The Corporate Sister is dishing out 10 questions to ask during your next parent teacher conference that can help you get the most out of your meeting.
Feeling some kind of way about the start of the new school year? Check out A Working Parent Guide for Back to School for helpful tips and tools.
Looking for Back to School articles? Check out The Cubicle Chick 2014 Back to School Guide and get the skinny on BTS crafts, shopping tips, tech, and more.
Looking for a helpful parenting hack that will ensure you never lose important school papers? Check out my easy breezy In and Out box to help organization.
Co-parenting isn’t easy, but in certain situations, it must be done. Here are Three Ways to Cooperatively Co-Parent During the School Year.
Is your tween or teen looking for ways to decorate their locker for Back to School? Check out this fab DIY Dollar Store Locker Mirror that is easy to create
Do you have a little one who is starting kindergarten? Check out Prena’s 5 Best Tips to Prepare Children and Yourself for Kindergarten. Great resources!
Working parents often get a bad rap for not being active enough in school activities. Here are 6 things you can do to stay involved during the school year.
Show your child’s teacher that you care by creating this fun Teacher Appreciation Day DIY Crayon Vase. It’s a gift that is creative yet easy to make.
TheCubicleChick.com Parenting Contributor Prerna Malik gives five important tips that will help you select the best summer camp for your child.
We’d all like to think that our children are angels. But in reality, no matter how perfect we think our kids are (or want them to be), they aren’t perfect—they are human.
Accidents and injuries often happen at school. And while there isn’t a way to totally prevent accidents from happening at school, parents can help decrease them with these 6 tips!