Summer break has officially begun and kids are ready to enjoy their freedom. But what does that mean for all you parents out there? Whether you are working parent in an office, a working parent at home, or a stay at home parent, this time of year can be incredibly stressful! What can you do to make sure your kids stay active this summer while you keep your own schedule intact? Check out these articles to find out.
Creating Routine During the Summer (Personal Dividends)
Once school is out, it can be difficult to keep kids on a routine. But keeping them on a routine maintains normalcy in their lives and eases their transition back into school in the fall, all while making your life easier. Personal Dividends offers tips on how to do this.
7 Ways to Keep Your Kids Active This Summer (She Knows Health and Wellness)
Do you dread this time of year as you try to figure out how to keep your kids active? She Knows Health and Wellness offers a holistic view on how to stay active as a family as well as tips on how different activities benefit your health.
Why I Send My Son to Summer Camp (Personal Dividends)
Are you a working parent? Whether you work in an office or at home like Personal Dividends, summer camp could be a great way to keep your kids busy while you’re busy. Bonus: camp is fun and social!
Leaving Your Child Home Alone (U.S. Department of Health & Human Services)
As your kids get older, it can be difficult to figure out when it’s the right year to let them stay home alone during the summer. The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services helps you figure this out.
Develop an Entrepreneurial Spirit in Your Child this Summer (Saving Money Today)
It’s not just important to keep your kids physically active in the summer, they also need to keep their minds active. Saving Money Today describes ways your kids can earn money on what they’re interested in and get their creative juices flowing.
Speaking of summer…it’s baseball time! The ReadyForZero team is going to a Giants game on June 27 and we have a couple of tickets that we’d like to give to Bay area ReadyForZero users who want to join us! If you’re interested, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org telling us about your experience with us.
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