7 Tips to Make A Place Your Home
By: Carolina Pichardo
When I got our first apartment, it took forever for me to settle down completely. To be honest, as a young mom, I really didn't know what to do. It wasn't until I did the following that settling down to really build something of my own – with my kid – felt right.
1. Paint with colors you love. Apartments in NYC are plain
Affordable Housing Linked to Child’s Development
By: Staff Report
Does how much you spend in housing affect your child's cognitive skills? Researchers at Johns Hopkins seem to think so.
It seems like a far stretch to connect how much families spend in housing and housing costs with how well children learn, but the researchers at Johns Hopkins University have made a very strong case for it. According to Sandra J. Newman, policy studies
Everyday Gratitude: Your Humble Home
By: Staff Report
Young Urban Moms, take a moment to appreciate your home for fostering your family's love
Despite where you're going and are, you need to always appreciate and continue to build on your home.
We're not talking about actually going out and using a hammer, wood and nails (although POWER to those of you that do), but more like decorating, painting and beautifying your space.
Top Cities to Raise Your Children
By: Crystal Cook
What makes one city more desirable than another is subjective, since every Young Urban Mom has her own criteria for that perfect place she would like to call home
We want the best for our families and where we choose to live is no exception. What makes one city more desirable than another is subjective, since we all have our own criteria for that
Some House Rules Were Meant to Be Broken
By: Barb Hopkins
To bring harmony back into the home, Young Urban Moms may want to ease up, on occasion, with the house rules
Frenetic family life has become the norm for many homes. Jobs, kids, school, practices, play dates and everything in between can create chaos. Chaos can cause parents to become drill sergeants ordering the troops into line with a fierce rigidity. Although children need