Watch The Replay! Watch the replay of the interview with Successful Black Parenting magazine’s Publisher, Janice Robinson-Celeste (host) and guest, Jatali Bellanton, the founder of the youth financial literacy organization, Kids Who Bank. Bellanton is an award-winning author and has gone to more than 137 schools promoting youth financial literacy. Students should know how to balance […]
It’s been a running joke in the Black community for as long as I can remember that parents will put the cable bill in their child’s name, usually because the parent doesn’t have credit established or has poor credit. That is identity theft, even when it’s your child’s credit you are using. What parents don’t […]
Contributed Post: Going through a breakup is hard enough without the involvement of kids. Here are some tips for keeping your kids happy when breaking up. Try to act civil in front of the kids Arguments between you and your partner should take place in private. Try to act civil in front of your kids […]
Contributed Post: With so many foods either good or bad, it’s hard to know where to turn to for good advice nowadays but one thing that has remained constant through the barrage of nutritional advice is the benefit of drinking water, lots of water. Drinking water is so good for our bodies for so many […]
Contributed Post: If the vehicle on your driveway has a little too much rust appearing, has seen better days under the hood and takes a couple of turns of the ignition to start every morning, then it might be time to consider purchasing your next family car. While you may have adored your current motor, […]
According to a 2017 report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the average cost of raising a child from birth through age 17 is $233,610. That does not include inflation. With inflation, the price tag increases to $284,570 (2015). Want to know what else that does not include, the expense of going to college? Successful […]
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