Parents in the Boston area who want to enrich their children’s pre-kindergarten years have a plethora of choices for private education, but many of the top schools have price tags that rival some colleges. Before you assume a really good preschool is out of reach, check out the best Boston-area options for parents with a budget.
Kid-friendly venues are easy to come by, but finding the right fit for moms may prove a bit more challenging. Boston’s best places for moms to meet offer a little bit of everything, from movies to yoga body makeovers.
The greater Boston area is particularly blessed with a rich menu of choices for parents seeking to ensure that the learning doesn’t stop when their kids close their books or their laptops at the end of a school day. These are the best and most interesting after-school options the city has to offer.
Talking to your adult kid about money is a lot harder than talking to a 10-year-old about money.
Volunteering doesn’t have to be just for adults, and it’s a great opportunity for children to learn to give back to their communities at a young age. Finding the right group, the one whose values you trust and want your kids to emulate, is simple with these great area aid organizations.
According to a recent study over 50% of kids get an allowance.
A recent survey from T. Rowe Price surveyed parents, and for the first time, their kids, and revealed that kids ages 8 to 14 want to know more about money matters, particularly about saving and how to make money.
April is National Financial Literacy Month. I think we need more than a month to learn about financial principles.
Change what you think about traditional Easter events. Instead of staying at home, consider what Boston has in store. From easter egg hunts to cruises, hikes to fine dining, this city has everything you need to make this a perfect holiday.
Everyone wants to go to Heaven, but nobody wants to die to get there!