• Youtube Parental Control With the Safe Vision App

    As my kids get older, they’re using more and more technology. The fact is, technology is a lot different now from when I was a kid. While I had Yahoo and AOL, the kids today have social media at younger and younger ages, plus they have Youtube. Some parents have chosen to keep their kids […]

  • Sick Day Survival Guide for Moms of Many

    This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc., Abreva, Emergen-C, Lipton, Robitussin and Theraflu. All opinions are mine alone. #SickDayTips #CollectiveBias I woke up and didn’t even want to open my eyes… I could just tell I was in for a rough day. My nose was stuffed, my throat was sore, and I was […]

  • Easy Homeschool Typing Tool for Busy Moms

    (Inside: Typesy Homeschool is an easy homeschool typing tool for busy moms with comprehensive typing lessons and fun homeschool typing games!) My oldest son is starting to do more and more of his homeschooling from a computer, and I LOVE it. I grew up online, so I figured my son would be just like me. We’d […]

  • One Super Simple Hack to Avoid Holiday Meltdowns

     This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #PoweringTheHolidays #CollectiveBias Christmas is a time of magic, but sometimes it’s also a time of meltdowns… I know you’ve been there… Your kids are SO excited to open the gifts under the tree, they tear open the paper […]

  • 6 Steps to Host an Autism-Friendly Christmas for Autistic Children

    (Inside: A guide for extended family to host an autism-friendly Christmas to help their autistic loved ones enjoy the family holidays with everyone else!) It’s the most wonderful time of the year! There’s lights up everywhere, people are crowding stores finding the perfect gifts for their loved ones, there’s cookies to bake, family to visit, and […]

  • How to Explain Autism to Neurotypical Kids

    (Inside: It can be hard to know how to explain autism to neurotypical kids, but it’s so important that we teach our kids about autism early! So I’m sharing all my best tips!) “Why do I have to eat my veggies when he gets to just eat crackers and chicken nuggets?” “Whyyyyy is he always […]