Children are small scientists. They explore toys on their own, interact with peers, gain new knowledge, and develop play. Physical and psychological development is achieved through simply 'enjoyable' playtime without any guidance from parents or teachers.
If you need some creative gift-giving ideas, consider finding gifts to support the health of friends and family this holiday season!
For children and young adults especially, it's difficult to anticipate how we'll handle our return to in-person school following online schooling. Many of us, without a doubt, are not prepared to return, and yet here we are. Good stress management techniques and practices can be highly beneficial in this scenario to prepare for these stressful and uncertain times.
Having health insurance during pregnancy is an important part in receiving the appropriate care. This is a time in women’s life where proper care and preventative measures are dire to the health of the mother and unborn child.
While media and friends do influence our money choices, our parents have the most profound impact on the attitudes and values we hold concerning money. This influence begins early in childhood.
The farmer’s market season is winding down but there is still time to enjoy the end-of-the-season veggies in a new way. All you need is an oven, a baking sheet, olive oil and seasonings.
October is right around the corner, and if you’ve been following this blog then you know what that means: Walktober is coming!
University of Maryland Extension agricultural agent Racheal Slattery is striving to educate the public on the importance of farm families and understanding food production by offering a virtual tour of a working dairy farm through her Day on the Farm program.
Summer and ice cream just go together. But, taking the family out for this sweet treat can be costly! How about making your own with the kids? It’s easier than you might think, makes for a fun activity, and saves money over going out. No appliances are needed.
Health insurance can be confusing. We are often asked in a short period of time to commit to a plan for an entire year. It helps to start thinking about your current plan and future needs early to be prepared to make those changes during the open enrollment window.