Everyday Mom's Meals: January 2012

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Family Friendly



This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of DoughMain.com for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

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Doughmain is the first and only service to combine family organization and financial education in one easy platform. Allowing modern families to stay connected and organized, it's platform can be synched with others such as Google and Outlook, to form one cohesive online family calendar.

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Want to teach your kids responsibility through chores and allowance? Their chore tracker and allowance tool can let you do just that. And both are simple and fun to use. Use their preset chores, or create your own. Set the frequency of the chore. Decide if you will reward with their Dough points (online currency) or actual money. Plus you can always check your child's progress with their mobile version.  Check out the chore chart I made for my son in about 5 minutes.


Now at the end of each week, you will know exactly what each child has done, and how much he/she has earned.

Then after the money has been earned, you can teach them even more with their financial responsibility game

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