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Fossil Women’s Smartwatch is Great for Every Busy Mom
I am one busy mama these days. The holidays are busy enough but when you add in having two kindergarteners learning to read (my own and another I am fostering), a 6th grader who plays basketball, and a 10th grader who not only enjoys being anywhere his friends are but who also plays both JV and Varsity basketball for school. PLUS, all four kids involved in church functions all while I am trying to operate a business…. I am always running in every direction. I have children (and a husband) who need my undivided attention most of the day. I haven’t always been very good at balancing my focus on them versus getting a little too into my phone. I would hear my phone go off, check the notification and instead of putting it back down, I would also check emails, scroll through social media, and before I knew it, I had been on my phone for 10 minutes… just to check a text! It is so easy to do. Thanks to my new Fossil – Gen 4 Venture HR Smartwatch I can keep my phone out of my hand and less distracted.
5 Things Moms Should Know Before Going Back to College
A big decision even for a teen with all the time and support in the world, college is something most mums only dare dream about. Perhaps we were unfocused, or perhaps our child came at an unexpected time in our life – whatever the reason, we didn’t finish college when we were younger. For a lot of women, this feels like a missed opportunity. But what to do now, when our life is mostly settled, when we have a child to think about at all times and a family that needs us? Surely it’s too late, right? Actually, no. Finishing college is not a selfish thing, it’s something that could both help you feel more confident and help the financial situation of your family in the long run. If you’ve been thinking about higher education, we’re here to encourage you. There are some things that you should know before making this big step, so let’s talk about them and you will see what the best decision for you might be.
This is a sponsored post with JennyLife Insurance and BraVoMark. All opinions are mine.
Small Monthly Payments to Protect Your Loved Ones
If you could put away $5 a month and a year later have $10,000 sitting in your account, you would jump on starting that account… like… NOW, right? Well, that is basically what you are doing when it comes to life insurance. You are paying a small monthly payment on premiums that have big benefits later. It won’t benefit you in particular but it will save your family from years of financial stress if and when you were to pass away.