Articles on Family

5 Fun Family Friendly Games for Your Holiday Party

You have the food, you have your guests, now add the entertainment: Here are five games under $20 that kids and adults can enjoy together.

How Parents Can Use Cloud Computing to Help With Homework

Additional tutoring by parents outside of school hours is invaluable for children, and cloud computing can help parents interact with their children in entirely new ways.

Preparing for Family Emergencies with Cloud Computing

Here are some of the most practical and simple ways to get your family's vital stats stored safely online, along with tips for retrieving it quickly!

Questions and Answers on Life Insurance: Book Review and Money Saving Tips

Saving on life insurance without compromising your family’s future is doable with these tips and advice from life insurance expert Tony Steuer.

5 Reasons Why You Should Give Kids Cash for the Holidays

Don't waste your time with toys this holiday season. Skip to the good stuff, and send kids cash for Christmas.

5 Ways to Spend Less on Fido and Fluffy

While having a pet may make your life fuller, sometimes it won't make you monetarily richer. Here are five simple ways to save money on pet expenses.

10 Financial Perks of Marriage

Have you heard the stories about how finances are one of the leading causes of divorce? What are people arguing about? Being married actually has some pretty good financial perks!

Best Money Tips: Lessons From the Cat

Today, we give you lessons from Dr. Seuss, tips to save 30 minutes a day, advice to help single parents cut expenses, and a short checklist to ID real wheat and multigrain bread.

Best Money Tips: Cloth Diapering 101

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. Today, we share the basics behind cloth diapers, why coffee will be more costly, and how to "cheat" your way to a good risotto!

85 Easy, Frugal Halloween Costume Ideas

Check out our list of resources for 85 frugal and fun Halloween costume ideas for kids, adults, and even dogs!

How to Stop a Baby From Crying

When a baby is crying and nothing seems to calm her down, try to trigger the "calming reflex." Developed by a Dr. Karp, it can turn off a baby's cries in a few seconds.

4 Signs Your Kids Might Be In Danger Online

While you may think you’re sitting safe with your existing internet security software and a little “over the shoulder” guidance, there are additional things you can do to keep web

Best Money Tips: How to Pack a School Lunch Your Kids Will Eat

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. Today, we tell you the secret to getting your kids to eat ALL their brown bag lunch, how to use up leftover hot dog buns, and how t

How to Be a Superhero without Supernatural Abilities

A hero isn’t someone who wears a crimson cape. A hero is not someone who possesses super human strength. A hero is someone who consistently does amazing things over a lifetime.

A Frugal Renewal: Retying The Knot Without Untying Your Budget

Renewing wedding vows can be a satisfying and joyful occasion without added budgetary strains. Here are some tips for renewing your vows on a budget.

Going to Be a Mommy? Know Your Rights

What if you have an employer that is not committed to accommodating your choice to bear children? The good news is you have rights.

How to Survive a Recession: Notes from the Broken Dog Days of Summer

What if we changed our mindset just a little bit regarding the America of consumerism? What would it look like if we just stopped caring about making it and started living instead?

What Does Being Rich Mean to You Anyway?

How much money do you think you need to be considered rich? Is it solely just due to a number in your bank account?

Downsizing With Kids

Downsizing is happening all over the place these days. Here's some ideas to help you do more with less.

Best Money Tips: Free Ways to Teach Kids about Music

Today, we tell you how to stay within budget when teaching your child about music, why eggplant makes a killer pizza, and what you should be tipping your doorman.