through to your moody teenager. Mighty Mommy shares 5 effective relationship builders that can help you build a connection with the teen in your life. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/Zc3RNG
Is my child smart enough? Am I spending enough time at home? Is it bad for my son to play with dolls or my daughter to play with trucks? Mighty Mommy tackles these and other questions that parents worry about (but shouldn't!). Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1u8PTIL
If your family is struggling to balance a hectic daily routine that includes an overwhelming amount of homework, know that you're not alone and that Mighty Mommy is right there with you. Here are five tips to help keep homework under control so your family can enjoy less stress and more fun.
How you start out in the morning can make or break the way the rest of the day goes. With a new school year here, this is a great time to revamp your morning routine, or implement a new one. Here are Mighty Mommy's 6 key ingredients for a successful start to the day.
There will always be a special bond between kids and grandparents, but with the busy lives we lead, it's easy to let the relationship slide. Mighty Mommy shares 5 ways to help cultivate a stronger connection between your kids and their grandparents.
Back-to-school doesn't have to be stressful--in fact, it can be exciting! Mighty Mommy's 5 smart tips to get your family ready for the new school year will help make those first few weeks easier for your kids, and yourself! Visit the website to read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1zEIVdQ