Your kids are about to "fly". Are they ready? What's left to teach? How can I finish strong with them? Finally, help for parents of young adults. Yes, you can make the most of the last season with them, and not be a helicopter parent!
Can your child answer these 10 important questions?
If ever there was a strategic move for teens to make early in their high school career, this is one of them. These 10 questions can help guide them in choices presented to them. It can save mistakes for later. These 10 "interest" questions can get them to think about their future in a way that matters.
4 Great $$ Moves for Teens with Holiday Cash (or any time really)
So grandma gave your almost grown child $$ for their birthday or holidays. Perhaps your teen earned $$ on a part time job. How can that money grow? How can they learn AND earn even more? Here are 4 fabulous money moves every parent/teen should consider.
Does Your Teen Need Holiday Spending Money? Here's How
Teens and Money. What a combo. Holidays present the perfect opportunity for them to earn money AND learn along the way. Networking. Money Management. Responsibility. The Joy of Doing Something Well. All worthy skills. Here are 5 great ways they can capitalize on the holidays to get a bit of jingle in their pocket. Hidden gem: you just might not hear "mom, can I have $20" quite so much either.
Standing Out vs. Hiding Out is Crucial: 3 methods
Does your "almost grown" child know how to stand out and why? Learning the need to "brag" and set themselves up for success sneaks up on our kids. Don't let it. Here are 3 methods to help your teen learn how to stand out, not hide out, and level up.
5 Crazy Holiday Questions
It's no secret that our "almost grown kids" still need our parent wisdom BUT we struggle with how to get their listening attention. The holidays allow us to ask fun, crazy, wacky questions while sneaking in a few teaching nuggets. In this podcast, learn 5 silly questions perfect for the asking.
Do You Make These 3 Introduction Mistakes?
"Hello, my name is . . . . " So much depends upon those first few seconds in an introduction, from making new friends to that job interview. It's crucial networking. Does your "almost grown child" know about these 3 typical introduction mistakes and how to fix them?
Bite sized parenting inspiration
I love Pam’s bite-sized parenting tips that always suggest something new but doable to help our kids grow up with a strong foundation. Bravo!