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Whether you have a high school or college student, your child probably needs a laptop. We explain the pros and cons of Chromebooks, explore the best student computers in all price ranges, and dig into which specs you need to pay attention to when choosing a laptop.
Amazon Prime Day offers can be confusing. When do they start? Do you need to have Amazon Prime in order to save? And are you actually saving money? We break it all down, including how to track deals and prices, plus the other stores that are capitalizing on Prime Day with deals of their own!
Do your kids do chores? Household chores for kids don’t just help you get things done, they also have many benefits for the kids who are doing them! Dr. Deborah Gilboa (“Ask Doctor G”) tells us how she manages this with her four kids, and how it ultimately helps her enjoy her family more.
Parents post about their kids online all the time, especially on Facebook and Instagram. But what are the long-term consequences of this for the kids? What happens when they become old enough to care?
We have an amazing guest this week on the Parenting Bytes podcast who tells us how to stop bullying. Seriously. And it’s the opposite of every anti-bullying campaign out there.
Late spring means the end of the school year—at least in the northeast! That means it’s time for school concerts, graduation ceremonies, and teacher gifts. What should you give? And should you give alone or with the class? We tackle this hot topic, plus some ridiculous stories about kids being shamed in school because they…
Do you and your spouse have an equal partnership? Studies have shown that even when a wife makes more money than her husband, she’s still responsible for most of the housework and caregiving. We interview All The Rage author Darcy Lockman to find out why.