About Kari Haas A smarter way to invest in your child’s education What if you could invest in something that earned enough profit to pay for your child’s college tuition and still kept your initial investment growing towards your own retirement? That’s the picture when you purchase a home or condo as an investment for college. There are options in every price bracket and investment models that […]
Family Less Stress During the Holidays 1 Be organized Make lists for groceries, people to shop for, cards to write, decorations to buy. Sit down with a calendar and give yourself target dates for getting things done. 2 Less is more. Simple decorations can speak volumes more than a room crowded with all kinds of knick-knacks. Choose recipes that are tried […]
Family How much is too much? Free to be a kid! Here’s a simple guide that will help you decide how much is too much for your child. Kindergarten:  1 or 2 classes per week are enough at the beginning. Once the child settles down, look for more challenging activities like a music program. Grade 1:  One or two activities per week, play dates and playground visits are […]
Family How To Get Your Kids To Eat Packed Lunches Happy first week of school! This is a great time to change the lunches. I went to my son’s school last year and was stunned by all the food kids throw away. Not only are they throwing away perfectly good food, but they are throwing away your time, too! I like to know what my […]
Family 10 Things To Do Before You Go On Vacation Invest in a light switch timer. Don’t leave your lights on at home during your entire vacation in an effort to make it look like someone is in your house. One of the best ways to keep burglars away from your home is with a light switch timer. Time the lights to turn on when […]
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