Are your teens on social media sites like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram? If they are, there's a good chance that it's caused them stress or anxiety. For something meant to connect us with others, social media seems to have the exact opposite effect on teens. According to mental health consultant Stefanie Weiss it can even make them feel isolated and lonely . Social Media and Self-Worth With many teens accessing social media on a daily basis, it's a place they are increasingly turning ... Continue Reading
Get some fresh ideas for Summer activities with kids from @SocialMoms and #GladWildlife
From picnics to parties, summer can be messy! Moms know clean up can be tough with kids running around the house. Luckily, clean up is in the bag with Glad ForceFlex Black Bag. Glad is capturing these wild moments with their new reality show, The Wild Life and giving everyone a chance to turn the mess their family creates into something great with a chance to win fabulous prizes. Head over to Facebook.com/Glad to join us in celebrating The Wild and make sure you follow @GladWildLife on ... Continue Reading
We asked our SocialMoms to share their worse holiday nightmares with us. Check out what bugs them the most and share your holiday nightmares too!
We're compiling the ultimate list of holiday nightmares. And we would love to hear your biggest holiday nightmares! The holidays can be the most wonderful time of the year with family gatherings, gift-giving and more. But, unfortunately, they can also be the most stressful time of the year. From visiting relatives to being overbooked to crowded grocery stores, the nightmares of this time of year can be endless. And exhausting. We all look forward to this time of year but we also realize ... Continue Reading
Get holiday presents with a little time and effort – through contents, Twitter parties, and more.
The holiday season is a time where children expect presents, but not everybody can afford to get their kids what they want (or deserve). I'm here to show you how to keep your out of pocket costs to a minimum so you can save that money for what’s really needed - bills, groceries, mortgage payments and more - hopefully keeping you out of the 70% of families who fall behind on bills between November 1st-December 31st. Here are some ways to get some incredible holiday presents, for little to ... Continue Reading