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  • Co-Parenting and Technology: COVID-19 in Wisconsin
    Co-Parenting and Technology: COVID-19 in Wisconsin kpropsom Fri, 04/03/2020 - 14:25 United States Wisconsin   Recently, Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers released a "safe-at-home" order as a way to protect citizens from the rapidly-spreading virus, COVID-19. This order—currently in effect through April 24, 2020—has sparked questions ... read more
  • 3 tools every small business owner needs
    Starting your own business requires blood, sweat and tears – and paperwork. Lots of paperwork. Even a small business needs someone to pay bills, track expenses, send invoices, write paychecks and handle taxes. To keep costs down, some small business owners do most or all of these things themselves. But ... read more
  • Tips For Loneliness From Social Distancing And Divorce
    It might be one of the most painful emotions a person can feel: loneliness. It’s an empty, sad, depressing, scary and hopeless feeling. An unhappy marriage, a separation, or a divorce can all cause someone to feel incredibly lonely. But add social distancing, quarantining and isolation to the mix and ... read more
  • As children embrace life outside the classroom – this is an opportunity to nurture their ‘Character’
      Where does ‘character’ come from? Is it something we are born with, develop or are taught? Is it fixed and determined at birth or something that can be moulded, encouraged and nurtured? Character is the product of what we teach our kids as parents. It’s linked to our ... read more
  • Every time you think of something that you can’t do right now because of lockdown ……
                    Today make a ….. “We can’t wait to jar.” Every time you think of something that you can’t do right now because of lockdown, write it down on a piece of paper and put it in the jar. Then once this ... read more
  • It’s not ALL about Joe Wicks. Preparing Children for the Return To Their New Secondary School During Lock Down is an Opportunity not a Insurmountable Challenge
            The world of social media is awash with activities to home school kids from getting them physical with Joe Wicks, to Maths with Carol Vorderman, to Music with Myleen Klass to Science with Maddie Moate. But as we enter a new calmer phase of Lock ... read more
  • Kickass Single Mom Stimulus Grant
    I'm not sugar-coating this for you: Shit is real and it's going to get worse before it gets better.  Chances are you are either losing your mind trying to figure out how to work from home with kids around, or out of a job altogether and terrified about the future. ... read more
  • Wayne Brady Is Living With His Ex-Wife And Her Boyfriend During Coronavirus Crisis
    The Emmy winner said he and Mandie Taketa have formed a "new nuclear family" in order to co-parent their 17-year-old daughter while self-isolating. ... read more
  • The Importance Of Play
    Play is in danger of becoming a lost ‘art’ for families across the UK, as 21% of time-starved parents admit that they have forgotten how to play and struggle to engage their children in creative and imaginative activities that will help their development according to a new report. Lots ... read more
  • LawDepot review for online divorce
    Divorce is never easy, especially when kids are involved. Dissolving a marriage doesn’t have to be expensive, though, thanks to the existence of do-it-yourself/online divorce websites. Law Depot is one of the most popular online legal form companies — but can Law Depot help you with your online divorce? Yes and ... read more
  • Stress, Fear and Frustration of Parenting Time During COVID-19
    When you’re getting divorced or divorced, parenting time is something that is usually court ordered or agreed upon in mediation. In other words, the schedule that you and your ex set up is usually bound by law. But does that apply to parenting time during COVID-19?   What I’m saying ... read more
  • Siblings without the rivalry!
    Sibling rivalry has always had a bad press – think of Cain slaughtering Abel and Joseph being thrown down the well and sold by his brothers because they were jealous of his beautiful multi coloured coat! Sibling rivalry can apply to any child living in the same family, from ... read more
  • The ‘Never Enough’ Problem & How To Get Rid Of It.
    I’ve been working a with a lovely busy Mum helping her re – connect with the fun of being a Mum of two young children. Tiredness, lack of sleep, lots of worry can rob us of the joy of being a parent. She’d fallen into the rather negative spin ... read more
  • Custody Exchanges are Essential Travel Under NC Stay at Home Order
    Custody Exchanges are Essential Travel Under NC Stay at Home Order kpropsom Mon, 03/30/2020 - 08:22 United States North Carolina In North Carolina, on March 27, 2020, Governor Cooper issued a Stay at Home Order which is effective March 30, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. This Stay at Home Order ... read more
  • Tips On Getting Through The Quarantine As a Single Parent
    This article aims to provide some tips on getting through the quarantine as a single parent; juggling children’s needs while complying with the CDC and local government guidelines. As cases of COVID-19 continue to increase daily, parents are continuing to quarantine themselves and their children in hopes of preventing the ... read more