back to school
A new study by the National Retail Federation found that the average parent spends $606 on back-to-school clothes and supplies. That's an increase from last year's $549.
Many of your kids are back to school already -- and if they're not, then back-to-school is just around the corner. You know what that means: HOMEWORK!
Summer nights are winding down, so how do you get your kids to do the same?
I used to always pack my kids' lunches, secure in the idea that what I could give them was healthier than what they would get at school, and that it was saving us money, too. Wrong!
Why I'm sending my daughter to a single-sex school -- but not my son.
As the school year approaches, I like to think of easy and healthy foods to add to my kids' lunches. Here are a few must-haves on my back-to-school grocery list.