Each and every day someone is injured on the job and according to statistics from the United States Department of Labor that number totals at least 13 deaths daily due to these injuries. That’s a figure totaling more than 4,800 fatalities a year throughout the entire country.
However, what happens when a parent isn’t killed on the job but is left with a permanent incapacity to work or carry on many of the tasks of daily living? If you or a loved one has been injured while undertaking a job-related task, on the clock that is, what recourse do you have? How will you support your minor children and continue living knowing that you can never work again? Here are a few things you might need to know. Read more
At first glance, Las Vegas may not seem like the most appealing place to take a fun family holiday with the kids. With a reputation for its vibrant nightlife and casinos and a nickname like ‘Sin City’, it’s really no surprise that the majority of parents don’t think of Las Vegas as their first choice for a family getaway. But, this all might be able to change as Las Vegas is a city that has a lot to offer for all the family. Aside from their adult-only attractions, Vegas is full of things to see and do that will keep both you and your little ones happy. Read more
We’ve seen examples of home automation in movies for decades, but an industry geared toward the masses is only now taking off. From a smart digital thermostat that can make your home a more comfortable place, to an automatic lock that doesn’t require keys, home automation is here. Read more
A penny saved is a penny earned. Save for a rainy day. A fool and his money are soon parted.
Since we were little, we probably heard these expressions and more about the value of saving money compared to spending it. While it’s fine to live frugally and spend money carefully, it’s also important to know when it’s appropriate to spend a bit more for a better quality product that will last much longer. The following examples illustrate when buying cheap does not pay off. Read more
It’s that magical time of year when the smell of newly cut grass fills the air and the evenings are enticingly mild. It’s a time for parties and picnics and pools. A time when the children are home from school all day. ALL day. Every day. For weeks. But with a little planning and preparation, the summer season can be a relaxing and enjoyable experience for the whole family. Read more
Parents who are financially savvy should never pass up an opportunity to teach their children about fiscal responsibility. One of the things you can do is to use coupons when you head to the store, so that your children can learn about the importance of saving money. It’s such an easily accessible option nowadays, as just a few clicks on a couponing site such as Discountrue.com will let you get great discounts in Target and other popular shops. Another thing is to let your kid manage their money. The idea of giving your child their own bank account can be nerve wracking for some parents, but there are a couple of simple tips that will let you determine if that’s the right decision! Read more
A majority of American parents report that it is very to somewhat difficult to find a work-life balance that allows them to spend the amount of time they want with their families, according to PewResearchCenter. Americans are busy. A recent study found that Americans average 47 hours a week at work, with 25 percent of salaried workers reporting that they logged at least 60 hours a week, states a Gallup poll. Throw in the ever-increasing commute times and there aren’t many hours left to spend with the family. Read more
Whether you’re a working mom or a stay-at-home caretaker, having a career that balances time and money isn’t some all-or-nothing endeavor. You don’t need to leave your life at home to have a job, and you don’t need to quit your job to spend more time at home. Thousands of mothers are finding new ways to build careers from their living room and making good money in the process. But more importantly, they’re doing it without sacrificing the most valuable resource: time. Read more