Guys, now that we are all quarantined, this is the time to potty train! When you hear the word potty training, what do you think first? Pee, crying, fighting, pee, and more pee? I’ll be honest, I’ve always DREADED the potty training phase. It’s just not convenient and it’s so tiring. It’s one of those things that can really be hard or can really be quite simple. As I’ve had 3 kids to potty train, I’ve found some really good tips and tricks. Each time I’ve followed this guide below and each of my kids have been potty trained in 3 days or less. That’s right, 3 days. It’s definitely not an easy 3 days and at the end I’m ready for Cafe Rio, Coke and a giant piece of cheesecake. But it’s totally worth it.
Are you looking for a new DIY project to take on during your time at home? How about making some awesome bath bombs? Not only are they easier to make than you might think, but they may just help you relax in this stressful time.
There could be hope on the horizon for many small businesses and some individuals affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Not only did the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act drastically expand unemployment eligibility and provide $1,200 stimulus checks to most Americans, it also extends help to small businesses around the country.
Well, friends. It looks to me like we are going to be here a while. By here I mean home, of course. So, what are you doing with your time? Whether you are working from home, or you are out of work right now, you can make the best of things! This is a wonderful time to bond with your family, even through the stress.
With non-essential stores around the country closing and grocery stores jam packed—despite health officials pleas for social distancing—consumers across the country are finding it more difficult to get the necessities that they need. Because of this, more and more consumers are turning to online shopping retailers like Amazon to fulfill their needs.
Earlier today, President Trump signed a $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus relief bill, known as the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act, that will provide some economic relief for Americans in the coming months. Not only will most Americans be eligible to receive a one time payment of up to $1,200, this bill also expands unemployment coverage.
Okay, how are you guys doing with the transition from public or charter school to homeschool? I’ll admit now that we are in homeschooling for the long haul, it was time for me to make a few adjustments to make it a little more awesome. Now I know every family is different and some of these won’t work for you, but I’m guessing no matter the ages of your kids, you could implement of couple of these ideas.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, several major retailers are adjusting their hours to accommodate the elderly and others at risk of coronavirus complications. This includes people over 60 as well as those with weakened immune systems and those with disabilities.
The last 2 weeks have been crazy. From trying to find balance with at home school work, electronic time and family time we need the upcoming break. But I’ve had to get creative with how we are going to spend our spring break. We’ve been doodling, baking in the kitchen and lots more during these times at home that I still want to find a way to make spring break different and memorable. So here are our ideas of how we’ll be spending spring break this year, at home!
As the globe is reeling from the devastation caused by the coronavirus pandemic, it feels like an economic meltdown is just around the corner for many Americans. Many businesses have been forced to close, leaving many employees out of work and many businesses fearing for the future. Unemployment offices are overwhelmed and working as fast as possible, but some Americans are still without an income and looking forward to some financial relief.