The average American moves 11.7 times throughout their lives. Families end up moving for a variety of reasons, whether it’s to change school districts, switch careers, be closer to family, or just for a change of scenery. But, looking for a new house or apartment with young children can come with unique challenges. The first […]
With the current and much-needed focus on race, it can be hard to recognize your own position of privilege. Dr. Gramma Karen turns to Jezra Kaye for some enlightening insight and eye-opening resources on race and white privilege.
The economic crisis that has come with the current pandemic is scary, but it’s also the perfect opportunity to teach your kids about savings. Here are some activities you and your little can do together to learn about money!
Mommybites stands with the black community against the systemic racial injustice this country has ignored for the past 400+ years. Here are some ways to educate your children on these matters.
Is green juice negatively affecting your thyroid? In short, the answer is: maybe. I’m not a fan of being vague, especially when it comes to your health and the health of one of the most important organs in your body: your thyroid. My ambiguity here depends on one thing – your consumption of green juice. […]
We stand in solidarity with the Black community, and education is a great way to ensure a better tomorrow. Here are some resources to start the conversation on diversity and inclusion with your child today.
Education has greatly changed during the current pandemic and most of our kids are learning from home for the foreseeable future. Here are some ways we can expect education to change in the future due to COVID-19.
Homeschool Teacher is a role many parents never thought they would play, but COVID-related school closures have many parents struggling to find the right path to educate their children at home. With countless apps, Pinterest, and schools providing a sea of choices, it can be easy for parents to feel overwhelmed and unsure where to start. Here are a few guidelines to help you find a homeschooling path that’s right for your family.