- Written by By Kimberly Blaker
According to a 2016 report by Sallie Mae, “Majoring in Money,” students aged 18 to 24 carried an average credit card debt of $906 in 2015. This exemplifies the point made by Nellie Mae in a 2013 report that credit card usage isn’t going to go away. The average credit card balance carried by college students just 3 years prior was only $499.
- Written by By Robyn Passante
AREA DOCTORS SAY RISING CHILDHOOD OBESITY IS A REAL CONCERN
We’ve all seen young kids, cute as buttons and pudgy as can be, snacking mindlessly on Goldfish crackers while swiping away at the family’s iPad. It’s the image of present-day childhood.
It’s also the image of an epidemic.
- Written by Kimberly Blaker
SHOW YOUR CHILD YOU LOVE THEM WITH THESE EDIBLE IDEAS
A heart a day….
Add a shaped candy to your child’s lunch box every day of the school year. Be sure to stock up during after-Valentine’s Day clearances so you don’t run out.
Heart shaped lunch
Use a large, heart shaped cookie cutter to make heart-shaped sandwiches, toast, and other treats. Your kids will love the shape and that you’ve eliminated the crust.
- Written by Amy Coyne Bredeson
In today’s world of Instagram, YouTube and video games, it can be hard to get kids interested in books.
But for some — like Margaret Zendzian — reading sparks the imagination in a way that technology doesn’t.
The 14-year-old Bluffton student has always loved reading. When she’s not playing tennis or practicing her violin, Margaret can often be found curled up with a book.