Category Archives: Information
Senior Resource Fair
Do you ever play favorites among your kids, or know parents who do? The impact of parental favoritism, good and bad, may run deeper than you think.
Detroit Homework Hotline Arrives for Public School Kids / via @MetroParent #motowmmommusings #detroit
The service is offered by the Detroit Public Schools Community District thanks to a grant. Here’s the scoop on the Detroit homework hotline.
Yes, I was skeptical when I saw this, but I was like hey, I’ll take one for the team and see what this is all about. I actually am impressed with just five dollars and the pretty bag.
Not as decorative as Ipsy and it has the Walmart decor on the other side, but really pretty to use as junk pocket for a purse.
Beauty Box Shipping
Are you looking for a way to save on medical bills?
Deb recently wrote in and asked: My family and I have had a recent deluge of medical bills and are expecting more in the near future. What advice do you have for paying down medical bills? -Deb
I posted this question on Facebook and got so many great responses. I compiled some of the most suggested responses into this post (if you’re interested, you can read all of the responses here):
Need Help? Call 2-1-1 (or on a cell phone 800-552-1183) United Way for Southeastern Michigan #motownmoxiemom
Spread the word!
If you or someone you know is in need of help due to this week’s dangerous cold weather, call our 2-1-1 helpline. Lines are open 24/7 to connect you with emergency shelters, utility assistance and other services.
Callers in Detroit can also get connected to free Lyft rides to shelters this week, up to $25/ride.
Call 2-1-1 or visit UnitedWaySEM.org/211 for more information.