Family time during the pandemic can be tricky. Here are some ways that grandparents can still spend the holidays with grandchildren during the pandemic.
Food can become a focal point for our celebrations, but this is also a time of year when money can be tight. Try these tips for planning a budget-conscious gathering with your family this holiday season.
If you have an addicted family member, you're not alone. Here are some considerations to help you deal with a loved one's addiction during the holidays.
Consider including non-candy items in your child's Easter basket. Your kids may enjoy items related to cooking, crafting, gardening, sports, or other activities.
Oldham County Extension events for winter 2017 (December, January, February). 4-H events, Agriculture events, and FCS events.
Try this Kentucky Proud yummy sweet potato casserole recipe at your next family gathering.
Fall 2017 Oldham County FCS events include County Challenge Walk, Dare to Care Cooking and Nutrition Classes, sewing classes, and more.
Oldham County Extension Homemakers invite you to the Autumn Colors Craft Show, sewing classes, Holiday Showcase, and more!
Trying to rescue a failed New Year's resolution? Help yourself to a healthy dose of motivation. KY Extension is launching an online Small Steps to Health and Wealth Challenge called "Kentucky 2016 Resolution Restart." This free four-week program is designed to help you improve both your health and personal finance behaviors.
Holidays tend to be stressful for everyone around. From buying presents and extra food to visiting relatives you hardly ever see, stress can come from all sides during this time of the year. You may find your child acting out more than normal. Here are some suggestions to help you and your children better navigate holiday stress.