Author: Allison Plank

I'm Allison Plank, and this is my blog, Family Issues Online. As a recent divorcee and single mom to my 3-year-old, my life revolves around my daughter. I started this website to help families through their issues. I hope you enjoy the site, learn a few things or maybe teach a few :) Feel free to comment on topics that interest you, and ask some questions of your own!

Finding an Independent Living Center for a Senior Citizen

Aging is a natural part of life, and many statistics are kept to keep track of the elderly population in the United States. In some parts of the world, advanced medicine and senior care has resulted in growing populations of the elderly, with many people living longer than ….

Rent to Own Amish Structures

Amish construction and woodwork tends to be very beautiful, well made, and reliable. From Amish sheds to wooden dog kennels and Amish made chicken coops, you can count on them to stand up to the test of time. If you are on the market for a new structure ….

Donating Your Old Clothes to Red Cross

Today, textiles stands as one of the biggest industries in the entire world, and everyone around the world needs clothes to wear. Every day clothes, work uniforms, formal wear, and more are produced and consumed globally, and the United States is an especially large manufacturer and consumer of ….

The Benefits of Private School Over Public School

Immediately after the birth of your kid, you start wondering about how their education life will be. Of concern to you should be that your child’s education is not just about imparting knowledge but also about their experiences. You should be in a position to do some research ….

The Case For Urgent Care

Here in the United States, there is no denying that medical care is very much a necessity. From illness to injury to chronic conditions, we need our doctors very much. However, choosing the right place to get your medical care can sometimes prove to be tricky, and many ….

Are You Getting Ready to Reorganize Your Crafting Space?

These next nine months are going to be a challenge. The day that you left your youngest daughter on her college campus and came home to a home where you were empty nesters was different. The house seemed too quiet. There simply were not enough words for you ….