Category: Family Living

What Your Family Needs to Know

I’m absolutely thrilled to introduce Habitudes, our new personal records website. Starting with What My Family Should Know and Emergency Information, our mission is to offer the most useful personal record keeping documents on the web. Some of you may remember our original website, with earlier versions of our record keepers. Due to insurmountable technical problems we shut down the site a year ago, determined to create a more user-friendly system for keeping household records. This time we think we got it right. What Makes Habitudes Personal Record Keepers Unique Of course, you could type up personal records yourself, hire an assistant at $20-$60 per hour, buy or subscribe to record keeping software or download other forms. And you can always look for other record keepers. But why waste your time? Few, if any, offer all of these advantages: Download today Easy to use with popular word processors No tricky tech to learn Customizable Printable Shareable Comprehensive Compatible with your devices Attachment friendly No subscription needed What My Family Needs to Know Keeps Vital Info in One Place What My Family Needs to Know isn’t just for the executor of your estate. Running a household, whether it’s just you or […]

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Family Games for When Stuck at Home

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When my kids were kids and I was simply a parent, not a grandparent, our favorite family games were Uno, Monopoly and a ridiculously fun game called Pig Pong. If sheltering in place finds you running out of ways to entertain the family, here are some ideas. If you have some favorite family games, please share them in the Comments section at the end of the post. Family games to play while sheltering in place Whether you’re tired of playing the same old board games,  or looking for games you can play play using items you already have in the house, see this article at Best Life Online. Most of their suggestions are for families with small children. For game ideas for all ages see HabiLinks’ Leisure and Recreation category under “Games.” Looking for the best family friendly video games? See suggestions from the discerning editors at CNET. Lost the instructions or pieces that came with your board game? Forgot the rules for Canasta or Charades? No worries. Find links to instructions and sources of replacement parts for many games at HabiLinks. Find more links you can use at HabiLinks Curated Guide The internet is full of great resources, but page […]

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