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Stylish and Safe Window Treatments for Your Child’s Bedroom

This post provided by Larry. The windows in your child’s room play an important role in the comfort and attractiveness of the space. While your child’s own personal preferences should be taken into account, the primary concern of any parent is creating a safe environment for their children to play and thrive. If you’re looking for safe, kid-friendly window treatment options for your child’s bedroom, look no further. We’ve compiled a guide to window treatments that are practical, attractive and above all, safe for your growing child. You’ll also find helpful tips on making any type of window treatment safer for your child’s room. Shutters – Safe and Simple When you have ...

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Are Payday Loans Useful in a Crisis or a Really Bad Financial Move?

The following guest post is provided by Shay Quincy In the last couple of years, there has been a significant rise in the number of companies offering what are known as payday loans. These loans are a high-interest, short-term type of borrowing that is aimed at people who can’t get approved for credit cards and standard loans and who need money to tide them over until the next payday. If you are considering using a payday loan, to pay a bill or cover a cost that you can’t quite afford right now, there are some very important things you need to know. Interest rates are sky-high with payday loans. Payday loan companies charge ...

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Keeping Green When Traveling with Kids

The following guest post was provided by Isabelle Guarella. Isabelle is a British-based blogger, and you can find more of her writing at PassSmart.com. Traveling with the kids can be stressful, and being eco-friendly is probably the furthest thing from your mind when you hit the road with the littles ones in tow. There are, however, lots of simple ways to make your journey a green one. From packing lightly to dining selectively, we've got some simple tips for you to follow on your next family road trip. Tactical packing Preparation is key when it comes to a green family trip, and planning in advance will make things much easier. Think about what you're going ...

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Guest Post – Tech Initiatives for Children

Today's a landmark day here at Mommy's Busy, Go Ask Daddy. You're about to read the very first guest post on here! Oliver pitched me an article that certainly caught my attention: Getting kids into technology. I've written about my son being a keynote speaker at MIT for his programming project, as well as various homemade movies and all sorts of Lego projects both my sons have been involved with. So I'm more than pleased to offer you some thoughts from Oliver. Most of us tend to think of technology as a tool for adults.  It is expensive, fragile, and sophisticated.  It can be complicated; and we usually use it for ...

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Mother and Daughter Writing a Book to Help Tween and Teen Girls

 Over the past few months, I've really gotten to know a ton of wonderful bloggers out there. Friendly, supportive, informative, hilarious, you name it. When I heard that Brandy from Happily Blended had written an inspirational book with her daughter, I was real excited for her. As someone with a publishing background, I take a vested interest in that sort of thing so I asked Brandy if she'd like to blog about the book on Mommy's Busy... Go Ask Daddy. I didn't want her to simply promote the book (that'd be too easy), I wanted her to share her experience and reasons for writing the book in the first place. ...

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Guest Posting over at Momaroo

One of the best parts of being a blogger (other than getting to say whatever the heck I want!) is the community. I love interacting with my readers in the comments section, and love commenting on other bloggers' posts. Guest blogging is another wonderful opportunity to share yourself and your blog with others in the blogosphere. My blogging buddy Mandi offered me up a slot on Momaroo.com and I just couldn't resist. Just the name itself is enough to fill you with rainbows and bunnies, right? Then check out their logo. It's just blue, pink and bubblicious! Anyways, my post finally went live yesterday and I wrote The 8 Toughest Things About ...

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