Margo Dill


Tag: Advice

Reluctant Parents At Work: 5 Reasons Why I Love To Find a Job

Everyone has their preference of job listing sites. It’s similar to dating sites or really any social media. I’ve been

5 Best Kept Secrets About Parenting

Today, I am honored to have Erica Johnson blogging for me. She is the main editor for Inner Parents and a

Gambling On Granola: An Inspiring Memoir About Being a Single Mom and Starting a Business

I am happy to tell you about a great book that WOW! Women On Writing is currently hosting as a

The Lessons Kids Won’t Learn In School But Need Teaching At Home

(contributed article) School is an essential part of a child’s life. For one thing, it teaches children the value of

Three Ways You Can Improve Your Life This Year

(contributed article) The start of the new year means endless possibilities and opportunities- the chance to reflect on the past

Make This the Year You Start Taking Care of Number One

(contributed article) Most people are incredibly concerned with looking after the people in their lives. This is an amazing thing,

Preschool Preparation: Everything a Mom Can Do

(contributed article) Every mom is secretly terrified at the thought of sending their little one off to preschool. There are

Life is All About Your Reaction and Your Tribe

Today on Facebook, I saw the quote: Life is 10 percent what happens to you, and 90 percent how you

4 Tips For Kids’ Birthday Parties (Practical Parenting)

KT turned 7 yesterday, so it has been a week of celebrating, including a kids’ birthday party. She has been

Packed Lunch Pleasers: Creating a Balanced Lunchbox

contributed article During a day at school, your child has a lot of work to do and concepts to focus