Archive for the ‘Kids’ Category

The statistics are alarming. For years, it was spoken about except in some vague general terms. If you grew up in the 60s or 70s, you could actually work your way through college. You’d graduate and maybe have a couple of thousand dollars of debt. These days, forget it. If you do go to college, […]

“There is a war out there. It’s a cultural one. People on both sides are righteous and loud.”



The Frugal Yankee tracked down Boston’s best Santa and asked him to share some of his tips to make seeing Santa an enjoyable experience and a lasting memory.

Catching up on some reading, I ran across an article asking the question, should kids be given chores? One side said, no. Kids should be kids. The other side said, yes. Chores enhance the family and teach the kids responsibility. When my brothers and I were growing up, it was back in the dark ages […]