According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a child under the age of thirteen is involved in a crash every 33 seconds. Fortunately, due to growing awareness of the importance of car seat safety and the dedication of car seat manufacturers to the highest quality and safest products possible, most of those crashes are not fatal.
We can’t control whether or not our child will be in an accident, but we can control some important factors that will increase their chances of surviving in the event of a crash: Continue reading →
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When a person becomes a parent, lots of things change. Life becomes more meaningful in so many ways…and much more complicated in so many others. Once I had kids to contend with, basic things like shopping for groceries became so much more difficult. (Ever tried to push a cart and a stroller?) I found myself spending more money on the things that I always bought, because the convenience of online shopping, as well as buying the first thing I saw that fit our needs, was well worth the premium.
Fortunately, when shopping for household essentials, technology, gifts and baby stuff, I don’t have to feel like I’m always spending more than I should. Groupon Goods has a ton of items in just about every category that you can think of. I’ve bought toys, power packs for our phones, extra iPhone cables and headphones (our kids apparently like to eat them), dog beds, playpens, sheets, pillows and even shower heads from Groupon. I’m always stunned at how well-priced the items are for the value. There are literally thousands of items to choose from at any given time, and they save me the hassle of lugging a baby gate and a baby simultaneously. Plus, it’s really fun to scroll down the lists of what’s for sale—I’ve gotten some great gift ideas from shopping around on Groupon!
Groupon Goods is definitely my go to resource when I want to get technology or home goods at a great price with no fuss. What have you bought lately?
I love my job. I’ve been teaching adult education classes for the last three years, and I feel that helping people establish their new careers while simultaneously teaching them about finance is rewarding and important work. However, since I came back from maternity leave, I’ve thought about quitting before every. single. class. Continue reading →