Can you believe it’s June already? Time flies. In only 5 days my kids will be out of school for the summer. Even with all the lists of things to do I’ve created I may be slightly panicked.
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Teens: How to Land a Summer Job
At H&R block this week I covered tips and suggestions for landing a summer job when you’re a teen. The advice I gave is a little more unique than your typical summer job advice, so I hope it will help teens land a new gig this summer. — Is Your Teen Looking For a Summer Job? Try These Tips.
Autistic Teens and Cell Phones
Mir is one of my favorite writers (and people) and tackles a topic that many parents of autistic kids wonder about with humor. —When Should I Buy My Autistic Child a Phone? on AlphaMom
Bringing the Power of Social Media and Technology to Artisans in Haiti
Leticia just returned from a trip to Haiti to teach local artisans about social media and technology. —#Bloggers4Haiti Provides Hands on Technology and Social Media Training for Artisans
Just Say No to Texting and Driving
Jendi is part of a campaign with AT&T to share the message of the “It Can Wait” campaign. It’s such an important reminder. Take a few minutes to watch her video and take the pledge. —What Is The It Can Wait Campaign?
Kids Keepsake Boxes
Molly shares her advice for creating keepsake boxes to help kids create lifelong memories without the clutter. This is definitely on my to do list this summer! —Creating Keepsake Boxes for Kids
Behind on Bills? Read this.
Over at Man vs. Debt Joan covers what to do if you’re behind on bills. Hopefully you won’t need this, but if you do there is great advice to be found here (and make sure to read the comments!) —5 Things to Do if You’re Behind on Your Bills
Popular This Week
Looks like LOTS of us are in the same boat this summer-trying to plan tons of summer fun for the kids without spending a fortune.
Share what you read (or wrote) this week in the comments!