How to Master Holiday Shopping 2013

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Guess what time it is? It's holiday time, which means it's time to shop! How will you organize your shopping this year? Facts to prepare you for your holiday shopping: 13.6 million Americans still haven’t paid off debt related to last year’s winter holidays. Do you have this issue … [Read more...]

Alternative Activities for Halloween

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Ghosts and goblins, thugs and candy thieves, and door-to-door begging -- oh my! This may not be an ideal way for your children to spend an evening, even if it is Halloween. If you’re looking for some alternative ways to spend this Halloween, we’ve come up with some ideas that will keep your … [Read more...]

Best Practices for Adopting a Dog

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October is Adopt-A-Shelter-Dog Month. Here are some steps you should consider before bringing a new four-legged friend into your life: Choose the right breed: When you are adopting, be sure to study the breed before you make a final decision. You may have an idea of your favorite dog in mind, … [Read more...]

Meet Lisa Zaslow, an organizational expert changing how we live and work

This week’s installment of eBay Classifieds ambassador profiles comes from Lisa Zaslow, an organizational expert and Founder of Gotham Organizers in New York City. Lisa is a sought-after organizational expert who helps increase productivity and reduces stress caused by organizational issues for … [Read more...]

Meet Amy Oztan, a blogger with a killer sense of humor

This week’s installment of eBay Classifieds ambassador profiles comes from Amy Oztan, blogger extraordinaire from SelfishMom.com. As you may know, these ambassadors are savvy business women that provide insights into a variety of topics including parenting, home organization, technology tools, … [Read more...]

Tackling your kid’s clutter

Starting with the baby shower, parents learn that when you have kids, the amount of stuff you accumulate continues to grow.  No matter what age your children are, their toys, clothes and homework assignments are often spread throughout your house. It doesn’t matter if you are living in a small … [Read more...]

Throwing a party for a special graduate this year?

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It’s graduation season and amongst the excitement and tears parents are gearing up to celebrate their child’s accomplishments. While many of you can’t believe your baby is graduating from kindergarten, others are getting ready to pack up their kids’ rooms as they head off to college. No … [Read more...]

Tomorrow’s Twitter Chat: Tips to Go Green this Summer

Please join us tomorrow, Tuesday May 17, for our next Twitter Chat. From 8:30 pm ET/5:30 pm PT to 9:30 pm ET/6:30 pm PT, we will be discussing how to go green this summer with Sommer Poquette of Green & Clean Mom. We’re excited to share tips on how families can be more environmentally … [Read more...]

Don’t procrastinate for the top toys of holiday 2010

Don't procrastinate finding top toys of the season

After running around town franticly looking for a little fur ball last year, you fervently vowed upon you aching feet and sore back your shopping would be completed before the first week of December this year. However, Black Friday has come and gone, life got in the way and you still have a full … [Read more...]

Keeping busy inside when it’s cold outside

Keeping busy when it's too cold to go outside

While freezing wind whistles through the trees and sleet and snow make traveling beyond the front door dicey, it is the perfect time to hunker down and enjoy the great indoors. While the prospect of keeping kids inside for any length of time may be a terrifying, detailed planning can assuage … [Read more...]