Send Us Feedback

Chores, Everyone Has To Do Them, So We Might As Well Like Them

April 23rd, 2014 - Category: Chores

  In the family photo album, there is a picture of my oldest daughter “running away”. She was about 5 years old.  She was wearing pig tails and long johns.  She was running away because she didn’t want to do her cores. She packed our red, hard sided suitcase with as many clothes as she could stuff in, grabbed her teddy bear, and was off.  But, she only made it as far as the neighbors house, since her suitcase was so heavy. As a parent, I was amused but also worried, as I watched every strained step.  When I noticed… Read the Rest

What I Learned In School

April 15th, 2014 - Category: Financial Literacy

What I learned in school
I learned a great deal in school. I learned how to spell Mississippi. I learned how to find the area of a circle using pi. I learned how to make a volcano out of baking soda and vinegar for the science fair. What I didn’t learn in school was how to save money. Read more…

Teaching Your Kids About Credit Cards

April 10th, 2014 - Category: Financial Literacy

kids and credit cards
I always get asked, “When should I start teaching my kids about credit cards?” Well, I suggest teaching your kids about money around the age of 5. And honestly, teaching them about money is the beginning of teaching them about credit and credit cards. Read more…

Are You Always Late?

February 27th, 2014 - Category: Organization

Are you always late
Does being on time seem impossible, no matter how important the event? Are you always running out the door in a frenzy? Have you ever wished you could break the pattern? Read more…

Does Your Child Have Leadership Skills?

February 21st, 2014 - Category: Teaching Kids to Work

Does your child have leadership skills
Some kids are just natural born leaders. You may think that your kid isn’t one of them. But all kids have leadership potential. And as parents, we can help develop and enhance those skills that will not only set them up to be leaders, but will also benefit the rest of their lives. Read more…

Kids In Charge Day

February 13th, 2014 - Category: Family Time

Kids In Charge Day
If your kids ever complain about “too many rules”, or suggest that they want more independence, we’ve got an idea that may just help stop the groaning. Read more…

Kids Learn Fundamentals of Leadership Through MyJobChart.com

February 3rd, 2014 - Category: Press Release

Kids learn leadership

Nearly 600,000 kids demonstrate responsibility, accountability and teamwork by completing jobs on MyJobChart.com. Read more…

MyJobChart.com Welcomes Heifer International as Premier Charity

January 30th, 2014 - Category: Press Release

It is estimated that nearly 870 million people of the 7.1 billion people in the world, or one in eight, are suffering from chronic undernourishment, and 1.3 million poor people in developing countries live on $1.25 a day or less. With MyJobChart.com, kids can experience the joy of helping these people by completing jobs and sharing money. Read more…

Kids Complete 20 Million Jobs Through MyJobChart.com

January 27th, 2014 - Category: Press Release


There has always been a silent workforce in America – our kids. MyJobChart.com has helped kids earn close to $2.5 Million while learning about work ethic and responsibility. Read more…

MyJobChart.com Partners with MANNA Worldwide to Help Needy Children

January 21st, 2014 - Category: Press Release


Through partnerships with churches, missionaries, individuals, businesses, and local governments around the world, MANNA is able to provide food, clothing, medical assistance, educational assistance, and spiritual guidance to those marginalized by society. MyJobChart.com now partners with MANNA to bring more attention and donations to projects in more than 35 countries. Read more…

Save Money by Going Green: 5 Things to Teach Your Kids

January 13th, 2014 - Category: Money


Many people associate the idea of going green with high expenses, but you don’t have to install solar panels or buy pricey organic items to live an eco-friendly lifestyle. In fact, there are simple green steps you and your kids can take each and every day to save money. Read more…

Giving Your Kids a Financial Education

January 8th, 2014 - Category: Financial Literacy

When it comes to your kids, as parents, we have many concerns. From their growth and discipline to their schooling and future, parents have lots to worry about. Hopefully, at the top of your “worry list” is their financial education. Read more…

Let Your New Years Resolution Work for You Financially

January 1st, 2014 - Category: Financial Literacy


Planning For A Financially Sound 2014 Is A Teachable Moment For Your Kids Read more…

A Year From Now, You’ll Wish You Had Started Today

January 1st, 2014 - Category: Organization

How many times in your life have you looked back and realized that x number of years ago you thought of doing something and now x number of years have passed and you didn’t do it. If only you would have hunkered down and made the sacrifice or put forth a little extra effort, you could be enjoying the benefits right now instead of feeling guilty about not doing it. Read more…

8 Tips To Raise A Confident Reader

December 19th, 2013 - Category: Kids and Reading


Building a child’s reading confidence can be quite challenging, since they’re more exposed to modern technology. However, reading is an important skill that children should learn and it helps build self-esteem. Now, to help parents develop their kids’ confidence in reading, here are eight tips for them: Read more…